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When an international border dispute arises between the U.S. and Canada, the Super Troopers, are called in to set up a new Highway Patrol station in the disputed area. Unconventional police work follows.
Comedy Crime Mystery - Like the first film from 2002, this is a very crude and raunchy
comedy aimed at young adults, particularly males. Fans of the
original will be pleased to find the entire main cast from the
Broken Lizard comedy troupe returns, this time joined by some
familiar faces that turn up in smaller roles.
Constant language, comic violence, raunchy sex gags, drug use, and
nudity make the film not for kids.
PROFANITY: Well over 30 F-words; over 30 S-words; 11 GD's; many others. SEX/NUDITY: Full frontal male nudity with touching of privates. VIOLENCE: Fights and shootings played for laughs. DRUGS/ALCOHOL: Drug and alcohol use. ACTION: Fights, shootouts, chases, crashes. COMEDY: Constant silly banter, wisecracks, sight gags, physical gags, often crude and sometimes raunchy.
Slant MagazineFull Review Below Average The film fires off jokes and sight gags at a rapid clip. Given the sheer amount of comic material here, some of the jokes are bound to fall flat, but the hit-to-miss ratio is depressingly low. Even at its least inspired, there's still a cheery, loose-limbed vibe to Super Troopers 2 that recalls the shaggy charm of pseudo-classic ensemble comedies like Police Academy and Major League.
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Fired for their previous shenanigans, disgraced Vermont Highway Patrol officers
(Jay Chandrasekhar ), Farva (Kevin Heffernan), Rabbit (Erik Stolhanske), Foster
(Paul Soter) and
Mac (Steve Lemme) re-unite when Captain O'Hagan (Brian Cox) and Governor Jessman
Carter) give the cops a shot at redemption. Their assignment: take over law
enforcement in a
French-Canadian town transitioning to U.S. sovereignty due to a recently
discovered screw-up in
The Quebec town's ex-hockey player mayor, Guy Le Franc (Rob Lowe), tries to
Yankee interlopers at his hockey-themed brothel, while local Canadian Mounties
(Will Sasso, Tyler
Labine, and Hayes MacArthur) prank the Americans with a little help from a
1,300-pound bear. As
they try to overcome their inability to understand the metric system, the Super
uncover a smuggling ring, take revenge on the Mounties and wreak havoc on the
good citizens of