What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that, in attempting to surpass the original film, this R-rated comedy sequel is even cruder and more explicit than the first installment (i.e. full-frontal shots of pre-operative transgender characters). This time around, the three main characters wake up in Bangkok with no memory of what transpired the previous night, only to learn that their evening included drug deals, a severed finger, plenty of drugs and drinking, and a surprising encounter with strippers. All of this is punctuated with non-stop swearing, including tons of F-bombs.
- Families can talk about the film's excessive depiction of wild partying. Is the film condoning or glorifying this kind of behavior?
- Talk about the ritual of the bachelor party -- is it a chance for real bonding or simple immature excess?
- What do you think about the characters’ loyalty to each other? Does the Wolfpack stick together?