Cinescape Magazine is a look at film, tv, comics, video games, and 70's, 80's and 90's nostalgia from the perspective of two normal average joe's that just love movies, in whatever form they come in.
Joe's Take- It's only been seventeen years since we last saw our wacky boys passing the time in their boring state of Vermont. Well now there's a little extra Vermont added in and the local Canadians aren't too happy about, eh. Their mountie division is being broken up and they have to accept that they're all now American citizens. Luckily Farva and company know how to handle high pressure situations. So mount up and get ready for more liters of cola, shenanigans, and mustache rides, okay meow!
My Prediction- This is long overdue and much welcome. These Broken Lizard bastards love to make us laugh, and I have no doubt that they'll do their damnedest to make that happen. I don't expect perfection from these guys, but I do expect Super Troopers 2 to not be a Piece Of Shit. Just in case I'm wrong, I'll take comfort in the fact that they can try to make it up again to us in a couple of decades from now.
Mike's Take -
Let's see, Broken Lizard has their podcast and live show, has done several movies like Beerfest, Club Dread and of course the original Super Troopers. There is a story going around that the only reason Jay Chandrasekhar became the director of the first movie is through a coin flip. Since then he's gone on to direct a bunch of popular episodes of Community, Psych, Arrested Development and even did the film Baby Makers.
But we're here to talk about Super Troopers 2.
It's like the first film, and it will end the same way as the first film and it will be just as funny or funnier than the first film because consistency is their name. Well, Broken Lizard is their name...
Not A Piece Of Shit.
Super Troopers 2 (2018)
R | Comedy, Crime, Mystery | 20 April 2018 (USA)
When a border dispute arises between the U.S. and Canada, the Super Troopers are tasked with establishing a Highway Patrol station in the disputed area.
Director: Jay Chandrasekhar
Writers: Jay Chandrasekhar, Kevin Heffernan
Stars: Lynda Carter, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Rob Lowe