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Plot: Fueled by cheap whiskey, greed and hatred, Willie teams up once again with his angry little sidekick, Marcus, to knock off a Chicago charity on Christmas Eve. Runtime: 92 mins Release Date: 23 Nov 2016
"Bad Santa 2" is the best X-mas movie of 2016! (by biteyoass1979)
At first I was skeptical since this was a sequel. Then I watched it and said to myself: Holy s***! They pulled it off. Billy Bob Thornton, Tony Cox, Brett Kelly and Kathy Bates were on their A-game in this one. Couldn't ask for a better X-mas movie this year. There were certain parts in this movie that had me laughing so hard that I was making f***in' dolphin noises at one point. Hopefully, they won't take as long to make another sequel. I've noticed that some people were posting negative reviews about the amount of vulgarity, or some other political bulls*** that didn't <more>
have a f***in' thing to do with the movie itself. What the hell did these boring a**holes expect, a f***in' Disney movie? Family entertainment this is not. But then again, I'm sure anyone who liked/loved this movie couldn't wait to get away from all the annoying f***in' families while shopping for x-mas gifts this year. Anyway, the bottom-line is that "Bad Santa 2" was f***in' awesome! Go see it as soon as possible.
If you thought "Bad Santa" 2003 was a hoot, you'll holler at "Bad Santa 2." Like its vulgar, politically-incorrect predecessor, this rude, crude, lowest common denominator, gross-out sequel scrapes the bottom of the toilet for bowel humor that may make you gag. Oscar-winning Billy Bob Thornton of "Sling Blade" reprises his role as lascivious, blasphemous, alcoholic, safecracker Willy Soke, who masquerades as Santa Claus and listens to children's gift requests on his lap. Nevertheless, despite its contrived, often predictable, by-the-numbers <more>
monkeyshines, "Bad Santa 2" is an audaciously sidesplitting saga, with corrosive dialogue that may either incinerate your soul or prompt you to laugh with such vigor that you will cough at the same time. After a thirteen-year hiatus, not only has Thornton shown up for the sequel, but also teensy Tony Cox and chubby Brent Kelly have also returned respectively as Marcus and Thurman. Lest we forget, Oscar-winner Octavia Spencer of "The Help" appears briefly again as Opal the prostitute from the original. The latest character to wade into this cesspool of hilarity is Willy's low-class, repugnant mother. Kathy Bates never stops surprising us as Sunny Soke, a sleazy, silver-tongued, ex-con wreathed with biker tattoos who wants to steal thousands of dollars. Sadly, Sunny has grown so decrepit she cannot control her Parkinson's and requires somebody with steady fingers to crack a safe. Bates could easily have stolen "Bad Santa 2" with her outlandish portrayal. Instead, Brent Kelly steals the show as simple-minded moron Thurman Merman who keeps on obliviously weathering Willy's vile torrents of profanity about his shortcomings. Miraculously, Kelly maintains a look of deadpan stupefaction throughout these rants that would have reduced a less disciplined actor to ripples of belly laughter. Indeed, "Mean Girls" director Mark Waters and freshman scenarist Johnny Rosenthal with "Whip It" writer Shauna Cross spurn good taste repeatedly."Bad Santa 2" opens with Willy Billy Bob Thornton of "Fargo" admitting that his life has been a travesty. He never succeeds for one reason or another with his suicide attempts. He is dangling from a ceiling lighting fixture when Thurman, the grown-up kid from the original movie Brett Kelly of "Unaccompanied Minors" , strolls into his apartment and cannot fathom what Willy is doing. Eventually, Willy abandons all efforts to hang himself, chiefly after Thurman empties a bag of money onto his table. As it turns out Willy's treacherous, accomplice from the first film, the vertically-challenged Marcus Skidmore Tony Cox of "Beetlejuice" , has invited Willy to join him at a local restaurant so they can discuss business. Of course, Willy doesn't trust Markus because the latter tried to murder him in the original. Marcus hasn't been out of prison long, and he needs the money. He explains that Willy's mom has a plan to rob a high-profile, Chicago-headquartered charity that will bulge their pockets with loot. Eventually, Willy meets his estranged mother, Sunny Kathy Bates of "Misery" , again. She briefs him about the heist. You'd think any reunion between mother and son would be a joyous, sentimental occasion, but it is far from it. Willy has no fond memories of his mom. We learn during one of their conversations that Willy took a fall for her at age eleven and did time for Sunny's crime. She confirms in her own words what an unfit mom she was. Sunny cherishes the memory of Willy's birth: "Hell, I didn't even know I'd given birth until I'd tripped over him."Willy sidesteps old animosities and pitches in with them to rip off the children's charity. As it turns out, a well-to-do married couple who are for all practical purposes estranged conduct the charity. The charity resembles the Salvation Army. Diane Hastings Christina Hendricks of "Drive" and her husband Regent Ryan Hansen of "G.I. Joe: Retaliation" make it easy to contribute to the cause. You can text your donation to it! What Diane doesn't realize is Regent is cheating on her with another employee. Initially, Willy is not pleased that he must don a Santa Claus suit and solicit donations on the street. At one point, he clashes with another Santa who claims that Willy has stolen his spot. The two tangle on the curb, and Willy lands in jail. Diane has the police release him and she allows Willy to keep his Santa gig if he will accompany her to an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting. Reluctantly, for the sake of Sunny and Marcus, Willy follows her, and the two become sexually involved with each other. Meantime, Willy doesn't entirely trust his murderous, old nemesis Marcus. Remember, Marcus tried to kill Willy in the original "Bad Santa." Sunny convinces Willy to let bygones be bygones. If things weren't tense enough for Willy, he discovers that Thurman has embarked on a journey to search for and surprise him. Now, Willy must contend with this clueless klutz who wants nothing more than to make him sandwiches. He arranges for Thurman to lose his virginity to Olivia. Before she can accommodate him, Thurman flees in abject terror.Basically, "Bad Santa 2" regurgitates the same essential plot of the original, but it delivers greater volumes of profanity and sexuality than the former. The F-word is used 180 times here rather than 130 in the original. Meaning, the raunchy "Bad Santa 2" lives up to its R-rating "for crude sexual content and language throughout, and some graphic nudity." Waters and his two writers have exercised such an extreme lack of good taste that "Bad Santa 2" qualifies as a guilty pleasure. Incidentally, the filmmakers do refrain from depicting murder this time around. You may cringe in retrospect that you sank to such shallow depths of the sake of rib tickling glee. Some of Sunny's lines will keep you to cackling. If you indulge in this nonsense, your demented soul will crave the prank in the end credits. Unlike any other movies showing now, "Bad Santa 2" may provide you with some desperate relief from all the Yuletide cheer.
Bad Santa 2 rocks! Don't believe the haters, this movie rules! (by dworldeater)
I have been a huge fan of the first film and the sequel did not let me down. Bad Santa 2 may lack the originality of the first installment, but makes up for it by doubling down in the naughty department. I thought that this serviced the material well and Bad Santa 2 pulls no punches in its nihilism, in a film filled with debauchery, filth and a viper's nest of criminal activity. This and the first film are a great antithesis to corny holiday fluff that is dominant in the Christmas season. Billy Bob Thorton and company are outstanding here in this balls out black comedy that is brutally <more>
hilarious and a breath of fresh air to create balance in the film universe that is dominated this time of year by lame, wholesome til' you puke family entertainment. I have found a special place in my black heart for these films and when it is released on bluray I will celebrate the holiday cheer of both Bad Santa movies all year round.
A Barrel of laughs up until the kid shows up. (by Eddie_weinbauer)
I laughed so hard the first hour, I nearly started crying. The banter back and forth between the 3 of them is really funny. The heavy drinking gets a bit over the top in some scenes, I know it's sort of a trademark for the movies main character,but I felt they used it in lack of story development.Katy bates is excellent as Billy Bobs jail bird mum.Mean and nasty,and cussing like a sailor. The midget does his job to perfection by often being the butt end of all the midget jokes they can come up with.Yet he gives as good as he gets,without coming up for air.Now the kid, on the other <more>
hand...He should've been left back in Vegas. OR wherever it is they start out from. He ruins the dynamic in the trio. He was okay in the beginning,since he was billy's link to the first movie. But when they continue to use his meaningless character onward in the story,it drops a good couple of notches. He just ain't funny.Rather very annoying since he break the dynamic. So I shave off a point for that,and give the movie 9 stars.I feel the relationship between the head of security and his boss, could have been done better,it left a lot of room for funny situations that wasn't exploited
Definitely missing Bernie Mac and John Ritter (by XweAponX)
But it's almost as funny as the first one, this sequel has the same quirky characters the first one had, parodies of real people types, sometimes believable. That's why I enjoy these so much. Especially Mike Starr as "Pedo Santa".Thurman Murman returns, exactly the same as he was before, except now 21. Kathy Bates joins Willie Soke and Marcus Skidmore to do "One Last Job". But as the details unfold, we see it's a job that Willie is not too comfortable with, even with his low standards.But it's a showcase for all kinds of new inanity. And although not near <more>
as great as the original, there are still some very good Billy Bob moments, as he fornicates, drinks and stumbles through one more Christmas. His final revenge on Marcus is classic.Of course, the outcome of the "Job" was too predictable, but to have any other outcome would not have been realistic, at least for Willie and Marcus. It's a 3-way "cock-up" this time.
I never ever tried to write movie review but for this movie I made exception.As for me it was hilarious the jokes the acting all original.people have to judge the movie by the current age and content standard we are watching over the cinema or TV.Now days its very difficult to find such a movie where you will laugh like a kid. If you want to watch this movie watch it like a dumb kid not like a rocket scientist.Don't behave like over smart ass critics looking into so much deep for something which isn't there and then blame it on the movie.This movie is for fun for few good laughs not <more>
intent to win The Oscar.Like a meal at the food truck as compare to fine five star restaurant.So for me I will rate the movie 8 out of 10 .Have fun guys.
A Hilarious Sequel to the Classic Original (by vengeance20)
Heard about this being in development in 2012 with the possibility of a 2013 release date. Though I forgot about it as it seemed to take longer then after word of it again being in development still & cast being added I was excited, especially not long afterwards a release date for the 23rd of November came up with a trailer, by then I was ecstatic!! Loved the original & still will so this was great news!Well after seeing the film tonight, I can safely say it was an hilarious sequel to the 2004 original, though not as good some ways or more than a few, it was really funny & had in <more>
some places!The cast was great the female actresses were hot AF!! along with Billy Bob Thornton who was great as always as Wullie along with Brett Kelly as Thurman & Marcus who surprisingly returns in this film also!The film had some great laughs in it! Lots of raunchy scenes in it also! It was filled with sarcastic moments & lots of one liners! There was a good barrel of laughs as the film went on! The story was great also! It didn't disappoint.Though I did find the ending to a bit fast & could've been extended longer, along with the classic feeling & originality not being there. Furthermore like with all sequels the story-line ending from the first changed to the second with the absence of Wullies GF who leaves him after he gets evicted, I also found the ending to the first to be satisfying & all the things that were mention in the ending didn't add up to well with the sequel, perhaps things change I don't know... it was a slight disappointment.The film was overall really funny, though not as good as the '04 classic it was a really funny & great film! You'll not be disappointed! 8/10
As good as the first not for the easily offended (by michaelvargas-04037)
I was 10 years old when the first one came out and enjoyed it very much. I was ecstatic when Bad Santa 2 was announced, at the same time i was kinda skeptical based on the previews. I thought it was going to be lots of cheesy trying too hard to be funny kinda jokes. OH MAN I WAS WRONG. If you were a fan of the first one you'll definitely will enjoy this one. By far one of the funniest movies of the year worth every penny. Lots of dark humor, and remember people its a comedy, go to laugh! not for the story line. At first i was also skeptical having Thurman Merman in the sequel, I just <more>
thought having a weird creepy oblivious person is funny and cute as a kid but as an adult would've been cheesy. Again i was wrong he was even more hilarious in this movie.