Sequel to popular 1994 lowbrow comedy has a one-track mind and a ‘warped sense of humor.’
The only bright spot is Rob Riggle, who plays twin would-be assassins. The laughs all have scenes with him in it. Unfortunately, there are three actors ahead of Riggle, and the negatives far outweigh the positives. It's just not something you'd want your teen-aged boy to watch and there's nothing nostalgic about it to appeal to the teen-aged boy trapped in a middle-aged man's body. Do yourself a favor, rent the original, and try to forget this was ever produced.