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Marlon Wayans returns in this outrageous and wickedly funny sequel as Malcolm who, after exorcising the demons of his ex, is starting fresh with his new girlfriend (Jamie Pressly) and her two children. But after moving into their dream home, he’s once again plagued by bizarre paranormal events. Co-starring Gabriel Iglesias and Cedric the Entertainer, it’s the ultimate laugh-out-loud scary comedy that critics call “over the top hilarious!” (Fernando Esquivel, Latino-Review.com)
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Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: Sloppy, vulgar, and manic, A Haunted House 2 might be worth a chuckle or two, but mostly it's a string of pop culture references and crude gags that fail to hit their intended targets.
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Common Sense Says
Dumb, unfunny, offensive horror spoof sequel.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that A Haunted House 2 is the sequel to the Marlon Wayans' horror-spoof A Haunted House. It has nonstop sexual content, including tons of crude innuendo and some nudity (female breasts and a male bottom). There are also jokes about racism and bodily functions and even a brief joke about priests and little boys. Language is very strong, with constant use of the "N" word, "f--k," and "s--t." Some horror movie imagery is shown, with blood, fighting, dead bodies, and (fake) dead animals. Drinking and drugs are also an issue, with overt, jokey scenes of smoking pot, drinking, snorting cocaine, shooting heroin, taking pills, and making meth. A young boy is present during some of these scenes. The first movie made an attempt to focus on characters and relationships, but this sequel drops all that in favor of bad jokes and bad attempts at parody. And even though it's all played for humor, there's no escaping the fact that this movie is bursting with inappropriate content.
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- Release Date:April 18, 2014
- Audio Format:5.1
- Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
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