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Van Wilder 2: The Rise of Taj Review - "Why?" | thisisjapan.asia
Ryan Reynolds may well be the next Jim Carrey, at least that is his hope if his new film Van Wilder takes off. In the film, Reynolds is the self-titled Wilder who might be starting his seventh year at Coolidge College, but graduation is the furthest thing from his mind. What begins as a clash of wills, however, soon leads to unexpected romance as Van and Gwen both realize they have a lot to learn from each other. In LA to promote the film, Ryan talks comedy and tomfoolery.
Looking back on a raunchy comedy released in from our current perspective in is a bit of a daunting task for anyone. For example, the American Pie films are in a similar vein of comedy, and despite many of their jokes becoming outdated over the years, the films are redeemed by their self-awareness and the occasional moments of genuine humanity between a father and a son. That is why the American Pie franchise holds a special place in my heart, my guilty pleasure films.
I went to the screening of National Lampoon's Van Wilder 2: The Rise of Taj to see if it lived up to the hype of being the worst comedy of the year. MGM surprised many by releasing this film in the first place, but they must have seen something in it that I didn't. As I expected, it was a cheesy, predictable, already-seen-before and quite boring Indian-spiced comedy that doesn't appeal to any audience. Taj tries to join the Fox and Hounds society to follow in his father's "legendary" footsteps.