It was true love for Ron and Medlinda, in fact it was only a few months and they are already engaged, but it seems Melinda's brother doesn't like the idea of another male figure in the family so he has plans to set-up Ron up for the fall at his bachelor party.
We know this cannot compare to the original with Tom Hanks so let's get over it and just take this sequel for what it is. The film is more a remake than a sequel, maybe a way to reach out to the crop of young people that happened to have missed the original film. Either way if you like like your comedies with parties,booze and half-naked women well this one should be the right movie for you. The plot is predictable but we already knew that before even watching the movie, after-all your going to be too busy seeing what happens next to worry about a story. The best thing about the film I thought was it's cast,Josh Cooke was very charming and showed some nice comic talent and Sara Foster was also good as Melinda, both had some chemistry together in the limited amount of time they spent on screen together that is. The highlight had to be Harland Williams who plays Derek, one of Ron's friends. This man is hilarious and he steals many of the scenes that he is in. You could be hard on this film if you wanted to but hey it's not like you didn't know what you was getting yourself into before inserting the DVD into the player. Bachelor Party 2 is a raunchy comedy in the tradition of "American Pie", and yes it does have it's funny moments and yes there's a bunch of hot women in the film as well running around topless so what more can you ask for. If you like this sort of comedy I recommend you picking this title up as you are sure to be entertained. The DVD comes with the Bonus Features:
cast / director commentary, gag reel, behind-the-scenes featurette
over 30 minutes of deleted / alternate scenes and more
Bachelor Party 2: The Last Temptation DVD will be available in both an R-Rated version plus an outrageous Unrated Edition featuring more sexy, uncensored footage
Released by 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment. *** Out Of *****