Zoolander 2


Action / Adventure / Comedy / Mystery / Romance

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Nazanin Boniadi as 'Old and Lame' Show Attendee #10
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Susan Sarandon as Susan Sarandon
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Christina Hendricks as Seductress
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752.56 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 41 min
P/S 1 / 7
1.55 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 41 min
P/S 1 / 10

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by neil-4767 / 10

Well, I enjoyed it

Someone is killing off the world's premiere celebrities, and they are all dying on camera complete with the celebrated Blue Steel pout made famous by male supermodel Derek Zoolander 20 years ago. The trouble is that Zoolander has not been seen since he became a hermit crab following the terrible accident which led to the death of his wife and his son being taken into care, so Valentina from Interpol's Fashion Police division has to contact him first. Fortunately, a mysterious package brings him out of hiding: not only Zoolander, but also his once-colleague and friend Hansel...

The amazingly dim Zoolander and the slightly less dim Hansel finally get a sequel 15 years later. It has a plot which is every bit as daft as the movie as a whole – this is one of the silliest movies I have seen for quite some time. It is also very funny, frequently laugh-out-loud funny. And it is filled with cameos, ranging from fairly extensive appearances which have strong bearings on what happens in the film, to blink and you'll miss 'em appearances on a computer monitor.

Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson and Will Ferrell reprise their sillinesses from last time, and it is a pleasure to see Penelope Cruz being every bit as silly, and fully prepared to make herself look daft. I wasn't prepared to see some very big names from the fashion world (not that I know much about it, but I do read the papers) taking part in sending themselves up fairly mercilessly.

I enjoyed this greatly.

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle3 / 10

Is Bieber the high point?

In Rome, Justin Bieber is a super agent and assassins hunt him down. Fashion police's Valentina Valencia (Penélope Cruz) is investigating and only Derek Zoolander (Ben Stiller) can help. Derek had become a recluse since his wife Matilda was killed by his poorly constructed reading center and his son Derek Jr. taken by social service. The world has forgotten Derek and Hansel McDonald (Owen Wilson). They return and are ridiculed. They track down Derek Jr. who is now fat although he may hold the key to whole world.

Bieber's bit is funny. It's always great fun to shoot him excessively. He plays up the joke. The movie starts off well and then it overwhelms the audience with an information dump. The avalanche of ridiculous ideas rarely work. Little Fred Armisen is creepy. It's mostly crazy without being funny. That's not to say sometimes it doesn't get so ridiculous that it becomes stupid fun. I laughed at the commercial and the first meeting with fat Derek Jr. These random sparse laughs do not make up for the constant comedy fails.

Reviewed by Prismark102 / 10

Unfunny face

Fifteen years after the original comes this unfunny sequel with plot and jokes written on the back of a cigarette packet.

The opening is promising enough with Justin Bieber as a series of pop singers have suddenly died with a certain look in their face. The look is associated with Derek Zoolander (Ben Stiller.)

In the meantime Derek has hit rock bottom when a building he designed collapsed killing his wife, he has lost his son to the authorities and hit rock bottom. However he is reunited with his old rival Hansel McDonald (Owen Wilson) also facially scarred in the building collapse and they are sent on a mission by the Interpol Fashion Police led by Valentina Valencia (Penélope Cruz) to find out who is killing these celebrities and why do they have one of Zoolander's signature look.

There are plenty of celebrity cameos, some fun poked at the fashion industry and Derek wanting to get his son back. The plot is a pot pourri of different story strands meshed together but it is never coherent. There is nothing really funny going on, it is absurd but the jokes consistently miss the mark.

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