After being underwhelmed by "Anchorman 2" and downright disgusted by the belated sequels to "Joe Dirt" and "Zoolander," I'm happy (maybe not proud) to admit that I laughed longer and louder at "Super Troopers 2." The long-awaited, crowdfunded follow-up to the comedy by the underrated Broken Lizard ensemble sustains its dated feel by capitalizing on the great chemistry and wit that run amok in this pleasant surprise.
If you weren't a fan of "Super Troopers," you needn't bother with this one, since it recycles much of the plot of the first film and the joke execution is still hit-or-miss. But, also like the first film, if you can roll with the goofiness, you're going to have a good deal of fun. It may not move the series in any new directions, but it knows what its strengths are and plays them up.