Super Troopers 2 Review: Familiar, But Still Fun

After 16 years and a wildly successful Indiegogo campaign, Broken Lizard has brought their iconic Super Troopers back for more shenanigans. Living up to the cult status the original has attained was never going to be easy, but Super Troopers 2 does succeed at standing alongside the first film, though it relies a little too much on your good will towards it.

Super Troopers 2 picks up with Vermont’s finest down on their luck, having all been fired from the Spurbury Police Department after a celebrity ride-along gone wrong. Luckily for them, their old friend Governor Jessman (Lynda Carter) has a geopolitical crisis that needs solving: a recent reassessment of the U.S./Canada border has concluded that the town of St. Georges Du Laurent, Quebec is actually on American soil. The governor needs to phase out and replace the Mountie unit keeping peace in the town, so who better to enlist the help of than a group of guys famous for antagonizing the citizenry?

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