The ‘perfect’ lives of the four New York friends are still proving troublesome, so when they’re offered a luxury holiday in Abu Dhabi, they jump at the chance. But as their relationships continue to falter in a foreign land, their dream holiday may prove more of an adventure outing.
This feels bigger and more cinematic than the first film, and sees a progression in the lives of the characters. But many of the jokes are beyond broad, and the Middle Eastern stereotypes are shockingly cack-handed.
Reviewed by William Thomas
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