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Trailer Park Boys II: Countdown to Liquor Day [Blu-ray]


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  • Actors: Robb Wells, John Paul Tremblay, Mike Smith, John Dunsworth, Jonathan Torrens
  • Directors: Mike Clattenburg
  • Writers: Robb Wells, John Paul Tremblay, Mike Smith, Mike Clattenburg, Timm Hannebohm
  • Producers: Barrie Dunn, Ivan Reitman
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Alliance Films
  • Release Date: Dec 22 2009
  • Run Time: 102 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002RD55PS
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #27,656 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Ricky, Julian and Bubbles are about to get out of jail, and this time, Julian vows to go straight, even open a legit business. Soon, the boys will all be rich. At least that's what they've told the parole board. But when they arrive back at the park, they find it's not the same old Sunnyvale - and it's not the same old Jim Lahey, Trailer Park Supervisor. Lahey's a new man, hasn't had a drink for two years. And he has plans - BIG PLANS - for Sunnyvale. But unfortunately for Lahey, Julian stands in his way. With his big plans for Sunnyvale going down the toilet, his relationship with Randy broken down, and having the Boys back in the park is all way too much pressure for him to bear. For Jim Lahey, the countdown to liquor day is on. Meanwhile, Julian's having problems of his own and the Boys are forced to resort to doing what they know best - breaking the law.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By LeBrain HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on Jan. 4 2010
Format: DVD
After the season 7 finale, which seemed to tie the show up in one big happy ending, it certainly was a surprise that one additional episode ("Say Goodnight To The Bad Guys") and one final movie would be tacked on to send the Trailer Park Boys out in style. While I was perfectly satisfied with the "happy" ending provided in season 7, I suppose that this is the TPB, and there's no such thing as happy endings for Ricky and Julian.

It is two years since the events of "Say Goodnight..." and the Boys are about to get out of jail. Bubbles is bailed first and returns to Sunnyvale trailer park to find the place in a state of abandonment. His cats are gone, the kittie door to his shed has been mysteriously boarded up, and Phil & Jacob Collins are hightailing it out of there. What happened?

Lahey, sober as a judge, came into some money and invested in a new park called Lahey's Luxury Estates. However, now Julian is back, and he wants to turn his old trailer into a legit business, a garage, employing old friends Ricky, Bubbles, J-Roc and T. He just needs to commit some crimes for some start-up money. And Lahey needs that trailer. The sewage for the new park is going to go right through where it stands....

This setup is all that is needed to bring Lahey back to the liquor, send Randy into a tailspin, and bring Ricky and Julian loads of trouble that they did not ask for, but are going to get anyway.

Highlights of this movie, for me, included:
1. Cameos by Brian Vollmer of Helix (presumably as himself, who the boys seem to recognize from their previous encounter) and Alex Lifeson in drag as an undercover cop.
2. Bubbles' mission to rescue his cats with new friend Jenny.
3. J-Roc, whose career in the rap game takes a surprising turn.
4.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By LeBrain HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on July 21 2010
Format: Blu-ray
After the season 7 finale, which seemed to tie the show up in one big happy ending, it certainly was a surprise that one additional episode ("Say Goodnight To The Bad Guys") and one final movie would be tacked on to send the Trailer Park Boys out in style. While I was perfectly satisfied with the "happy" ending provided in season 7, I suppose that this is the TPB, and there's no such thing as happy endings for Ricky and Julian.

It is two years since the events of "Say Goodnight..." and the Boys are about to get out of jail. Bubbles is bailed first and returns to Sunnyvale trailer park to find the place in a state of abandonment. His cats are gone, the kittie door to his shed has been mysteriously boarded up, and Phil & Jacob Collins are hightailing it out of there. What happened?

Lahey, sober as a judge, came into some money and invested in a new park called Lahey's Luxury Estates. However, now Julian is back, and he wants to turn his old trailer into a legit business, a garage, employing old friends Ricky, Bubbles, J-Roc and T. He just needs to commit some crimes for some start-up money. And Lahey needs that trailer. The sewage for the new park is going to go right through where it stands....

This setup is all that is needed to bring Lahey back to the liquor, send Randy into a tailspin, and bring Ricky and Julian loads of trouble that they did not ask for, but are going to get anyway.

Highlights of this movie, for me, included:
1. Cameos by Brian Vollmer of Helix (presumably as himself, who the boys seem to recognize from their previous encounter) and Alex Lifeson in drag as an undercover cop.
2. Bubbles' mission to rescue his cats with new friend Jenny.
3. J-Roc, whose career in the rap game takes a surprising turn.
4.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mom23Boys on Dec 31 2009
Format: DVD
While it is bitter sweet to say goodbye to our favourite trailer park residents; "Countdown To Liquor Day" does just that in grand, Trailer Park Boys style. Well written, funny and just d@mn good; "Countdown" does not let the true TPB fan down. Not only was this a fantastic movie, with good writing, acting and cinematography; the story stayed true to what makes Trailer Park Boys great. This was not a high priced Hollywood-esque version of our beloved Sunnyvale Trailer Park residents; it was just Trailer Park Boys at its best. The extras on this disk are fantastic; including the charming, funny and dead-on commentary by 3 fans of the show that I have the privilege of knowing through the greatest Trailer Park Boys fansite in cyberspace. ([...]) I enjoyed some of the edited scenes so much that I wish they could have been included in the movie!
No one can call themselves a true fan without adding this movie to their TPB collection. So for now, I raise my glass and wish the boys the best of luck with their new series coming out this fall and for continuing success for ALL the talented, warm and funny cast of "Trailer Park Boys". Thank you for the laughs; all of you! Now in the words of Cyrus; f' off, I've got work to do.
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I am a big fan. I loved it. I like that I can order it from Canadian Amazon before it is available in the US. Weird...but whatever.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By C. Moreno on April 28 2010
Format: DVD
if you already have all 7 seasons, xmas special, 1st movie this will compliment your collection just fine. If you're an old school TPB fan like me (2003 1st year watched in Toronto, Canada) you have to have everything these guys release, its pure gold, and the stuff of cult classic legend. all that aside, this movie is actually really well done. I think Clattenburg (director) has learned from his past mistake (1st hollywood movie) and made this movie more for the true fans. We get to see bubbles love life (something never done on the reg seasons) and fresh new scenarios/situations that havent been done over and over. I felt the 1st major movie they did was SO cliche, i could barely finish it. and i felt bad for all the people that didnt get to see the show from its humble beginnings to be introduced to Sunnyvale by way of that hollywood style movie. But dont get me wrong this movie has the time tested trailer park boys plot: lahey is "sober" at first, but by movies end, ends up even worse than before. The boys have to come up with crazy schemes to keep lahey at bay, and randy's character really takes a whole personality of its own. From watching randys first appearance in s1e1, its hard to believe how far he has come as an actor, and this movie really shows that character development in ALL of the characters, which is probably why it feels so refreshing. anyway, i digress, buy this movie and support some of the finest independent filmmaking/comedy in Canada! and do yourself a favor and order seasons 1 and 2 and watch those first to truly see what i mean.
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