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Most disturbing scenes in the movie.


What did you think were some of the most disturbing scenes in the movie (and yes I also mean disturbingly hilarious as well)?

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Well, when I saw this at the theater, I was a little disturbed by the shemales.

All I need is one mic...

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Tyson singing................

Its that man again!!

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Definitely Tyson singing. You can tell everyone was too scared to tell him he sucked.

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The monkey smoking - special effect or not it wasn't necessary, really (and yes I know it's been brought up before on this thread)

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Tyson singing is more disturbing than all the trans strippers and smoking monkeys in the world.

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A donut with owl pellet on it is still a donut. Just eat aounnd and remember most people on the world aren't eating any kind of donut right now.

She was hot except for the part that really really really wasn't.

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The only disturbing scene for me was Mike Tyson. I imagine he has been hugely forgiven Stateside because he was a boxing hero, but to a non-American he's an ear-biting thug who possibly raped some one. That was a bit perplexing, it would be like casting Rolf Harris to be on Doctor Who.



Ya Kirk-loving Spocksucker!

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@raf-33 YOU should keep your mouth shut you disgusting racist!

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The only disturbing moment in the movie for me was when Phil woke up and found Teddy's severed finger in a bucket of ice or whatever it was.

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Teddy losing his finger. That would suck in general but being an award winning cellist and now his whole future could be compromised?

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The ending, where everyone laughs off the severed finger and Stu's infidelity and abhorrent behaviour.

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Wow, that is judgmental...

What's your problem?

What behavior?

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I was really disturbed by the scene where Alan is imagining/remembering/whatever them as kids. I am really put off by children drinking, snorting coke and doing grown up stuff.

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I actually thought that scene was very creative writing and storytelling. They went into Alan's mind and showed his perception of the world and why he's so off-kilter socially. He sees the "wolfpack" as his own private adolescent clique and thus acts within that context in general. I get what you're saying, but I don't think they were condoning teenage mayhem, just showing where Alan's head is at in his own world. Pretty clever to me,for a mostly frat-style comedy.

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But still hilarious right?

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For me there is only one disturbing scene in the movie.

When there tell Teddy off hand that they gave his finger away.

I mean, that goes against the whole point of the movie: that everything seems increasingly hopeless but yet it's all OK in the end.

But not this time. He must live the rest of his life with one less finger. And he was going to be a surgeon.

That really haunted me.

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Yeah, that really bugged me as well. It's not like Stu losing a tooth in the first film, because he can always get a partial and/or implant, this is something that is permanent, and will affect Teddy for the rest of his life. Yes, very disturbing!

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