6 years after the show ended, the Trailer Park Boys are back! Recently out of jail and completely broke, Julian has a plan to get outrageously rich. But when the government's plan to legalize marijuana threatens Ricky and his dope business he goes to Ottawa to take action against the bill in the best way he knows how. While Bubbles goes to find the inheritance left for him by his long-lost parents and shows why friends stick together.
I’m a big fan of the franchise and when I heard about this film I was pumped but worried. From the start to finish I had a smile on my face.
The story is a classic trailer park boy’s story mixed with a hell of a road trip and the story doesn’t lighten up. The story flows at such a steady pace it made the hour and 35 minutes feel like nothing and made me want to watch it again right away.
Almost the whole cast from the show is back, everyone gets a bit of screen time and makes you laugh it was like they never left. Robb wells a.k.a. Ricky is more outrageous and funny than ever. John Paul Tremblay a.k.a. Julian feels greasier and plays the character funnier this time around. Mike Smith a.k.a. Bubbles is the same loveable character and from start to finish he kept me laughing. John Dunsworth a.k.a. Mr. Jim Lahey after 7 seasons, a Christmas special, 2 movies and a made for TV movie, this time Mr. Lahey is more ridiculous and believe it or not, he tops himself with his reckless behavior that made me want more. And let’s not forget Pat Roach a.k.a. Randy, he always has been the side kick and level headed side to Mr. Lahey but I felt that he did stand out half way through the film which wasn’t his fault it’s just the way the story goes
This movie is a hell of a road trip movie, with a steady and fast story pace, awesome jokes, physical gags and one liners with the original amazing cast. If you’re a fan of the trailer park boys you know what to expect, so go have a good time. Also this is one of my must see of 2014. Cheers and remember life won’t suck as long as there is a good movie to watch.
Edited by Samantha Locke