Tarryn-tino’s review published on Letterboxd:
While it's not quite as good as it's predecessor, it still holds a certain charm that I can't help but enjoy.
Always good to see some of the same cast members back, with a few fresh faces added to the mix to spice things up.
Some very lol-worthy cameos throughout the film. Portia de Rossi gave me the biggest laugh, I had completely forgotten she was in this.
Overall, the simplicity of the first one is what makes it so great and rewatchable and part 2 just goes a little bit OTT making it lose some of its cool.