Van Wilder Deux: The Rise of Taj

Theatrical Release: December 1, 2006
Van Wilder Deux: The Rise of Taj
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Synopsis

In this sequel to “National Lampoon’s Van Wilder,” Taj, Van Wilder’s assistant in the first film, heads out on his own to England’s prestigious Camden University to further his studies. Along the way, he adopts a group of misfits and shows the uptight student body how to get Wilder!

Dove Review

This film is geared toward young adults in their late teens and early twenties-young adults who, if they see this film, will be exposed to sex outside of marraige, nudity, drinking and smoking, and a ton of filthy language. There are no consequences for actions in this film, other than a snooty young man losing his girlfriend to the main male lead, and the same snooty man steals some upcoming college tests and plants them in his enemies’ home, but faces the consequences later on.

With a ton of objectionable content, this film cannot be approved by Dove.

Content Description

Sex: Sex outside of marraige between a few couples, including implied oral sex in a few scenes-one in an elevator; explicit sexual talk and a lot of innuendo.
Language: C-1; A-5; F-1 (heard in a song); H-6; B-8; S-1 (during closing credits); PO-3; G/OMG-8; D-2; Jesus, Mary and Joseph reference in a vain way.
Violence: Some punching and fighting; a duel turns into a bit of a fight; and a war game is acted out with paintball.
Drugs: Smoking and heavy drinking including a drinking contest; and one scene which occured quickly that might have had a character smoking marijuana.
Nudity: Bare breasts. rear male nudity, lots of cleavage and men barechested and in underwear.
Other: Disrespect to authority in a few scenes and some gross humor; the use of the middle finger.

Info

Company: MGM/UA
Writer: David Drew Gallagher and Brent Goldberg
Director: Mort Nathan
Producer: Peter Abrams
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 95 min.
Industry Rating: R
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter