Parents' Guide to

Good Burger 2

By Jennifer Green, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Silly sequel has crude language, cartoonish violence.

Movie NR 2023 90 minutes
Good Burger: Burger explosion.

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Community Reviews

age 7+

Based on 3 parent reviews

age 6+

Cheesy but really funny movie.

Pretty funny movie with some violence, although it's played for laughs. People are hit by cars and fall from high places. Moderate but only occasional swearing includes "hell", "punk ass", and "jackass." Some parts are overly corny but overall it's an entertaining movie to watch with your kids or family.
age 10+

Very funny family movie and glad to see Keenan and Kel together; a few cringy moments but overall good movie

About 10 minutes into the movie Ed blows a blue horn to wake up the delivery lady (older lady) and when he blows the horn to wake her up she yells jacka$$. Close to this scene when Ed continues to introduce the good burger crew to Dex he mentions that a girl wasn’t wearing make up because her boyfriend dumped her. Those first two scenes were in the first 10-15 minutes of the movie and although most of the movie is very family friendly and funny, there are a small handful of scenes that made us cringe.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say: (3 ):
Kids say: Not yet rated

If you can look past some of the sillier antics and annoying voices, this film has a good heart and conveys some decent messages about friendship and integrity. Good Burger 2 revives the 1997 original, and its fans will surely be excited to see its eccentric characters back for more, all these years later. Mitchell, Thompson, Howery, and Bell are all comical in their over-the-top roles, though Mitchell's Ed is funnier if viewed as single-minded rather than just simple (or even intellectually challenged). Be prepared for plenty of fart and pee jokes, self-referential gags, a slew of cameos, and a cartoonish plot complete with an evil mastermind and goons. Also be ready for some heartening messages about the meaning of true friendship.

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