T2: Trainspotting

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Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

After 20 years abroad, Mark Renton returns to Scotland and reunites with his old friends Sick Boy, Spud, and Begbie.

Cast

  • Ewan McGregor
  • Logan Gillies
  • Ben Skelton
  • Aiden Haggarty
  • Daniel Smith
  • Elijah Wolf
  • Robert Carlyle
  • Steven Robertson
  • Ewen Bremner
  • John Kazek

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Verified Review
#violent
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#mustseebro
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a true love story to the first film ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

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#thewayasequelshouldbe

It's not the first movie, expecting it to be "as good as the first" will disappont you, however, this film is great in its own right and it's a great sequel to a great movie.

TG
Trevor G

Metacritic

50
Mar 15, 2017

This derivative sequel might please devoted fans looking for a quick fix of nostalgia, but with nothing new to say, it seems not even Boyle and his cast are sure why T2 Trainspotting exists.

Metacritic review by E. Oliver Whitney
E. Oliver Whitney
ScreenCrush
70
Jan 19, 2017

The tonal shift in the sequel compared to the original means that, although there are plenty of moments of savage humour, the highs are just not quite so high any more. Thereโ€™s a melancholy maturity, however, which is satisfying in its own way.

Wendy Ide
Screen Daily
50
Jan 19, 2017

A missed opportunity on multiple levels, T2 is stylistically an overwrought rehash which relies heavily on over-caffeinated camerawork and flashy effects (cinematographer Anthony Dod Mantle's trademark gritty flair is overwhelmed by a flurry of Dutch angles and freeze-frames) to distract us from its essential paucity of raison d'etre.

Metacritic review by Neil Young
Neil Young
The Hollywood Reporter