The Kings of Mykonos
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Steve 'The Wog Boy' Karamitsis inherits a beach on the resort island of Mykonos from an uncle he's never met.
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 30%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Old wogs enter a new world in this spirited ethnic romp."
‑ Matthew Pejkovic, Matt's Movie Reviews
"It's colourful and light but the only really solid performance is by Alex Dimitriades who is actually stoic in this mayhem."
‑ Margaret Pomeranz, At the Movies (Australia)
"Like The Godfather Part II, the second Wog Boy film is even better than the first. This would not be hard."
‑ Paul Byrnes, Sydney Morning Herald
"Rather than delving into the issues presented by a clash of cultures, this film diverges into frivolous romantic comedy territory but still offers plenty of laughs"
‑ Alicia Malone, FILMINK (Australia)
"The film's timing is off and with jokes this old, you can't afford to miss a beat."
‑ Jason Di Rosso, MovieTime, ABC Radio National
"Although Wog Boy 2's plot is flimsy and the jokes are cheesier than a feta pastizzi, the execution is much, much slicker than the previous effort."
‑ Fiona Williams,
"A messy comedy, Wog Boy 2 pitches itself at a demographic that, incredibly, it also alienates with cultural insensitivities and stupidity."
‑ Patrick Kolan, IGN Movies AU
"I think the screenplay starts off well. I think the opening scenes in Melbourne are really quite funny and they promise something more than you actually get. But once the film gets to Mykonos, it goes for the most obvious targets."
‑ David Stratton, At the Movies (Australia)
"In this latest extension of the Wog Boy franchise, 10 years after the first film, the scenery is inviting and Alex Dimitriades makes an excellent villain, but the comedy, though amiable, often falls flat."
‑ Philippa Hawker, The Age (Australia)
"Fully sick -- only if you are a Wog Boy fan. Yes, we do blame you."
‑ Ben McEachen, Empire Magazine Australasia
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