Van Wilder 2: The Rise of Taj

Synopsis: Having graduated in the US as Van Wilder disciple, now self-confident Taj Mahal. arrives as 'don' (teaching assistant) history at England's super-prestigious Cambridge. He falls victim to the haughty, aristocratic leading fraternity's president Pip's usual prank for 'commoners', landing in the derelict 'barn' with other 'social outcasts'. But Taj decides to band the rejects into a new fraternity, Cocks & Bulls, which under his leadership challenges Pip's in the annual all-round excellence championship.
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Director(s): Mort Nathan
Production: MGM
  1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
97 min

The legendary Van Wilder

was my mentor.

He enabled me to become the king of cool

at Coolidge College.

Thanks to his many insightful life lessons,

like, " Two's company,

"and three is only good

if there's no class the next day. "

l'm now going to England to take the path

of another great man, my father,

and continue my academic studies

at Camford University.

After pursuing my degree in history,

I'II go ahead

After pursuing my degree in history,

I'II go ahead

and get a minor in major muff-munching.

You're not Iistening to anything

I'm saying, are you?

Not a word,

Mr. Minor-in-Major-Muff-Munching.

-FLIGHT ATTENDANT: Chicken or fish?

-Yes, I'II have the chicken, pIease.

Enjoy your meaI.

-Thank you very much.

-You're weIcome.

AII right.

FLIGHT ATTENDANT: Chicken or fish?


-Excuse me.


Is that Madame Mandira's Homemade

Bombay Hot Sauce?

No way, you know it?

Habanero and cayenne peppers mixed

with Iime juice, vinegar, onions and saIt.

From the great CaIcutta SaIt Lake?

WouId you Iike some?

Sorry. I'm so cIumsy.


Sorry. I have this thing for spices.

(STAMMERING) You have ''a thing''?


You want some of this, don't you,

you dirty IittIe whore?


Come and get it.


Don't stop.

Don't stop.

Don't stop.


-I said, ''Don't stop.''

-Okay, okay.

Not stopping.

Oh, yeah? Yeah?

You Iike hot sauce on your kebabs, cookie?

Oh, that's hot. Oh, that's hot.

Oh, that's actuaIIy...



SmeII that, BaIzac?

That is the aroma of higher education.

The aroma of young minds

absorbing knowIedge. The aromas...


The aroma of that, too.

Let us make haste, my friend,

to the fraternaI house

where my famiIy name became Iegend.

Come on.



''May driving on the wrong side

of the road,

''Iead you down the right path.

''Write that down. Van.''

WeII, weII, weII. What do we have here?



Taj MahaI



It's even more magnificent

than I imagined it.

Isn't that right, BaIzac?


Oh, sh*t! BaIzac, that's no way

to make a first impression.

Lick it up.

-WeIcome to the house of Fox and Hounds.

-WeIcome to the house of Fox and Hounds.

Good afternoon.

Pip Everett, EarI of Grey. How do you do?

I do very weII, thank you.

SpIendid. How may we heIp you?

My name is Taj MahaI BadaIandabad,

your newest and proudest member.

Fantastic. Fantastic.

-Come and meet the guys.


-Come and meet the guys.


This is incredibIe.

The oIdest and finest fraternaI guiId

in aII of EngIand.

You know, I've been dreaming of this day

since I was a boy.


-Thank you.

Since my father, DiIip,

who was known by his feIIow Hounds

as the Womb Broom BadaIandabad,


wouId teII me stories about his time here

during the swinging '60s.


Quiet. Quiet, quiet, pIease.

Now, it has been enjoyabIe

shagging aII of you groovy chicks.

But the further spreading

of my baby gravy

wiII have to wait.


Good show. Good show.

And we're equaIIy excited

to have you as one of our members.


Ladies, perhaps you couId show

Sir Womb Broom the Second

to his new room.

-Our pIeasure.

-Our pIeasure.

Thank you, Iadies.

You know,

something about you reminds me of you.


Mr. BadaIandabad?


-Might I see your acceptance Ietter?


Thank you.

UsuaIIy put them

in the scrapbook or something?

No. Not usuaIIy.

-Oh, dear.

-What's wrong?

This is very awkward.

There seems to have been

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