Four guys drive to Las Vegas for a bachelor party, and the bulk of the film deals with three of the friends Ed HelmsBradley Cooperand Zach Galifianakis trying to remember the events of the previous night while trying to track down the fourth — the groom — using clues they have on their person. And Mike Tyson himself is involved. Hilarity Ensues.
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At once raucously free-wheeling and meticulously contrived, pic satisfies as a boys-gone-wild laff riot that also clicks as a seriocomic beat-the-clock detective story. Reviews and word-of-mouth could help this profanely funny comedy exceed expectations and achieve the status of breakout hit. Homevid biz should be equally impressive after a leggy summertime theatrical run.
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Sign in. See the list. Stu's plan for a subdued pre-wedding brunch, however, goes seriously awry.
The dark corner the second film took begins turning even harder from scene one. Full scenes go by without attempts at a laugh. What started out as fun has turned deep, dark and depressing…kind of like a bachelor party.
The immaturity of ostensibly grown-up American men is an inexhaustible subject, or at least one that has yet to exhaust American movie audiences and the well-paid guys who cater to their entertainment needs. This is partly thanks to the three principal actors, Bradley CooperEd Helms and Zach Galifianakis, who incarnate familiar masculine stereotypes in ways that manage to be moderately fresh as well as soothingly familiar. Helms is the anxious, nerdy dude — a dentist only because making him an accountant would deprive the film of a choice tooth-extraction gag — who lives in cowering terror of his bossy, judgmental girlfriend Rachel Harris.
With the highly anticipated The Hangover Part II hitting theaters this Thursday, Vulture caught up with Ken to talk Thailand bike tours, professional loyalty, and weathering hardships. Chow has a larger role in the sequel. Did you know that would be the case?
A Star is Born has got nothing on the celebrity origin story of Ken Jeong. As a young doctor in Los Angeles, the Korean-American actor did stand-up on his nights off, dreaming of a career in entertainment. Chow, a foul-mouthed, thrill-seeking gangster with a propensity for full-frontal nudity, was the central character. Meanwhile, Jeong has become a ubiquitous presence on TV and film, from his cameo in Avengers: Endgame to judging the reality competition The Masked Singer.