Two days before his wedding, Doug (Justin Bartha) drives to Las Vegas with his best buddies Phil and Stu (Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms) and his future brother-in-law Alan (Zach Galifianakis), for a blow-out bachelor party they vow they'll never forget.
But when the three groomsmen wake up the next morning with pounding headaches, they can't remember a thing. Their luxury hotel suite is beyond trashed and the groom is nowhere to be found.
With no clue about what happened and little time to spare, the trio must attempt to retrace their bad decisions from the night before in order to figure out where things went wrong in the hopes of finding Doug and getting him back to L.A. in time for his wedding.
But the more they begin to uncover, the more they realize just how much trouble they're really in.
Not my kind of a movie. Kinda funny in parts but it was a specific type of humour. So you either loved it or hated it.
I'll already seen this movie twice and still laugh when I think about it. Well written, cautionary tale about everyone's worst nightmare. Set in Las Vegas is worth points, but it's the crafted, situational absurdity. Perfected cast - best movie baby, ever! And, all is explained but the chicken.
Oh man, I've seen this film four times and I've yet to get sick of it. It's a story refreshing in its simplicity: three buddies have to piece together the events of the night before in order to locate thier missing fourth buddy. I think my favorite element in this film are the things that remain a mystery even after the film has ended, like how did Phil get concussed? How did the chair get burnt? Why is there a chicken in the room? I like to assume that they procured the chicken to feed to the tiger, but I guess we'll never know. This movie is a really admirable debut for Zack Galifianakis, who's got some sort of hilarious Ralph Wiggum-esque deadpaness going on. I also especially liked Stu t