The Hangover



A group of friends head out to Las Vegas for a bachelor party, it’s Doug (Justin Bartha), the groom, his friends Phil (Bradley Cooper), Stu (Ed Helms), and soon-to-be brother-in-law Alan (Zach Galifianakis). They set of by car, the brides father, who seem to know a lot about what can happen in Vegas, let them borrow is car, a vintage Mercedes convertible. Doug promise to take good care of the car and that he’ll be the only one driving it.

They arrive as planned and checks in at Caesar’s Palace, upgrading to a luxury villa. They get all dressed up and goes up on the roof. Up there they have a couple shots, and promise each others that whatever happens, they’ll not remember it and definitely not talk about it when they get back home. They have no idea how well they’ll be able to keep that promise.

The next morning they wake up, remembering nothing. They are in their villa, which is rather trashed. They find a chicken wandering about in the hallway, there’s a tiger in the bathroom and a baby in a closet. They have no idea how those came to be in the villa. What’s even worse is that Doug is missing.

They start investigating what really happened, by following the small memory and clues they got. Phil got a bracelet from a hospital, Stu is missing a tooth and find an ATM receipt for $800 in his pocket.

Slowly they discover the path they had taken the night before, one thing worse then the other. When they get their car from the parking, the valet returns with a police car instead of the Mercedes they expected.

Apparently they stole a police car at some point.

They get tangled into a lot of mishaps in the pursuit of what really did happen, and the search for Doug. Slowly the story unfolds. They trick Tracy (Sasha Barrese), the bride to be, that they have gotten a complimentary night at the hotel and are gonna stay one more night, and arrive in good time for the wedding, all relaxed. The day for the wedding comes, Tracy is getting more nervous for every minute as they are late, really late.

It’s a hilarious movie, you keep wondering “How many things can go bad in one day?”. The answer is, a lot of things.

I would recommend this movie if you want a good laugh.

Last edited March 20th, 2019 by Anna

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