Four guys head off to a bachelor party in vegas. The next morning three of them wake up in a completely trashed hotel suite, with the groom missing, and no memory of the night's events. Nothing but hangovers and a pile of clues including a baby, a chicken, and a full grown tiger. Most of the rest of the film involves them retracing their steps as they try to find the groom in time.
It's not done with as much over the top grossness masquerading as humor as expected I from ads. Which for me is a good thing. And every once in a while there'd be a joke I truly wasn't expecting. For example (roughly remembered):
- isn't counting cards illegal?Sounds stupid a day later, but last night I laughed. I think I'll stand by my "dumb but mostly funny" review. Glad I went, and easy to see why it seems to be an audience success.
- Not illegal, more frowned upon, like masturbating on an airplane.
- I think that's illegal too?
- well maybe after 9/11... (mutters something about Bin :aden ruining everything)