The Hangover stars comedians Zack Galifianakis, Bradley Cooper, Justin Bartha, Ed Helms, and Jeffrey Tambor. The story starts off with a couple of friends who actually join their friend's bachelor party before the wedding which happens pretty soon before the wedding. In the next morning, they discover that they are actually full of a complete hangover, causing them to not remember a single thing. The hangover then causes them to end up forgetting where the main groom went since he can't be found, so they decide to set out to find out where he is. The story showcases how the main friends actually try to find the bachelor after being drunk during the bachelor party.
The story continues on with the guys looking in places that are completely random. They try to search for their engaged friend to bring him back in time just before the wedding. Since the film is set in Las Vegas, they go all around the entire Vegas to try and find out what happened to their friend who is about to get married. As the story progresses, the movie showcases how the characters find their way to find their lost friend and bring him back home. The film is definitely interesting and something many people have said that they were able to relate to.
The Hangover is not a film for the kids. If you have children, it is not a good film to watch. The movie showcases plenty of adult related situations and events that children don't need to learn about. There are definitely scenes that are somewhat acceptable to enjoy, but it is not a film for the young kids to view. The film, however, was critically acclaimed and very well respected by a wide array of people in the movie industry. In fact, the film has grossed more than $467 million.
The movie is very well respected and has been considered as one of the best comedies in the entire industry, considering that the actors weren't exactly the world's most famous at the time. The story is more focused on the adults, so young children should not watch this movie. The Hangover is one of the biggest movies that has now received a part two and an upcoming part three for 2013 which is going to be the last of the film franchise. The Hangover is a film that all adults should enjoy when the kids aren't around.
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Haven’t had enough of your favorite alcohol-swilling, self-Rohypnolinglone Wolf packers yet? Are you sure? Well, they’re doing it anyway. “The Hangover: Part III” is currently in the works, and there’s nothing you can do to stop it. Warner Bros. recently released their new promo image for the film, featuring, shockingly enough, a lone wolf. Now, don’t get me wrong. I loved “The Hangover.” Great movie. Funny. Smart premise. But then, piggy-backing on the movie’s success came along “The Hangover: Part II,” whose tagline should have read “It’s really just ‘The Hangover,’ in Thailand!” Audiences, lured by the promise of more misadventures of the part of the accident-prone group, went, and though maybe we got a few laughs out of our ten bucks, we were largely disappointed.
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