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- 1 hr 45 min
In the 1984 film Bachelor Party, Tom Hanks plays Rick Gassko, a fun-loving guy who is about to get married to his lovely fiancÃ©e Debbie (Tawny Kitaen). However, before they tie the knot, Rick's friends decide to throw him a wild and crazy bachelor party that quickly spirals out of control. The movie begins with Rick and his buddies discussing the upcoming nuptials, but also lamenting the fact that their friend is settling down and won't be able to have fun anymore. They decide to throw him a bachelor party that will be the stuff of legends, and immediately start planning.
As the planning continues, things get crazier and crazier. They start by booking a hotel room and setting up a wet t-shirt contest, but things quickly escalate when a trio of strippers show up to do their thing. Rick tries to convince his fiancÃ©e that he won't cheat on her, but it's clear that the temptation is real.
Meanwhile, Debbie is having her own problems. She's getting hit on by her ex-boyfriend Cole (Robert Prescott), who is determined to win her back. Debbie tries to resist his advances, but he keeps showing up at her workplace and trying to convince her to call off the wedding.
Back at the bachelor party, things continue to spiral out of control. The guys start doing shots and smoking pot, and even end up accidentally setting the hotel room on fire. They also get into a brawl with a group of Japanese businessmen, who are not too pleased with the noise and chaos.
Throughout all of this, Rick is trying desperately to be faithful to Debbie, but the temptations keep coming. One of the strippers shows up at his hotel room and tries to seduce him, and later on he ends up in a hot tub with another woman. However, despite all of this, Rick eventually comes to his senses and realizes that he truly loves Debbie and doesn't want to mess things up.
By the end of the movie, Rick and Debbie have made up and are ready to tie the knot. The bachelor party may have been wild and crazy, but it ultimately brought Rick and Debbie closer together and reinforced their love.
Overall, Bachelor Party is a hilarious and raunchy comedy that showcases Tom Hanks' comedic chops. It's not a movie for everyone, as it features plenty of sex, nudity, and crude humor, but for those who can handle it, it's a rollicking good time. The movie also features great performances by Tawny Kitaen and Adrian Zmed, as well as a memorable turn by Robert Prescott as Debbie's sleazy ex-boyfriend.
Bachelor Party is a 1984 comedy with a runtime of 1 hour and 45 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.3 and a MetaScore of 56.