Full Movie Reviews
Daniel Corleone - wrote on 06/24/2013
"Four of us wolves, running around the desert together, in Las Vegas, looking for strippers and cocaine. So tonight, I make a toast!" Surprisingly, this movie from a real event has a simple premise yet very entertaining results about a group of friends adventure before marriage. This reviewer recalls having some laugh out loud moments throughout the film which mixes mystery and comedy. Doug Billings, and his best friends Phil Wenneck (Bradley Cooper), Stu Price (Ed Helms), and Tracy's brother and Doug's future brother-in-law Alan (Zach Galifianakis) travel to Las Vegas. The soundtrack was jumpy and hilarious on its own. The artists though some outlandish, were convincing especially Cooper and the scene stealer of the movie, Galifinakis. Screenplay was one of its main strengths with …
mdtinney - wrote on 05/31/2010
Unless you're some smug, pretentious, uptight anti-social person that people don't like to hang out with you're gonna love this flick. It's hilarious. Off hand the "group of guys going to Vegas for a bachelor party" doesn't sound enticing or something that could make for a great movie since it's an epic retread in cinema but director Todd Phillips takes the idea and runs with it. The movie, unlike most, doesn't center around the bachelor party but the next day as the guys try and trace their way through the night and figure out what exactly happened the night before in a drunken haze. The flick plays like a whimsical, drug induced detective story. They chase leads, confront many colorful characters, and find themselves in and out of trouble while trying to piece together the pieces of …
Nick - wrote on 03/15/2010
The Hangover is the funniest movie in the world. Everything that happens in this movie is funny. Bradley Cooper was terrific he played his part very well. But Honestly I think Zack Galfinakis stole the show. He is one of the funniest guys I've ever seen on film. I rank him with Seth Rogen, Paul Rudd and Jason Segel. He keeps playing roles like this he will go down as one the funniest actors ever. Ed Helms played a pretty funny part in this movie as well. Mike Epps had a cameo that was funny as hell. The Chinese guy from Role Models and Knocked Up was very funny. If your down for a good night and want to laugh and have a good time watch The Hangover you will not be let down. Funniest Movie Ever. Props to Todd Phillips also director of Old School keep them coming. If you ever had a crazy …
MovieGuy878 - wrote on 01/10/2010
"The Hangover" is satisfying comedy that has plently of laughs. It mixes its winning and diverse humor with clever storyline for the comedy genre. This keeps everything fresh and never dull. Bradley Cooper, Wes Helms, and Zach Galfanakis have good chemistry and do good jobs but Zach Galfanakis steals most of the laughs in the movie. Wes Helms shows he can be funny on other things like The Office. Bradley Cooper is by far the weakest of the 3 but he still has his tiny moments. One not to forget is the hysterical performance by Ken Jeong as a gay crime boss. Think of the The Hangover as mix "Three Men and a Baby", "Memento", and "Bachelor Party".
Todd Phillips shows he can do funny movies but this may be his best one. On par with his past effort, "Old School". He also shows he's a …
GeminiSixty6 - wrote on 07/12/2009
I keep asking myself one question over and over again about The Hangover. What is the one memorable moment that is going to make it stand out as a really good comedy flick? Well, for me it’s absolutely nothing. The day after I watched the film a friend of mine asked me what I ended up seeing the night before. I had to think hard on the answer, because I couldn’t for the life of me remember what I saw. I had a movie hangover, and not one of a good kind.
Doug (Justin Bartha) and Tracy (Sasha Barrese) are about to get married. Two days before the wedding, Doug and his two best buddies Phil (Bradley Cooper) and Stu (Ed Helms), along with Tracy’s brother Alan (Zach Galifanakis) hop into Tracy’s father’s beloved Mercedes convertible for a 24-hour stag party to Las Vegas. …
LeopardExplosion - wrote on 07/10/2009
Absolutely hilarious. I don't know when it was, the last time I laughed so hard in a theatre. Most recently, I haven't seen one decent sequel in theatres lately since Judd Apatow's "Knocked Up". The Hangover I find to be even better, and one of the best films of 2009.
Doug is about to be married, and before he ties the knot his buddies bring him on a roadtrip to vegas to celebrate a bachelor party he'll never forget. Might not even remember. After a wild night in 'Sin City' the men discover they've lost the groom, and have little time to find him and get him to L.A in time for his wedding.
With such ridiculous antics, crude scenes and moments, The Hangover has a reason for all of them which makes the movie ok to laugh your ass off at. Todd Phillips strikes again with an A+ comedy, …