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OnTheFlix Reviews ‘The Hangover’ Movie

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Alright I just got back from seeing the new “The Hangover” movie,and let me just say that it was definitely no let down. A brief synopsis of the film is that four guys, Phil Wenneck,Stu Price,Alan Garner, and Doug Billings take a trip to Las Vegas to have a bachelor party for the groom to be, Doug Billings. But an accidental spiking of their drinks apparently leads to one overly crazy night that they can’t remember the next day. Unfortunately for them, the repercussions are the same as they wake up to a torn up hotel sweet,chickens,a growling tiger,and a baby in the closet. Oh, and one other thing. They can’t find Doug who is to be married the next day.

They take one hilarious adventure through the town of Las Vegas in an attempt to retrace their steps in hopes of finding their lost groom. They face a lot of trouble along the way, that they are completely responsible for, but have no clue as to what they did. The eventually figure the whole thing out,but not without some extreme and funny tribulations. One of which includes a punch in the face from Mike Tyson who plays himself in the movie. He was apparently pissed about his tiger being stolen.

Bradley Cooper plays Phil, Ed Helms plays Stu,Zach Galifianakis plays Alan,and Justin Bartha plays Doug. They were all extremely hilarious in the film. Their on air chemistry was great. And I really like that Bradley Cooper guy. I’ve seen him in a couple of films here lately,and he always seems to play the real smooth character. Ed Helms played the uptight engaged dentist guy type. Zach was the borderline retard character,and Justin was of course Doug the “I’m in love fiance” character type with a little bit of “Funny” in him. It was a great film.

Grade : A +

Movie : The Hangover
Release Date : June 5,2009
Studio : Warner Bros. Pictures
Cast : Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis, Heather Graham, Justin Bartha, Jeffrey Tambor

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