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Bachelor Party Vegas

3.2 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews

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Kal Penn (Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle, Van Wilder), Donald Faison (Remember the Titans) and Jonathan Bennett (Mean Girls) star in this outrageous comedy about a group of guys who send their best friend into uncharted territory...marriage. But in order to properly bid farewell to their best friend's life as a single man, they must send him out in style -- with an extravagant bachelor party in Sin City. Limousines, paint ball, strippers, sex toys, alcohol, debauchery and gambling are on the program...until they discover that Mr. Kidd, their Bachelor Party Planner, is a bank robber planning to heist the casino setting off a chain of events that turns their night into living hell. Running away from the police, the casino security, and murderous Hell's Angels, the five friends are falsely accused of robbing a casino, stalked by a porn star's prize-fighter boyfriend, mugged by a female Elvis impersonator, arrested, thrown in jail, and survive many other misadventures, until finally,

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  • Actors: Jonathan Bennett, Kal Penn, Donald Faison, Vincent Pastore, Lin Shaye
  • Directors: Eric Bernt
  • Producers: Trent Othick
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, French
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 encoding (US and Canada only)
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  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: April 25, 2006
  • Run Time: 95 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000ELL1PS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #134,103 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Bachelor Party Vegas" on IMDb

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At a price of over [...] hard earned dollars this movie should be considered illegal. The plot is simple...a group of college guys travel to Vegas to throw a bachelor party for one of their friends. "Has Kal Penn and that guy from Scrubbs and some dude I think I remember from Mean Girls (if you saw it)....so it should be cool right?"...WRONG!! In this movie there is every cliche you can imagine...blow up dolls, fat women, gay dudes, etc, etc, etc. However, the jokes are pulled off so poorly that it really just makes you annoyed instead of making you laugh-and this is coming from someone who grew up watching Beavis and Butthead and loves teen comedies. I can't stress enough that this movie is just NOT funny. In terms of special features.. well there are none. This movie is as much a waste of money as any other straight to DVD release (such as Edison Force) that has a red sticker stating "New Feature Film" or something of that sort. The bottom line is this...AVOID!!
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The movie oozes with adolescent immaturity from the opening scenes until the final credits. A successful film that degrades to the inane starts out with something realistic and takes the descent in steps. This one starts with a guy taking a nude blowup doll (while inflated) on a plane. While the film idea was great, especially the ending, the execution was awful. Poor direction and script. Worth avoiding if you are over 18.

F-bomb, lap dancing and groping, less nudity than expected, crude humor.
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The only reason I enjoyed "Bachelor Party Vegas" is because I've been to Las Vegas so many times,and enjoyed the location of the film.There's alot of stupid scenes,but the movie does take you through an adventure these guys have,and Kathy Griffin is great as an Elvis thief.If you happen to come across this film on a boring night,check it out.
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Bachelor Party: Vegas. AKA Bachelor Party 3? No, it has no place being involved in the classic Tom Hank's film. This one started off decent, it had a few laughs and was looking like it might be a silent winner that has flown under the Radar in tradition of movies like The Hangover films. However, this one does not hold a candle to them. Even when you see that it tried to go for a bit of a known cast with Kal Penn (Harold & Kumar fame), Jonathan Bennett (nothing huge, but you might recognize him), Donald Faison (Scrubs), Daniel Stern (Home Alone), Vincent Pastore (same as Jonathan Bennett) & Chuck Liddell (UFC) with small cameo's by Jaimie Pressly and ... no, that's about it actually.

The cast shows a promise that the movie could be something great, but unfortunately fails to deliver after the first quarter of the movie. It feels like a group of guys got together, threw some ideas for the beginning of the movie, and hoped to wing it through the rest, and it clearly shows they should have thought up more than just an adventure across Vegas on the run that screams out a clear and obvious ending that it seen coming miles away.

The plot is a guy is having his bachelor party, they go to Vegas, and something goes wrong and they find themselves on the run as suspected criminals who robbed a Casino. They visit a porno set and end up being chased around town by the UFC guy, because he doesn't mind that his girlfriend is a porno star, but minds when any guy watches her on set. (Can you already guess what's going on and how this will all end?)

The very end of the film blows it completely. A completely unfunny ending that is trying to be touching by revealing that it's all about friendship in the end.
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This is one of those films that I would've likely never heard of - save for a mention on a movie board discussion. Unfortunately, the same posting also spoiled the ending. So I went into this knowing that I couldn't enjoy it as much as I would have, had I experienced it fresh.

Still, despite the spoiler, I had a pretty good time. The gross outrageousness you expect was there. Bizarre characters, wacky situations, implausible set-ups, sex, drugs (not enough in my opinion), and a crazed UFC fighter chasing the guys thru Las Vegas - all classic comedy gold being mined in 'Bachelor'. And any film with that word in its title *should* be like this.

My only serious knock was the sometimes uneven acting of the lead, Jonathan Bennett, in the role of the single guy whose buddies are sending off to the static gray life of marriage. Because I knew how this ended, it seems that Bennett knew what was going on from the get-go; often standing off in the background, emotionally disconnected, almost 'studying' his friends. He wasn't nearly as engaged as his fellow actors in the grand adventure that they were experiencing. It's a distracted performance that, thankfully, improved as the production rolled along. And by the time of the cooked-spaghetti-wrestling-shotgun-firing-female-Elvis-impersonator scene, he's fully into his role.

Predictable fare, but that's the point. I despise movies that are easy set-ups but fail to deliver. Don't you hate joke tellers who screw-up the punchline? Recently screened a movie very much in this vein, 'Accepted' with Justin Long. It was supposed to be what every wacky college movie is supposed to be - but wasn't.
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