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I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell

3.6 out of 5 stars 204 customer reviews

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A connoisseur of fast times and faster women; Tucker Max (Czuchry) unleashes his wit and wants on every unsuspecting female around from horny hotties to aroused cougars to one amorous dwarf for one night of non-stop debauchery. But the night gets out of control when the boys meet a stripper who can match their misogynist mouths; and Tucker becomes the butt of a vengeful practical joke.

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  • Actors: Matt Czuchry, Geoff Stults, Jesse Bradford, Tim Huck, Lex D. Geddings
  • Directors: Bob Gosse
  • Writers: Nils Parker, Tucker Max
  • Producers: Aaron Ray, Darren M. Demetre, David Zuckerman, Edward H. Hamm Jr., Jeff Waldman
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Mono), French (Dolby Digital 5.1), Spanish (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: January 26, 2010
  • Run Time: 105 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (204 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002VPTJOK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,507 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell" on IMDb

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Format: DVD
If I had to choose between watching this movie again and getting kicked in the nuts I'd take a swift shot to my nads. The pain wouldn't last as long as this crappy movie did.

The book was great. This movie is an hour and a half of crap. It's basically a chick flick with a couple lines from the book thrown into the dialog. Over half of the movie is his friends telling him to grow up and him trying to change to become a better person so his friends will talk to him again. It's just one long disappointing chick flick that didn't contain a single funny moment. The plot and story line suck, the acting sucks, and the camera work sucks. This movie didn't have one redeemable quality.

I can't figure out how they could take such a great and hilarious book and make a heaping pile of crap that's suppose to be based on it. If someone knows please tell me. And I'd love to hear from tucker about this, I have now doubt that both he and his publicist read all these reviews. And here's a little piece of info for tucker, the movie didn't do poorly because of poor advertisement. It bombed because it SUCKED!!! Just like the new book.
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To truly appreciate the phenom that is Tucker Max...you will have to read the book.

The book is hilarious. Chapter after chapter, young master Max hits and quits girl after girl. He's a genuinely funny narrator, even if you can't really feel any sympathy for him or his plight (even his humiliation at wildly defecating across a hotel lobby). He's a cad. And proud of it.

So now they tried to adapt this master work of hedonism to film.

The first thing I notice: the women are human. They're even smart and capable of taking on Tucker and his jibes and ruses. This was not in the book. He goes through woman after woman and they all appear to be suckers for his scams. So when one of the strippers becomes a quick-witted single mom I was falling in love with...I forgot where this movie came from. The movie forgot where it came from.

But it does make nice points and ties things up rather tidily, something I wondered how they could do with this wild man's life.

(The hotel lobby scene--featuring Traci Lords!--is, for me, the funniest part of the movie and I laughed so hard, I cried. The rest...not so much. Check out the book for the real deal!)
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It's supposed to be a witty and clever film, but.. It gets dark and misses the funny bits.. You end up taking the brunt of the insults as a personal affront, instead of the women he's supped to be insulting.. It made me sad...
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I read the book and thought it was funny. I'm not a Tucker Max fanboy or hater, but this movie was painful to sit through. It even made the book lose some of the humor in it because it felt so fake. If your a fan of the straight to DVD American Pie films then you may find a few laughs in this, otherwise save your time and money. The characters in this aren't interesting, the acting is bad, the plot is unoriginal and meaningless, and there just aren't many laughs. Every once in a while it will make you smirk but by the end of the movie you will have forgotten why. This is one film to avoid...
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By JTK on February 2, 2010
Format: DVD
I received the book as a Christmas gift and couldn't put it down. It has to be one of the funniest (albeit crude) books that I have ever read. Now, normally when you watch a movie based on a book, you expect it to deviate a little bit from the stories or storyline, but in the case of "I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell" that it is a gross understatement. I spent the entire 104 useless minutes of the movie wondering when they would show something even close to anything contained in the book. In fact, there is only one scene in the movie that is taken from the book - it's actually the funniest part of the movie. Overall, don't waste your money buying, renting or even borrowing the movie from a friend. Just read the book and end it there.
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I got ten minutes or so into this movie and just had to stop. The movie looks like it was shot in a world that has given up on electric lighting its so dark. The camera work is awful and just adds to the mess.

The acting is just terrible. It looks like these guys are just reading off cue-cards with no feeling whatsoever. Furthermore, the voices just don't match what you are seeing on the screen its like a Japanese B-movie.

On to the content: in the ten minutes there were at least 40 one-liners that were supposed to get laughs. I did not laugh at one of them, not a chuckle. Not even an internal thought of "that was funny".

Maybe the movie picks up after the first ten minutes or so, but after witnessing what I did there was no way I was going to take the risk that the rest would be just as awful.
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As a lot of you are, I am a huge Tucker Max fan. His website stories, and then the book left me "tears rolling down my face" laughing. So yes, I get his brand of humor. Not for everyone, but I love it. I have read the book over and over and laugh every time. I highly recommend you buy the book. This movie? I kept waiting for it to get funny and turn "Tucker Max" but it never happened. The only actor I enjoyed was "Drew". The others just never really clicked. Seems that there was so much more that could have been done with the story - from the stories - to make it funnier (or even a decent) movie to watch. The really funny parts of Tuckers stories are his descriptions of his interactions with others when he has been drinking - which is so hilarious in the book/stories (like the exchange with the girls in the bar). ROFL funny in the book, just plain painful in the movie. It was like watching a Made for TV Drama about Three Guys on a Road Trip rather than a Comedy. Honestly, I am glad I bought it and watched it because I want to support Tucker for all the laughs he has given me over the years, but this movie... It just makes me wonder if Tucker actually watched it (sober) and thought "Dayum! This is sweet!" because I find it hard to believe he put his stamp of approval on it. I even tried having a few drinks and watching it again and it still wasn't funny. Buy it to support Tucker Max so he will keep writing! But doubt you will enjoy watching it.
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