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A group of friends make a bet that the last remaining bachelor among them will receive a large amount of money. Having lost a large sum in Vegas, one of the friends desperately tries to get his friend married so he can pay his debt.
Genre: Feature Film-Comedy
Release Date: 3-JUN-2003
Media Type: DVD
One might reasonably expect Tomcats to be the Porky's of 2001: after all, it concerns a group of young, sexist morons and their fears and fantasies about young women. But Tomcats isn't quite as brain-dead as that, though it is phenomenally more neurotic. Jerry O'Connell plays one of two remaining bachelors within a group of wealthy pals who set aside a cash reward, years before, earmarked for the last among them to get married. O'Connell needs the money to pay off a gambling debt, but his problem is that the other bachelor is a horrendous pig (Jake Busey) unlikely ever to land a gal. A general mean-spiritedness flows through this wearying comedy, manifest in such ugly moments as watching someone's girlfriend run over by a golf cart and an excised, cancerous testicle kicked around hospital hallways. If you're looking for female flesh, however, forget it: Tomcats is far more driven to explore male nudity, while making equally naked today's masculine fears of impotence, mothers, and lesbians. --Tom Keogh
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Mine came to me damaged I don't know if it was the shipping or the packaging but it came with a big pressure hole in the case but the movie plays okay. I would have given it five stars otherwise.
The underlying story really isn't that bad either and it does have a fairly good message to it. Overall its one of the better comedies in this genre that I've seen and full of energy. It's definitely on my purchase list once its released on DVD.