The Hangover

The Hangover

When three friends finally come to after a raucous night of bachelor-party revelry, they find a baby in the closet and a tiger in the bathroom. But they can't seem to locate their best friend, Doug – who's supposed to be tying the knot. Launching a frantic search for Doug, the trio perseveres through a nasty hangover to try to make it to the church on time.

A blowout Las Vegas bachelor party turns into a race against time when three hung-over groomsmen awaken after a night of drunken debauchery to find that the groom has gone missing, and attempt to get him to the alter in time for his wedding. After a blow-out bachelor party, three groomsmen wake in their Las Vegas hotel room to find the groom is missing and they can't remember a thing about what they did the night before. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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The Hangover torrent reviews

Ally F (it) wrote: The B/W scene impress me a lot, nice back ground music too.Tom Schiling made a good performance.

Adam H (ru) wrote: I love just about everything about Japanese culture, with the exception of Anime. I hate anime. This, however, is not only my favorite animated film, it is in my top five films of all time. I enjoy every viewing of it and I learn something new everytime I watch it. There are layers upon layers of symbolism in it.

Art M (us) wrote: not impressed.. but not bad

Anthony A (ru) wrote: a classic Boorman: great visuals, powerful story, exotic, well made, engaging.

Sarah H (ru) wrote: It is pretty cheesy, has a bit of a spoof feel to it. The songs aren't too bad, but it's not my favorite.

Al M (jp) wrote: Great followup by Franco to The Awful Dr. Orloff. A cool, gothic film that features early examples of Franco's stylistic flare as well as his penchant for the nasty and trashy. Of course, the women always take their shirts off right before the" robot" kills them. But there are hints of so many of the great filmmakers that were so influential on Franco from the surrealists to Clouzot. A pure B-movie at heart, Franco, as in his best works, makes a B-Movie shine with a special radiance that somehow blends the stupid and trashy with a deep sense of aesthetic appreciation.

Anna B (gb) wrote: Alright, that Vivian Leigh bait-and-switch is historically great storytelling, and filmmaking. There's no question. The rest of the movie, though? It's pretty good. Everything I read says that Hitch was obsessed with keeping the final twist a secret, but I get the sense that he was more concerned with making it seem like Leigh is the protagonist so as to heighten the impact of that shower scene. Of course it works, like gangbusters (I can only imagine the incredible shock one would have received watching this thing blind), but he seems to lose a little interest after that, and it becomes something a little more conventional, and even sometimes bad, specifically with the psychiatrist who will simply not shut the fuck up.

Jake H (ca) wrote: my fav when I was a kid!

Derrick A (ru) wrote: My first viewing of this movie I was disappointed. Though with every viewing it seems to get better, like a fine wine.

Earl G (nl) wrote: A nice movie but very predictable. It isn't sad, but be sure to have a box of tissue nearby when you watch it.

Matt C (nl) wrote: I really enjoyed this on repeat viewing. Apparently this was written and directed by Mangold which for me is pretty impressive as it feels like the story has been taken from the sort of novel I would happily engross myself in. The performances are across the board really, really good. Stallone is somewhat of a revelation here.