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Victor Mallick returned to his home and found out that all of his friends have arranged a surprise bachelor/stag party for him. Two strippers were hired to cheer up the party. However, when some of the men accidentally killed one of the strippers, they are left to face the consequences of their action. Written by
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"Stag" is vastly inferior to "Very Bad Things" ........
The plot of a bachelor party gone terribly wrong plays far better as "black comedy" in "Very Bad Things", than in the claustrophobic free for all that is "Stag". The constant flip flopping of plans to save their asses really becomes tiresome. Almost the entire film takes place in one room, and with so many characters with zero character development, the outcome becomes a "so what". Sure it's violent at times, but the talent of Ben Gazzara, and especially Jerry Stiller is totally wasted by not pursuing the dark comedy angle. What you are left with is a claustrophobic movie, that is vastly inferior to "Very Bad Things". - MERK
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