A group of friends head to Las Vegas for a bachelor party.. only things go wrong and a woman is killed. Soon, the bodies are piling up and the friends find themselves turning against one another as the coverup builds. Written by
Adam, as a practicing Jew, would not have called his son by the same name. See more »
[after stabbing the hotel security guard]
Don't let him bleed on the carpet!
[They push the guard into the bathroom]
Get back - shut the door! Son of a bitch! He'll bleed out! He'll bleed out! He'll bleed out.
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Loose one friend, loose all friends, loose yourself... I heard that somewhere :D
Yes, to quote "Boy Meets World". But those were the only words I thought described this movie perfectly, don't you think? Five friends take their about-to-be-married friend on a bachelor trip to Vegas. All is going well, they're gambling, have a fancy hotel room, doing drugs, drinking, and hire a prostitute/stripper. When one of the friends decides to have a little fun with her in the bathroom, he accidentally kills her on a towel hook, they have two choices: call the police with a chance that they'll get off of not only killing her but hiring a prostitute, or they could just bury her in the dessert. You know the choice 5 men would make, and of course it all goes down hill from here.
I think I watched this movie at a perfect timing. I really enjoyed it because it was funny in a very dark way. I know it's kind of sick, but I did laugh at some of the darkest scenes and really got into it. My best friend, she's about to be married, and she reminds me a lot of Cameron's character. She wants her wedding day to be so perfect that she'll do ANYTHING to make sure of it. Well, not murder, but you get my drift. :D It's a dark comedy, there's no doubt. But I would highly recommend this because it is a good movie for laughs. Just let go and have a little fun and repeat: it's just a movie, it's just a movie, etc.
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