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Seven years ago, a bunch of friends make a bet that'll give the last remaining bachelor a ton of money. Now, after losing a ton of money at a Vegas Casino, Michael Delaney has to quickly get his friend Kyle married so that he can collect the prize money to pay back his debt. Written by
The scene with Michael and the dominatrix pays a homage to the classic story of "Little Red Riding Hood" For Example: Jill The dominatrix lives in a house with her grandma in a house with a picket fence. In the story of "Little Red Riding Hood", the big bad wolf locks up or eats the real grandma, then disguises himself as the grandmother to lure Little Red Riding Hood into his trap. Tomcats does it in the opposite, The dominatrix disguises herself as a shy librarian to lure men into her trap. Also at the end of the movie Michael's friend Kyle comments Jill about her being a 'Big bad dominatrix'. See more »
Based on the house's exterior, Jill's tricked-out bedroom is clearly too big to be part of the house. See more »
Oh If I get married it's going to be a cosmetics counter girl.
Why a cosmetics counter girl?
It's the perfect woman, man. You know they're always going to smell good and wear makeup, plus, they're not too ambitious so they'll make a good wife AND they're not going to be one of those damn feminist bitches that keep their own last name when you marry them.
Like my mom?
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This is one of those rare gems a truly funny film.
Jerry O'Connell (`Sliders') is a hapless bachelor who's made a bet with his college buddies that the last one to get married will win the stake, which, after 7 years, has grown to almost half a million dollars. When he accidentally loses $50,000 at a Vegas casino and has one month to pay up or kiss goodbye to his anatomy, he decides to use dirty tricks to get his last rival married, in order to pocket the prize for himself.
The film is fast-paced with a hilarious series of mishaps, a brief comic salute to Cruise's cliff-top stunt in `Mission Impossible 2' and a new twist to the `boyfriend stops the wedding ceremony' gag. You'll remember this film whenever your girlfriend or wife asks you to `say the three little words' ("I love you" or ?) and you'll think twice about eating in a hospital canteen again.
If you liked Porky's, Revenge of the Nerds and the Naked Gun, you'll love this. If Deuce Bigalow or Ace Ventura got you to smile, this one'll guarantee a belly-laugh.
My three little words rent it now!
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