When he wakes up the morning after his bachelor party in bed with a strange woman, a man presumes he must have cheated on his fiancée. Guilt leads him to try to cover it up in the week before the wedding, high jinks ensue. Written by
When Paul goes to the drug store, director Chris Koch's father can be briefly seen at the counter. See more »
When Ray shoves Paul in the dumpster and rolls it down the alley, it is on the left hand side with the lids opening out.
When the dumpster hits a pole and Paul climbs out, the lids are again opening out towards the middle of the alley. See more »
[Paul and Pete discuss Paul sleeping with Becky after his bachelor party]
Wait 'till she's drunk... next Thanksgiving or Christmas, or better yet, this Saturday at your wedding, after she's had four gin and tonics and she steps up to the microphone and she's telling the whole world.
That's not gonna happen.
Everyone, your attention please. I just think you should all know Karen's husband Paul nailed me last Saturday. Yeah, hot sex, and now I'm carrying his child. Thank you for ...
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Maybe this is every man's dream? To have a one night drunken fling with your fiancé's cousin? Or so you think. Turns out, it becomes a headache to keep it concealed for long.
Enter panties left at the scene of the crime and everything just snowballs. From enraged police officers to wearing a wire for the FBI to bust such an officer, the movie takes one problem and turns it into multiple ones for the main character.
Like many 90s films of this genre, however, this one also has a happy ending. Sort of. But this one is unique that it has two love triangles in one. But I guess I am happy everybody else was happy.
Overall, the laughs were fairly good. So if you have a little time to kill, this will do the trick. "C+"
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