A couple of married guys are always looking at other women. Their wives are fed up with their behavior, and grant them a 'hall pass': a week off their marriage allowing them to do anything. But the guys take their time and their week is almost up. What they don't realize is that at the same time their wives make connections of their own. Written by
It cost $200,000 to get the rights to use the Law & Order (1990) chimes for the "Day 1-7" title cards. See more »
After Brent fires his last shot, his gun's slide should have locked back empty. See more »
[Rick turns his head and see's a naked man's large penis, then looks to the other naked man]
Do me a favor, Irish, switch places with this guy.
Naked Man #2:
[Camera view moves down to the crotch of the naked man opposite him, revealing his tiny penis]
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During the credits an out take is shown of Gary's imagining of night gone wrong See more »
The premise is immature an annoying (left-wing nonsense)
If these guys are so desperate for sex, and if their wives are morons who don't care who they sleep with, why not just go and find some prostitutes to sleep with? They don't even have a enough time to develop a relationship. I am so glad to see that the sense of commitment to marriage is alive and well in Hollywood. Apparently, the point of the movie is to show that people don't really want to be married. Casual sexual or childish teenage infatuation are more compelling than a committed marriage where the wife and husband have remained faithful to each other. If a husband is so immature that he goes around like a teenager dreaming about sleeping with younger women, then he should never have gotten married in the first place. He is a fool who has no clue what marriage is about.
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