Three buddies wake up from a bachelor party in Las Vegas, with no memory of the previous night and the bachelor missing. They make their way around the city in order to find their friend before his wedding.
As the result of a childhood wish, John Bennett's teddy bear, Ted, came to life and has been by John's side ever since - a friendship that's tested when Lori, John's girlfriend of four years, wants more from their relationship.
Stu is getting married. Along with Doug, Phil, and his soon-to-be brother-in-law Teddy, he regretfully invites Alan to Thailand for the wedding. After a quiet night on the beach with a beer and toasting marshmallows by the camp fire, Stu, Alan and Phil wake up in a seedy apartment in Bangkok. Doug is back at the resort, but Teddy is missing, there's a monkey with a severed finger, Alan's head is shaved, Stu has a tattoo on his face, and they can't remember any of it. The wolf-pack retrace their steps through strip clubs, tattoo parlors and cocaine-dealing monkeys on the streets of Bangkok as they try and find Teddy before the wedding. Written by
When filming the scene where Stu discovers the tattoo on his face, Bradley Cooper genuinely broke into laughter and the director Todd Phillips decided to keep that take in the film. See more »
When Alan is walking through the airport, his ticket and pipe keep switching between hands. See more »
[upon his arrest]
How the fuck?
[Samir walks in]
Samir! You fuck me over 6 grand, you camel jockey?
You spit to me? Huh? You spit to me? Hey! 6 grand this time, 8 grand last time. It's not the money, man. It's the principle!
Principle? Nigga, please! We both dead inside.
You call me nigger? Huh? Don't call me nigger!
[as the cops take him away]
Racist asshole, man.
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One of the photos during the closing credits recreates the photo of General Nguyen Ngoc Loan executing Nguyen Van Lem. See more »
It was terrible, I wish I could get back the last 102 mins of my life that I spent on this dreadful movie. If it wasn't for the exotic and beautiful landscape of Thailand, I would have fallen asleep. The same old formula unfortunately did not work this time around. To say that this was made for an immature, pubescent audience would be an insult to 12 year old boys. This movie is an insult to its audience, period. No wonder Asian countries make movies that portray Americans as rapists or crooks, look at how the main characters behave in Hollywood movies, made for the American male audience. I'd ask for my money back if I saw this at the cinema but thank goodness I watched it online at a European site, for free. Even then, NOT worth it.
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