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Ken Andrews (Faison) has been the orchestrator of the hazing pranks at all of his buddies' stags - elaborate... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Donald Faison ... Ken

Eva Amurri Martino ... Veronica (as Eva Amurri)

Jon Dore ... Luke

Leah Renee ... Candy / Margaret

Tony Nappo ... Paul

Pat Thornton ... Carl

Jefferson Brown ... Henry McCarthy

Brendan Gall ... Rory

Mayko Nguyen ... Caroline

Georgina Reilly ... Pam

Sugar Lyn Beard ... Mary
Scott Yaphe ... Randy

Clé Bennett ... Gus - First AD
David Collins ... Marvin

Brianna Daguanno ... Isabella (as Brianna D'Aguanno)
Kelly Fanson ... Paramedic
Diego Fuentes ... Muscular Bartender

Lauren Hammersley ... Sarah

Tracey Hoyt ... Biker Chris
Suresh John ... Maintenance Guy
Lori Nancy Kalamanski ... Rory's Wife
Erin Keaney ... Marsha
David Kerr ... Jason (Pineapple Guy)
Mathew Lyons ... Sales Rep

Ian Matthews ... Sarah's Motorcycle Beau

Debra McGrath ... Biker Gail

Jeff Pangman ... Mechanic

Aron Tager ... Old Man
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Kelly LeMay ... Luke's Wife

Ben Mulroney ... Himself - eTalk Host

Directed by
Brett Heard 
Writing credits
Brett Heard (written by)

Produced by
Mike Carriere .... associate producer
Kaylen Christensen .... associate producer
J. Michael Dawson .... producer
Courtney Graham .... executive producer
Brett Heard .... producer
Kevin Hicks .... executive producer
Jessica Holmes .... executive producer
Daniel Iron .... executive producer
Keith Jones .... associate producer
Aeschylus Poulos .... associate producer
Robert Rodriguez .... executive producer
Anita K. Sharma .... producer
Rob Tait .... executive producer
Michael J. Taylor .... executive producer
Gregory Vitale .... executive producer
Luke Vitale .... executive producer
Original Music by
Sean Nimmons-Paterson (music score)
Trevor Yuile (original music score)
Cinematography by
Arthur E. Cooper 
Film Editing by
Kathy Weinkauf 
Casting by
Jason Knight 
Production Design by
Craig Harris 
Costume Design by
Joanna Syrokomla 
Makeup Department
Teena Black .... specialty makeup
Stella Margaritis .... key make up & hair
Stella Margaritis .... wigs and hairpieces
Jennifer O'Connor .... assistant makeup artist
Melissa Zimmerman .... key make up & hair
Production Management
Gregor Hutchison .... post-production supervisor
Justin Kelly .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Derby Crewe .... first assistant director
Melissa McLean .... third assistant director
Erin Pope .... trainee assistant director
Aline Robichaud .... second assistant director
Art Department
Justin Craig .... set decoration
Talia De Marco .... art department intern
Jesse Hutchins .... set dresser
Duncan Kemp .... property master
Andy Tsang .... assistant art director
Sound Department
Andrea Agro .... foley assistant
David Ottier .... sound
Adam Stein .... sound effects editor
Brad Thornton .... sound re-recording mixer
Alex van der Meulen .... boom operator
Marilee Yorston .... foley artist
Christopher Cordell .... stunt coordinator
Blair Johannes .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Max Armstrong .... second assistant camera
Terry Banting .... gaffer
Harper Forbes .... key grip
Jason Greenslade .... dolly grip (as Jay Greenslade)
Michael Heathcote .... b-camera operator
Juan Carlos Montalvo .... camera operator
Chris Paré .... data management technician
Sara Pickett .... first assistant camera
Kelly Richardson .... electrician
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Billie Blast .... assistant costume designer
Emma Monaghan .... wardrobe assistant
Editorial Department
Adam Gagnon .... digital intermediate conform editor
Adam Gagnon .... on-line editor
Cam McLauchlin .... assistant editor
Music Department
Marco DiFelice .... songs
Sean Nimmons-Paterson .... composer: theme music
Transportation Department
Robert Arsenault .... transportation captain
Steve Lambert .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Cynthia Amsden .... unit publicist
Geoffrey A. Cole .... assistant location manager
Racheal Forbes .... production accountant
Gerhard Gouws .... production coordinator
Chantal Leblanc-Everett .... assistant coordinator
Chantal Leblanc-Everett .... asst. production coordinator
Lindsay Somers .... key set medic
Ryan Williams .... electronic press kit
Tiffany Wong .... script supervisor
Graham Zwicker .... production assistant

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Rated R for crude and sexual content, nudity and pervasive language
84 min
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14 out of 24 people found the following review useful.
Prepare for the bachelor party in Stag, 19 August 2013
Author: rgblakey from United States

There have been a ton of bachelor party themed movies over the years with The Hangover series and Bachelor Party being the most popular, but more often than not they miss the mark. The latest Stag takes their stab at the genre with Donald Faison leading the charge, but does it manage to deliver the goods?

Stag follows a guy who has always been known as the orchestrator of all the greatest pranks at all of his buddies' stag parties, but now it's his turn. Now he nervously waits his own fate that he is sure his buddies have in store for him, but the payback is more than he could have imagined. While this film is a far cry from the Hangover it does manage to be a fairly entertaining little film. With these kinds of movies there is an important decision to make and that is how far they are going to go. This means a lot to this genre as the more successful ones usually have no rules and push the boundaries in all areas. Here they played it safe for the most part and felt more like aspects of a TV movie as opposed to a real stag party. They were going for a more character ensemble comedy which is fine, but this setting kind of got thrown to the back burner instead of being the focus. Every time things seem to be getting going on the party side some story aspect interrupts it and leaves you hanging. Knowing that, everyone did a fine job with what they were working with, but just never really stepped out of average. There are some funny moments, but there are also some more drama-esque aspects that felt a bit out of place.

This isn't a horrible movie by any means, it is actually pretty entertaining, but there are just a lot of missed opportunities here on both sides of the story. For those expecting a hardcore bachelor party you will be sorely disappointed. There is only one piece of nudity and it is pretty quick and the hijinks are pretty tame, but if you can let that go given the subject matter then you will probably still have some fun.

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