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The Hungover Games (2014)

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After celebrating Doug's upcoming wedding in a cut rate hotel in Laughlin, NV, hungover guys Bradley, Ed and Zach wake up in a futuristic dystopia, having lost their pal, Doug. With the ... See full summary »



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Scuba Diver
Justmitch / Willy Wanker / Tim Pistol
Chanel Gaines ...
Carolyn Ratteray ...
Boo (voice)
Skip Bayflick (as Bruce Jenner)
Kaptain Kazakhstan
Mark Harley ...


After celebrating Doug's upcoming wedding in a cut rate hotel in Laughlin, NV, hungover guys Bradley, Ed and Zach wake up in a futuristic dystopia, having lost their pal, Doug. With the help of Effing and Justmitch, the trio's loyal advisers, the gang must now prepare to battle their way through the pop culture districts of The Hungover Games including The Real Housewives of District 8 and Teddy from The Puppet District. Written by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

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The odds are so not in their favor.



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Rated R for crude and sexual content, nudity, language throughout, comic violence and drug use | See all certifications »

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18 February 2014 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Felekten Açlik Oyunlari  »

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When the Hangover Games control room computer system crashes, and is subsequently rebooted, the Microsoft Windows 3.1 logo appears on the translucent touch screens. See more »


Bradley: Okay, this is awkward but I'm just going to go ahead and ask. Maid or hooker?
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There is a teddy wrangler listed after the puppeteers. See more »


Spoofs Avatar (2009) See more »


Guyz and Gallz
Written by Barrie Gledden, Kes Loy, and Richard Kimmings
Performed by Barrie Gledden, Kes Loy, and Richard Kimmings
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So we go from the likes of Airplane to this... How did this sub-genre get here?
23 December 2015 | by (Valhalla) – See all my reviews

With the spoof genre... Lately the genre is suffering a slow, painful death in film. The movie basically combines The Hangover with The Hunger Games... What the hell do those movies have in common? This is getting ridiculous, to the point of getting someone to say "I remember that, therefore it's funny" and it's clear they have NO idea what elements are needed to make a spoof work because I've seen pretty much all the movies they're satirizing and they have as much idea on what people liked about these movies as I would in performing brain surgery. Oh and there's wherein the 'humour' lies. It's probably the most low-brow sex humour I've ever seen. There is literally a joke where 2 people in these Hungover games are topless... That's it, speaking of nudity there is also a point where one of them want to see this movie's Katniss Everdeen topless too despite being 17 and asks if he wants to see her breasts ON HER DEATHBED! Think that's the worst of it?... I can't even say it. There's a point where this movies Zach Galifianakis falls in love with one of the Na'Vi from Avatar and after she gets killed, gropes her corpse... So let me get this straight, a writer got PAID... They submitted THAT in and producers rolled with it. Seriously, jokes range from "He's a flaming gay stereotype, it's funny" to Willy Wonka getting impaled through the back of the head and out the mouth with what I can only describe as a dildo-pitchfork or Ted killing Django (because HEY! THAT EXISTS!... LAUGH!!!!!) and humping the corpse's face... I feel sick. Then there's the camera work, (I know that was a really awkward segue-way but I really want to end this NOW!) The camera work is the worst I've seen in a while. Lately there has been a movie getting buzz because it's professionally shot on an iphone, I feel like this is the first movie shot on iphone because the camera is handled like a drunken teen. All in all, this is not funny, it's disgusting. If you aren't a fan of The Hunger Games movies then this movie will probably have the same effect on you as it did me and question re-evaluating them. I honestly fail to see how they managed to get this movie green-lit and honestly I feel sorry for Tara Reid and the other names in this movie like Caitlyn (although here she's Bruce) Jenner because they are too good for this movie.

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