At the wedding of a friend, the remaining bachelors bet on staying single. 7 years later, one of the 2 remaining loses $51000 in Vegas. He must get the other guy married to cash in and pay his debt or die. A cute woman helps him.
When four degenerate thugs rape and murder a young waitress in part of their rape and murder spree, they are arrested, but get away with though a legal technicality. The brother of one of ... See full summary »
While J.B.'s main occupation is running a trendy clothes store, he has also taken a group of street kids under his wing. When he meets a beautiful fashion designer, however, he abandons the kids and succumbs to his lusty desires.
Seven years ago, a bunch of friends make a bet that'll give the last remaining bachelor a ton of money. Now, after losing a ton of money at a Vegas Casino, Michael Delaney has to quickly get his friend Kyle married so that he can collect the prize money to pay back his debt.Written by
Revolution Studios founder Joe Roth, called the producers and asked them how much the project would cost. '$11 million' was the answer. See more »
Even if we allow for a suspension of disbelief to move the story along, it must be noted that Nevada strictly regulates its casinos. In short, Michael would not have been allowed to lose so heavily, and Carlos's solution is completely illegal. In real life, Michael should have immediately gone to the police or to the Nevada State Gaming Control Board. See more »
I love the smell of bridesmaids in the morning.
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It is sad to see a film like this being made! There are so many low-budget, indie films that get made on shoe-strings budgets, which has excellent stories, real stories...but Hollywood instead decides to throw money at making films like this.
Every character in this film is 1 dimensional, carboard cut-out, cliched and dull. This film tries way to hard to upset the audience with gross-out humor, and sex jokes...however, they aren't funny and were executed much better in films like American Pie 1 and 2!
Shame on you Jerry O'Connell for being in such a braindead film!
Though never taking itself too seriously, the movie does deliver a chuckle here and there...with many exceptions.
The "nut" scene is very funny, though unbelieveable, and turns out to be extremely disgusting and un-called for.
2 out of 10
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