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While traveling to be the groomsmen in the wedding of their friend Scott, the wolf Dewey proposes two bets to his monogamist friend Jay: if he had sex along the weekend he would give his valuable convertible car to Jay; and if Jay did not score any woman in the same period, he would date Jay's sister. They arrive in a huge property with their loser friend Phil, and the trio is introduced to the bridesmaids. When Jay meets the fiancée Reese, he realizes that she is his former sweetheart and passion. Along the weekend, the bets and the love of Jay for Reese gets the guests into very complicated situations.Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
When I sat down to watch this, I expected to see a very average romantic comedy. I was pleasantly surprised; this is one of the funniest teen comedies, and they came up with the great idea to combine crude humor with romantic comedy. I found it to be incredibly entertaining. The plot is very good, something any teenage guy can get into. The romantic parts aren't sappy or melodramatic in any way. They didn't seem out of place, either. The humor is very well-placed and mostly very funny. The characters, though half of them are stereotypes, are reasonably believable, and their actions are mostly in character. The actors do pretty good, considering most of them are unknowns. I liked how they managed to mix the crude comedy with the romantic comedy. It didn't seem forced or misplaced, in any way. Most fans of movies like American Pie or Road Trip will enjoy this; however, fans of movies like Pretty Woman can probably also enjoy this movie, as it's a good mix of the two styles of movies. I'd recommend this to pretty much anyone who enjoyed one or more of the aforementioned films. It's worth watching. 8/10
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