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
Not for the politically correct. Constant sight gags, snappy patter & hot babes!!
Just saw the premier screening and laughed through the entire movie. The cast has delivered an understated/over the top performance, and the writing & directing delivers the one of those ultimate male fantasy/nightmare stories around the backdrop of a tender love story. This film moves along at a frantic pace and is loaded with the kind of humor and action that every red-blooded American male will enjoy. It is a film you can take good humored, liberated date to. And my guess is that "The Groomsmen" will be required viewing in every frat house.
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