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Three Days to Vegas (2007)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Romance | 2007 (USA)
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Four grumpy old men go on a road trip from their retired life in Florida to the excitement of Las Vegas in order to stop one of their daughters from marrying the wrong guy.

Director:

Charlie Picerni

Writers:

Michael Pietrzak (screenplay), Jon Warner (screenplay) | 3 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Peter Falk ... Gus 'Fitzy' Fitzgerald
Rip Torn ... Joe Wallace
George Segal ... Dominic Spinuzzi
Bill Cobbs ... Marvin Jeffries
Billy Burke ... Billy Simpson
Nancy Young ... Elizabeth Fitzgerald
Chris Diamantopoulos ... Laurent Perrier
Taylor Negron ... Antoine
Mario Cantone ... Chris
Coolio ... The Flow
Charlie Murphy ... Andre
Reginald VelJohnson ... RJ Jackson (as Reginald Vel Johnson)
Tim Ware ... Course Marshall
Jamie Williams ... Kid Golfer #1
Bechir Sylvain Bechir Sylvain ... Kid Golfer #2 (as Bechier K. Sylvain)
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Storyline

Fitzy, a Florida retiree, dislikes his daughter Elizabeth's fiancé and has three days to get to Vegas to convince her not to marry. He enlists the help of his three aged golf buddies - Dominic, Marvin, and Joe. Elizabeth's ex, a slacker named Billy whom Fitzy really likes, organizes the trip on a chartered bus. After revelry in South Beach, they set off, stopping in New Orleans at the mansion of Marvin's rap-star nephew, the Flow. En route, they fire their gay drivers who start their own crime spree, so the police are mistakenly looking for Fitzy and his "gang." Dad, golf buddies, the Flow and his entourage, the engaged couple and her ex, and the cops are headed for the chapel. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Genres:

Comedy | Romance

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for language, sexual content and crude humor

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2007 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Retirement See more »

Filming Locations:

Las Vegas, Nevada, USA See more »

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Budget:

$9,500,000 (estimated)
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Corner Stone Pictures See more »
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Color
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After "Special Thanks" and "Extra Special Thanks" comes this: "Mike P would like to thank Charlie Picerni and Nancy Young for their honesty and professionalism."

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Joe tells the cab driver to take him to the "Chapel on Paradise", the Chapel he arrives at is "A Special Memory Wedding Chapel", which is at least a block and a half away from the end of Paradise Road. See more »

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References Funny Lady (1975) See more »

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Fratboy Geriatrics
22 April 2008 | by inteleartsSee all my reviews

Four old guys hire a bus to go and save one of their daughters from getting married to the wrong guy in Vegas and on the way they prove they can still party-hearty.

The Bucket List it ain't - but with the likes of Rip Torn, George Segal, Peter Falk, and the wonderful Bill Cobbs it is what it is: a no-brain required college road trip but instead of the 20 year old it's the 70 year olds.

The plot about the marriage is paper thin, and all too silly, as is how they lose their bus driver and that subsequent story line, but overall it's kind of fun.

Not sure who this was aimed at: old guys, young guys, it ain't family viewing, but I was surprised that I did enjoy most of it: the charm of the group shines through.

Watchable when you don't need to think and just want to relax...


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