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Ryan is getting married. His friends take him across the US-Mexican border for a bachelor party the night before his wedding. A night that begins with tequila and strippers turns fatal when the boys cross paths with a local drug lord. Based on a true events.Written by
I saw MS for the second time last night in its hometown of Austin, TX and was so happy to be reminded of how much fun I had the first time I watched it. My two favorite things about the movie are how it's cut with flashbacks and flashforwards and just plain flashes, and the extremely believable relationships between the men. The five guys on the bachelor party trip are absolutely fantastic in their roles. Reid's portrayal of Derek's intensity is a slow build, and it's impossible to tell by his performance that films are not shot in sequence. Jordan Belfi's quiet and subtle characterization of Ryan is perfect for where his character ultimately ends up. Will is the glue for these guys, and it becomes most apparent at the climax. And Drew and Tom are fun and fantastic relief from the drama happening with Ryan, Will and Derek. Definitely a "true", fulfilling and fun joy-ride.
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