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Mancation (2012)

R | | Comedy | 9 October 2012 (USA)
After his plans come crashing down around him, Vince and his friends head to Atlantic City for the wildest and most spontaneous weekend of their lives.


Frank Vain


Alexander Grant, Frank Vain (story)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Joey Fatone ... Brady
Matt Kawczynski ... Vince
Danica McKellar ... Rebecca
Mike Starr ... Mr. Vanderplatt
Jake Matthews Jake Matthews ... Adam
Stephen Medvidick ... Leo
Derek Lindeman Derek Lindeman ... Igor
Brian Hagan Brian Hagan ... Boots
Sarah Vandella ... Cyndi (as Sara Sloane)
Breanne Benson ... Alyssa
Kenny Chin ... Mr. Yakitori
Sammy Chang Sammy Chang ... Yakitori Businessman
Howard Pang Howard Pang ... Yakitori Businessman
Gina Lynn ... Sienna
Sean Simms ... Money Train


Vince has carefully planned out every aspect of his seemingly successful life until his plans come crashing down around him just one day after his wedding, leaving his three under-qualified friends to pick up the pieces. As they head to Atlantic City for the wildest and most spontaneous weekend of their lives they'll be sure that this Mancation will be one that will never be forgotten! Written by Elizabeth Obermeier, Marketing Manager

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Not All Vacations Are Created Equal



Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong crude and sexual content including dialogue, nudity and pervasive language | See all certifications »






Release Date:

9 October 2012 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

American Hangover See more »


Box Office


$300,000 (estimated)
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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital


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If Winnie Cooper is the headliner...
16 December 2012 | by eldudereeno-jpSee all my reviews

...then we might have a piece of crap here. It's a terribly difficult task to try to wrap your mind around the purpose of making this movie, and even more mind boggling is the cast. I mean Joey Fat One and a freshly dusted off thirty-something Winnie Cooper? Atlantic City as the crazy party scene?

I was hoping that it was one of those movies that are so bad that they are funny to watch, but it was actually trying to be quasi-dramatic. Joey Fatone has exactly three facial expressions and they are all really annoying to look at. The sad thing is that I think he tried really hard and worked tirelessly in front of a mirror to nail those confused puppy dog looks. I'm wondering what the hell happened to this guy anyway? Was this a slippery slope movie? Is this the bottom for Joey? You'd think Timberlake would throw him a bone and save him from this nonsense, but he took a left somewhere when Justin took a right. Now he's just a lost soul treading in the depths of the entertainment industry and if he's going to do porn he better get to fu@&ing fast because he is literally going to look like Ron Jeremy sooner than later and he just doesn't carry that kind of street cred in his repertoire that anyone with a sex drive is going to remember in ten years.

Danica oh Danica...Why did you do this to me? We are the same age and I had the biggest childhood crush on you from The Wonder Years and you just absolutely ruined everything. I wasn't even aware that you still acted. You and Fatone just popped up out of nowhere. You two just please go back to that place where you've been low key for all these years. This i just wrong on so many levels. And as hot as you turned out, my imagination had you so much hotter and that visual has been savagely ripped from my mind, so for that I will never be able to watch The Wonder Years again without an overwhelming feeling of shame clouding over me, mostly for you, not for me. You could have at least gave us some frontal nudity, maybe a shower scene for us jaded poor viewers who got dooped into watching this piece of crap.

To sum it up very nicely: The crazy guy wasn't really crazy; the cool guy wasn't cool; the weird guy was just corny; even Winnie and her rack were horrible. The comedy was non-existent.

If it wasn't for the porn star in the beginning and Winnie's bouncing breasts at the end, then I would give it one star. I'll throw in a star for each pair of nice breasts I saw in this movie, bringing the grand total to three, lousy, pathetic, heartless, soulless, lame, Fatonish, stars.

P.S. Those 2 positive reviews from Philadelphia are absolutely absurd and they deserve some kind of horrible tragedy in their lives to make everything right for that nonsense.

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