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Bachelor Night (2014)

Unrated | | Comedy | 12 August 2014 (USA)
When a bachelor party and a bachelorette party cross paths in Vegas, only the best man and the maid of honor can save their friends from a night of epic "mistakes."


Jeff Newman (screenplay by), Brian Misakian (screenplay by) | 1 more credit »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Andrew Bongiorno ... Adrian
Skyler Yeast Skyler Yeast ... Derek
Phillip Andre Botello ... Frank
Lenny Hernandez ... Mitchell
Heather Paige Cohn ... Sienna
Samantha Stewart ... Casey
Melissa Mensah ... Amber
Anna Beletzki ... Tatyana
Megan Albertus Megan Albertus ... Amanda
Louis Iacoviello ... Boslov
Michael Ark ... Dmitri
Amy Lindsay ... Mary
Jeff Rector ... Jack Rabbit
Jeff Newman Jeff Newman ... Bartender
Shawn Rougeron Shawn Rougeron ... Providence


When a bachelor party and a bachelorette party cross paths in Vegas, only the best man and the maid of honor can save their friends from a night of epic "mistakes."

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Even I couldn't take this, and I didn't think Disaster Movie was that bad.
9 February 2020 | by GiraffeDoorSee all my reviews

I was willing to go into this with an open mind. Another semi-pornographic comedy riding the wave that The Hangover made. It showed so little restraint and even put me mind of some interesting things about that nature of gender and sexuality in our culture.

But once they leave that strip/brothel things go south. It wants to be the Hangover but it doesn't appreciate what made The Hangover so much fun. They went from one crazy situation to the next with a vivid sense of escalating stakes.

This just plods along desperately trying to fill its own runtime and it is really tedious. It was hard to resist just fast forwarding a lot.

There's also a strong rape culture undertone to it. Admittedly it seems to have the message that pretending to be gay to get women to try and convert you is somewhat perverse (some would call it rape by deception) but that just makes it all the more irritating with its hypocrisy, its sanctimoniousness and the obnoxious way it thinks men having ugly sexual experiences is hilarious when to depict the same thing happening to women would be unthinkable.

These movies are often a hair away from being a feminist masterpiece of sorts but these writers don't seem to be able to see the ugly side of their own writing and what should be satire is creepily sincere.

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Release Date:

12 August 2014 (USA) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Las Vegas, Nevada, USA See more »

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The Asylum See more »
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Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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