For Harry Fluder, life was working out exactly how he thought it was supposed to. He had a great job, loyal friends, and the perfect fiancee. However, finding one of his maybe not-so-loyal ...
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For Harry Fluder, life was working out exactly how he thought it was supposed to. He had a great job, loyal friends, and the perfect fiancee. However, finding one of his maybe not-so-loyal friends doing a "great job" with his perfect fiancee, was not part of the plan. After cancelling the wedding, Harry, in a drunken stupor, ponders how everything that was so right could have gone so wrong, meanwhile Bowie, Harry's best man, gets a flash of inspiration. Instead of also cancelling the amazing tropical honeymoon, why don't the two of them go instead, on an epic "homie-moon." What is supposed to be a refreshing weekend of rest and relaxation turns into an all-out bonkers adventure of epic proportions. Harry and Bowie will have the time of their lives, if they can just survive this Random Tropical Paradise.Written by
Except for the drug lord, the characters in the movie are mostly genial, and in a weird way, even Joe Pantoliano comes across less menacing in his linen whites. The goons, funny as can be, follow orders with more brawn than brains. Drugs and orgies seem par for the course and the hallucination effects were wild! Composer Bryce Jacob's original rendition of "Best Man" is soulful and haunting. The easygoing story-line of Random Tropical Paradise romps through a fantasy escapade, enough to distract you from the real-world craziness.
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