Two best friends stuck in boring jobs become bachelor party planners in Budapest.


Xavier Gens


Manu Payet (scenario), Simon Moutairou (scenario) | 1 more credit »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Manu Payet ... Vincent
Jonathan Cohen ... Arnaud
Monsieur Poulpe Monsieur Poulpe ... Georgio
Alice Belaïdi ... Cécile
Alix Poisson Alix Poisson ... Audrey
Henrietta Edvi Henrietta Edvi ... Suzanna
Aude Legastelois Aude Legastelois ... Hedi
Ali Marhyar Ali Marhyar ... Rémi
Victor Artus Solaro Victor Artus Solaro ... Elias (as Artus)
Antoine Gouy ... Tristan
Szandra Fejes Szandra Fejes ... Marica
Eddy Leduc Eddy Leduc ... Antoine
Anne-Valérie Payet Anne-Valérie Payet ... Emilie, la mariée
Augustin Boyer Augustin Boyer ... Guillaume
Valentin Papoudof Valentin Papoudof ... Le fou


Two best friends stuck in boring jobs become bachelor party planners in Budapest.

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It's not The Hangover, it's Budapest so don't need to compare it.
24 March 2019 | by deloudelouvainSee all my reviews

First of all, let's make this clear for all the negative reviewers, especially for the Hungarians, this is a movie, a comedy, nothing to take too seriously. If you're offended by the fact that this story is going on in your city or country you just don't get the humor of it. It could have been in any other big city in the world. A big city and so obviously there is more going on than in a village in the outback. Why do people have to take everything so seriously? The movie as a comedy is entertaining, it got me laughing out loud more than once, maybe not as much as The Hangover as everyone wants to compare Budapest with it, but certainly more than the average comedy. The acting goes perfectly with the theme of the movie, nothing too serious, just a bit of banter. Honestly I don't see the problem with this movie, it's everything I need to decompress a bit.

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