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  1. Ron
    June 7, 2009

    An okay film not as great as I expected.


  2. Black Sheep
    June 7, 2009

    I too was expecting more. I was expecting something fresh and original and got something old and tired. If only I had drank excessively before seeing it; maybe I could have blacked it out by now.


  3. BobsViews
    July 13, 2009

    I can see why The Hangover is of this summer’s biggest hits. First, it’s funny as hell. Any movie that can weave a baby, a missing tooth, and Mike Tyson into its plot is comedic gold. Second, the cast perfectly play off each other. Bradley Cooper’s sleazy outspoken Phil, The Office’s Ed Helms’s whipped but goodhearted Stu, Zach Galifanakis’s indescribable Alan and Justin Bartha as Doug, the Groom, pull off each gag (No matter how gross), insult and wisecrack with great comedic timing. Third, Director, Todd Philips and Screenwriters, John Lucus and Scott Moore used a different approach to tell a standard comedic story. They focus on the characters finding out what happened at the Bachelor Party instead of seeing their antics that night. Their reactions to their antics in scenes such as when Phil, Stu and Alan go to the hospital to find Doug or seeing themselves on Tyson’s security cameras are hilarious. I especially, enjoyed the twists and turns in the story such as what happened to Doug during the Bachelor Party. It was great to see some surprises in a comedy instead of the standard set-up the joke plotting. The Hangover’s success proves that not only do audiences want to laugh at the movies but also want to see well-made comedies.


  4. Heidi
    November 17, 2009

    I whole heartedly disagree!

    What sets “The Hangover” apart from some of the other absurd comedies of late, is despite the absurdity of the storyline, it is somehow believable, and it has heart.

    I thought it was hysterical and I didn’t feel like it should offend women, in fact, it makes the men look a lot more stupid than the women!


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