Synopsis: When Phil (Justin Bartha), Stu (Ed Helms) and Alan (Zach Galifianakis) wakes up in their rented suite in Caesars Palace after a Bachelor’s party in Las Vegas, they could not remember anything and what’s worse, the groom Doug (Justin Bartha) is missing just hours before his wedding. With the clock ticking, the three find themselves solving the mystery alongside with seemingly unending hitching events brought by their own mischief from last night—baby in the wardrobe, stolen tiger, police car, and casino chips, messing with a former boxer, marrying a hooker and all other things bizarre are the things they have to confront with a big question mark on their faces.
Description: Doug Billings and his best friends Phil Wenneck and Stu Price and his soon to be brother-in-law Alan Garner head for Las Vegas for Doug’s bachelor party and after a night of booze drinking, Phil, Stu, and Alan wakes up in their rented suite remembering nothing while Doug is missing with just hours before his wedding.
Review: Just by watching the trailer, the movie elicits such excitement making the audience wanting for more. The film really makes the viewers dissolve themselves into the story as one will continue to anticipate what will happen next. This film is probably one of the most insane and hilarious movie out there. Viewers couldn’t help themselves but laugh every moment throughout the unraveling of events. That’s how terrific of a movie The Hangover is.
The combination of characters portrayed in the film and the actors portraying it is very clever indeed. The unconventional innocent character of Alan (Zach Galifianakis) is maddening and yet comical while the character of Stu (Ed Helms) of a helpless buddy when around his friends is such joy to watch. Then there is a teacher, Phil (Bradley Cooper) makes you wonder how he landed with his profession with his playboy profile and happy-go-lucky nature. Among the quartet, Doug (Justin Bartha) may be the most rationale but unluckily the one suffering from the waywardness of his buddies. With this four combined, anything could just go wrong out of hand.
Todd Phillips surely has made this comedy film such a success. Humor will never fall short in this movie and the plot is just cleverly twisted you will just be continually surprised. The rolling of credits is to watch for as it shows amusing pictures of the night before the four wake up with the hangover of their life.