• R, 1 hr. 40 min.
  • Drama, Comedy
  • Directed By:
    Todd Phillips
    In Theaters:
    Jun 5, 2009 Wide
    On DVD:
    Dec 15, 2009
  • Warner Bros. Pictures

Critic Review - Examiner.com

The real underlying message of The Hangover, as in most of Phillips' films, is that women are shrews, whores and/or fools-though Galifinakis is the only one to deal with the homoerotic subtext within the male bonding.

December 26, 2009 Full Review Source: Examiner.com | Comments (4)
Examiner.com

Comments

L E.

L Edd

Can't help but agree. I've resigned myself to the fact that these types of movies invariably bloody portray women as either bland and humourless or as awful nagging shrews.

Sep 7 - 11:23 AM

D MAN

D MAN G

Most married woman are at some point lol. Anyways when you start looking for morals, family values and woman political correctness in a R rated comedy about guys having a hangover, then you probably should stick to reading books. You just missed life..Time to catch up.

Mar 26 - 06:05 PM

Rotten Seven

Jay Navas

You are soo off dude! you are prob married!

Jul 18 - 11:53 PM

Rotten Seven

Jay Navas

Hey Critic, you are soo off dude you are prob married, maybe you need to see hall pass and while you are at it ask your wife to watch it with you,Im sure she'd love that! ;)

Jul 18 - 11:55 PM

Scott Mallon

Scott Mallon

This is a movie about four men, and if it was a movie about four women, say BRIDESMAIDS, it would do the exact same thing to give credit and likability to its major characters. It's a comedy, and if you think there is homoerotic subtext involved, it's because you never had funny friends in college. You probably think all team sports are homosexual too. Yeah man... keep preaching the overly-analytical...

It's a COMEDY.

Oct 30 - 04:41 AM

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