The Hangover Reviews

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April 7, 2010
Bachelor Party meets Dude, Where's My Car (and about as entertaining as the two of them averaged together.)
January 15, 2010
The stupid fun of The Hangover is worth experiencing at least once. [Blu-ray]
January 6, 2010
Todd Philips, who wrote and directed Road Trip and Old Scool, wrote Borat, and even plays the coked out Israeli dude in the elevator in The Hangover, has had his finger on the pulse of modern comedy cinema for a decade.
December 29, 2009
Quite entertaining as an entry in this tried-and-true genre of "guys going on a inadvertent wacky adventure," and I like how this one is set up as a kind of mystery.
December 26, 2009
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 15, 2009
Look at the bright side: It's in high definition, and Tom Green's not in it. (Blu-ray Extreme Edition)
December 15, 2009
works not because it is a comedy, but because its unimpressive comedic content is framed by much more interesting detective story
December 14, 2009
Funny, yes, but chock-full of alcohol-fueled adult content.
December 13, 2009
...apparently, I have no sense of humor for finding so little joy in the runaway hit comedy 'The Hangover.'
December 10, 2009
A picture which periodically pushes the envelope further than the average moviegoer is probably capable of stomaching via ill-advised departures into such taboo subjects as child molestation, all in search of a cheap joke.
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