Bachelor Party


Bachelor Party

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Tom Hanks stars in this raunchy teen comedy from veteran screenwriters Pat Proft and Neil Israel, who had previously collaborated on the amusing sketch film Tunnelvision (1976) and the disappointing Americathon (1980). Bus-driver Rick Gasko (Hanks) is engaged to wealthy Debbie Thompson (Tawny Kitaen), much to the chagrin of her father (George Grizzard), who considers Rick a loser. To keep an eye on her future groom, Debbie and her friends dress as prostitutes to attend his bachelor party, which quickly turns into a bacchanal of smutty debauchery. Familiar faces in the cast include action stars Michael Dudikoff and Ji-Tu Cimbuka, pin-ups Monique Gabrielle and Rosanne Katon, and teen-movie regulars Adrian Zmed and Wendie Jo Sperber. It's an occasionally hilarious excursion into bad taste, although one which two-time Oscar winner Hanks would probably like to forget.


Tom Hanks
as Rick Gassko
Adrian Zmed
as Jay O'Neill
Tawny Kitaen
as Debbie Thompson
Barbara Stuart
as Mrs. Thompson
George Grizzard
as Mr. Thompson
Robert Prescott
as Cole Whittier
William Tepper
as Dr. Stan Gassko
Wendie Jo Sperber
as Dr. Tina Gassko
Gregory Brown
as Schoolboy
Bradford Bancroft
as Brad Mollen
Florence Schauffler
as Sister Mary Francis
as Rajah
Kenneth Kimmins
as Hotel Manager
Ken Kimmins
as Hotel Manager
Ji-Tu Cumbuka
as Alley Pimp
Rosanne Katon
as Bridal Shower Hooker
Angela Aames
as Mrs. Klupner
Hugh McPhillips
as Father O'Donall
Michael Yama
as Japanese Businessman
Dorothy Bartlett
as Candy-Counter Lady
Milt [Lewis] Kogan
as Restaurant Customer
Elizabeth Arlen
as Garage Customer
Greg Norberg
as Restaurant Customer
Rebecca Perle
as Screaming Woman
Coleen Maloney
as Jean Store Customer
Arlee Reed
as Jean Store Customer
Pat Proft
as Screaming Man
Donald Thompson
as Schoolboy
Ben Slack
as Suitcase Man
Dean Dittman
as Elkshead Executive
Jim Hudson
as Neighbor
George Sasaki
as Japanese Businessman
Tad Horino
as Japanese Businessman
Kim Robinson
as Party Crasher
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Audience Reviews for Bachelor Party

Bachelor Party is a fun an entertaining movie, and this help with the friendship of Rick and his buddys. The film, stop of be so funny, just went the real party beggins. And on this point Bachelor Party, falling down. Rotten.

Lucas Martins
Lucas Martins

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I know it's just a movie about some guys who have a wild bachelor party, but it's very funny, has good actors, and it's just enjoyable to watch when you're super bored. It's not a great movie, but I like it.

Aj V
Aj V

Super Reviewer


If you can't enjoy this movie, I don't know what could possibly please you. This is one of the best comedies out there because it wasn't afraid to go extreme and have fun, while also appealing to all kinds of viewers. It's not some dumb guy movie, it has a real heart to it that most people should be able to find relative. Tom Hanks is always great at comedic roles, I only wish he'd do more. It's a total 80s theme, but instead of being discouraging it just adds to the carefree style of the movie.

Conner Rainwater
Conner Rainwater

Super Reviewer


If there was a monarchy to 1980's sex comedies then Bachelor Party would be their king. This is probably one of the crudest and tasteless films outside of the porno industry ever made, but it's still funny and entertaining as hell. Oscar Winner Tom Hanks stars as Rick, a guy about to get married to Debbie (Tawny Kitaen). His buddies want to throw him a massive bachelor party that turns into a circus featuring a stripper trying to have sex with a donkey (who's hyped up on drugs) and an excursion to Chippendales to play a prank on the bridal shower by having a freakishly large version of the male anatomy in a hot dog bun. Bachelor Party is good, tasteless humor that may offend some people out there, but most will find it hilarious. Yes, some of Tom Hanks schtick does get old after awhile buy overall the film is a pretty good romp.

Chris Garman
Chris Garman

Super Reviewer

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