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  • However, although there were some funny and witty moments, I was disappointed
  • It had good moments, when I did laugh out loud, but I found that I was continually waiting for the time when I would laugh so hard that I would be crying, but it never happened
  • The acting is all forgettable, unfortunately, and it is pretty bad when my favourite part of the movie is the cameo small role of Mike Tyson, played by Mike Tyson
  • The whole issue of them stealing Tyson’s pet tiger was my favourite part of the entire movie

    • by Jessie Bahrey
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      I was expecting big things when I rented The Hangover on DVD; I expected, given the trailers and my friends’ views, that I would be laughing uproariously the entire time. However, although there were some funny and witty moments, I was disappointed. It had good moments, when I did laugh out loud, but I found that I was continually waiting for the time when I would

      laugh so hard that I would be crying, but it never happened.

      The premise of Doug, who is getting married in two days, going to Vegas for a couple of nights of partying with his future brother-in-law and two buddies is certainly a good base for a comedy. The morning after, when none of them can remember anything from the night before and Doug is missing, is tragic and funny at the same time. The tiger in the bathroom and the baby in the hotel room are indications that some bad and weird stuff went down the night before, so the quest to find out what happened, and therefore finding Doug, becomes the central storyline of the movie. The acting is all forgettable, unfortunately, and it is pretty bad when my favourite ...


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      part of the movie is the cameo small role of Mike Tyson, played by Mike Tyson. The whole issue of them stealing Tyson’s pet tiger was my favourite part of the entire movie. The only time any of the characters is developed at all is when one of Doug’s buddies, who is unhappily married to a real horrible woman, falls in love with the stripper (and
      mother of the baby in their room) who he apparently married the night before. This is a somewhat touching part of the film, but any touching moments or character developments are few and far between.

      Although it certainly wasn’t the worst comedy I have seen, The Hangover was not the laugh-a-minute movie that was promised by the trailers. It is worth seeing, but don’t have expectations of greatness.




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