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Mike Schilling

it was giving the blonde and I an excuse

Lance, say it ain't so!

Dan Leo



Stu's problem is that he's a nice guy. He gets the babe by learning how not to be so nice. It makes him a better man.

Whut? I LIKE nice guys. Not Nice Guys(TM), but real nice guys. I make it a point not to hang with assholes, no matter how attractive some of them sometimes are. It never ends well.

I'm gonna have to see The Hangover. Whoever that guy is on the phone in the first picture, he's hawt.


I'm pretty disappointed that you are so positive about this misogynistic dreck. Explain to me why (both) women in this movie with more than ~3 lines need to be -- literally -- cheating, emasculating bitches or whores. Why pedophilia is played for laughs. Why a rapist -- an actual convicted rapist -- appears in the movie and it's supposed to be funny.

I will grant you that there are some funny lines, and there are some unconventional elements of this movie that do make it stand out from the typical buddy-comedy genre. But I kinda felt sick after I watched it, and it really makes me sad to see it do so well at the box office.


Finally a movie Lance and I can agree on. Yes, "The Hangover" is all that, and maybe even more. I too liked the fact that they didn't explain too much about it (although that was something of an issue with the bad guy, at least for me). Plus, this movie has perhaps the funniest credit sequence in the history of cinema. No, I'm not lying. See it and tell me I'm wrong -- I dare you.

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