There are days we just want to see those movies that will make you laugh uncontrollably! Over the years, numerous projects address the situation where friends are in conflict with their lives and decide to enjoy a drunkenness without thinking about tomorrow and in many chaos the consequences of these acts end up generating a series of confusions!
Seeking to reflect on the topic and for you reader who wants to have a good laugh, we separate below 5 Movies That Show Huge Hangovers and Their Aftermath:
Directed by American Actor, Writer and Filmmaker Steve Pink, The hangover introduces us to four friends who come together after distant times for a resort to enjoy and remember the countless history. But after a big binge, they end up waking up in the mid-80s, having the chance or not to rewrite their stories. Available on MGM streaming.
Project X – A Party Out of Control
Who hasn’t dreamed of having a big party and calling all the acquaintances of the school/college and for it to be remembered wherever they go? In X project, three friends overdo the dose and hold a big celebration filled with confusion. With pogo sticks, drinks, flying dogs, a rude gnome, and a lot of jinx, the director’s feature Nima Nourizadeh promises to bring lots of fun. Available on HBO Max and Netflix.
If You Drink, Don’t Marry!
One of the great comedy successes of recent times, which won other sequel films, If You Drink, Don’t Marry! debuted in theaters without much hype in 2009 and gradually became a huge success. In the plot, a group of friends go to celebrate the bachelor party of one of them and wake up the next morning full of unusual situations that they need to understand how they happened. Directed by Todd Phillips (joker) and starring Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms e Zach Galifianakis.
Made for fun without any pretense of delving into deep existential questions, in 2004, a film hit the screens that would stay in the memory of generations and generations: Eurotrip – Passport to Confusion. Directed by filmmaker Jeff Schaffer, his first and only work as a director of a feature film, the project is a curious combination of very funny scenes, far from being politically correct, that entertains from start to finish. To be the icing on the cake, a bubblegum song composed for one of the characters became a meeting place for laughter and laughter for a whole generation of moviegoers. Available at Globoplay.
In this comedy released in 2013 and available on Netflix, we follow the saga of friends who celebrate the birthday of one of them, who is about to take an important test in the next few hours, in a very intense way. The feature film is signed by the filmmakers Jon Lucas e Scott Moore.