A blowout Las Vegas bachelor party turns into a race against time when three hung-over groomsmen awaken after a night of drunken debauchery to find that the groom has gone missing, and attempt to get him to the alter in time for his wedding. In 48 hours, Doug is scheduled to walk down the aisle, effectively ending his reign as a rowdy bachelor. Realizing that this is their last blowout with their best friend, Doug's groomsmen organize a Sin City bachelor bash he'll never forget. The next morning, the groomsmen come to in their Caesar's Palace suite to find a tiger in the bathroom and a six-month-old baby tucked away in the closet. Unfortunately, Doug is nowhere to be found. With no memory of the previous night's transgressions and precious little time to spare, the trio sets out in a hazy attempt to retrace their steps and discover exactly where things went wrong. Will they find Doug in time to get him to the wedding back in Los Angeles, or will his bride experience the sharp sting of disappointment when she walks down the aisle to discover that her future husband is nowhere to be found? Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis, and Heather Graham star in a rambunctious comedy from Old School director Todd Phillips.~Jason Buchanan
Special features on Blu-ray:
Picture-in-picture commentary featuring Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis, Ed Helms and Todd Phillips
Cursing mash-ups: hilarious compilation of all the @#$%! cursing in the @#$%! film
Iron Mike online teaser: the champ's rendition of "in the air tonight"
Additional special features:
More pictures from the missing camera - more photos exposing the events from the night of mayhem
Map of destruction - retrace each step the guys took during their fate-filled evening and see the real locations, learn about Las Vegas lore and see the filming that took place there
The madness of Ken Jeong - Ken Jeong's nonstop hilarious improv
Action mash-up - compilation of the physical comedy from the film
Three best friends song - Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis "freestyle" their own song
Great Movie! The discs play just fine. but on the copy I received, the disc labeled theatrical version is actually the unrated version and disc labeled unrated version is actually the theatrical version. Weird and confusing. Didn't really care for the unrated version because there's nothing actually "unrated" about the the extra scenes. An unrated version where nothing "unrated" actually happens". What a concept. I never would've watch the unrated version if not for the mix up in mislabeling discs. And to all those complaining about having to sit though upwards of 10 minutes of ads every time you start up the disc, the second disc in this edition goes right to main menu after the FBI warning.