August 13, 2009

[The HangOver]

"Do they dream of mauling zebra or Halle Berry in her cat woman suit~"

Ed Helms - Stu's Song

One hilarious movie, don't you agree? ;)
I can't stop listening to the "Stu's Song", one short song made in the middle of mess with a tiger in the hilarious that can possibly be!? *rotflol*

This movie really kicks the laugh outta me no matter how many times I've watched it. Totally hype this movie because it's naturally funny, doesn't look like an act out to me. So entertaining, watching this movie really made my it!
All the characters fascinate me in their own way, like Alan with all his ridiculous acts and thoughts (especially the way he stands carrying the cute baby..ahahahahah), and Stu with his song for sure and marriage with the stripper (Heather Graham rocks, what a beauty).
Gosh this movie is really funny in its own way, one movie that will definitely be on my "fave movies of all time" list.

"Alan Garner: You guys might not know this, but I consider myself a bit of a loner. I tend to think of myself as a one-man wolf pack. But when my sister brought Doug home, I knew he was one of my own. And my wolf pack... it grew by one. So there... there were two of us in the wolf pack... I was alone first in the pack, and then Doug joined in later. And six months ago, when Doug introduced me to you guys, I thought, "Wait a second, could it be?" And now I know for sure, I just added two more guys to my wolf pack. Four of us wolves, running around the desert together, in Las Vegas, looking for strippers and cocaine. So tonight, I make a toast! "

"Mr. Chow: [as Mr. Chow closes his car window slowly, his head trails the closing gap] Toodooloo mother fuckers!"

"Phil Wenneck: [his answering machine message] Hey, this is Phil. Leave me a message, or don't, but do me a favor: don't text me, it's gay."

"Alan Garner: You probably get this a lot. This isn't the real Caesar's Palace is it?
Lisa: What do you mean?
Alan Garner: Did, umm... did Caesar live here?
Lisa: No.



The Hangover is a funny movie, flat out, all the way through. Its setup is funny. Every situation is funny. Most of the dialogue is funny almost line by line."
- Roger Ebert

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