Best Movie Bachelor Party Scenes
Zach Galifianakis, Ed Helms, Bradley Cooper
Everyone loves a good bachelor party, but more often than not, they get a little too crazy or out of hand. In The Hangover (hitting theaters June 5), three groomsmen take their buddy to Las Vegas to say goodbye to singlehood. After a night of drunken debauchery, the guys wake up to find that something is missing — the groom. In honor of the new comedy's arrival, we looked back at some of the big screen's most hilarious bachelor parties.
In this classic '80s flick starring Tom Hanks, a bunch of guys are determined to throw their friend the ultimate bachelor party. In this clip, Rick (Hanks) and his buddies are introduced to Nick, a needless-to-say well-endowed Chippendale's dancer.
What happens when some best buds try to plan a bachelor party unaware that the groom-to-be is out with his soon-to-be parents-in-law? Let's just say it involves handcuffs, slapping and Stifler shouting, "This is awesome!"
The Wedding Singer
Heartbroken after spying the girl of his dreams (Drew Barrymore) in her wedding dress, Robbie (Adam Sandler) goes out to get drunk. He runs into Glenn, who is out celebrating his bachelor party, surrounded by women he has no qualms about cheating with. After an exchange of words, Glenn decks the down-on-his-luck Robbie and tells him to go write a song about it.
Very Bad Things
There are so many moments to choose from here, as the entire star-studded 1998 flick is about a bachelor party gone very wrong. In this scene, Christian Slater's character tries to book the um, "women" for the party — while holding an open house at the same time.
Bachelor Party Vegas
The opening of this 2006 comedy (starring House's Kal Penn) sums up the "10 Commandments" for an unforgettable bachelor party, as passed down by generations of the best man's family. Said list dictates that the extravaganza must take place in Vegas, and that its goal is to have the groom experience the most unforgettable 48 hours of his life. We'll let you review the rest.
A Guy Thing
After waking up from his bachelor party with another woman in his bed — namely, his fiancée's cousin! — Paul (Jason Lee) visits Becky (Julia Stiles) to clear up the "misunderstanding."
We must give a shout-out to the daring Anne Hathaway, who challenges and clearly dominates Kate Hudson's character to a dance-off during her bachelorette party. Did we mention the dance-off took place on the stage at a strip club?