The Hangover

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Warner Bros. Released 2009

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Director:
Todd Phillips
Released:
2009
Rating:
R

The Hangover is a story about groom-to-be Doug and his bachelor party in Las Vegas with wild best friend Phil, uptight Stu, and oddball future brother-in-law Alan. After a blowout bachelor party, the three groomsmen wake up with a trashed hotel, several injuries, and no memory of what happened. As they come to their senses they realize the groom is nowhere to be found, forcing them to try to retrace their steps and find Doug before his impending wedding. The more they uncover, the more trouble they get in and the more unbelievable the night becomes. Asian gangsters and a stolen tiger are just the beginning of the mess they have to clean up before it's too late.

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  • 90

    Variety Joe Leydon

    At once raucously free-wheeling and meticulously contrived, picture satisfies as a boys-gone-wild laff riot that also clicks as a seriocomic beat-the-clock detective story.

  • 80

    Los Angeles Times

    There is a sort of perverse brilliance or brilliant perverseness to be found in this story of a bachelor party gone terribly wrong.

  • 70

    The New York Times A.O. Scott

    But true to its title, The Hangover goes down smoothly enough and then kicks you in the head later on, when you start to examine the sources of your laughter.

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      • Production Budget - $35,000,000
        Domestic Gross - $277,322,503 (6th)
        Worldwide Gross - $467,483,912 (10th)

        Domestic adjusted for 2013 - $301,726,883
        Worldwide adjusted for 2013 - $508,622,496

      • Other production companies:
        Legendary Pictures
        Green Hat Films

      • Filming locations:
        Las Vegas, Nevada
        Los Angeles, California
        Rialto, California
        West Hollywood, California

      • Taglines:
        1. Easy, tiger!
        2. Where's Doug?
        3. Where the hell is my tiger?
        4. Feel it June 5
        5. I stole a police car?!
        6. Whose baby is this?
        7. Am I missing a tooth?
        8. Have you seen this man?
        9. What happened last night?
        10. You mess with the wrong guy.
        11. Well, technically I'm an escort!
        12. Some guys just can't handle Vegas.

      • Music:
        Who Let the Dogs Out
        Written by Anselm Douglas
        Performed by Baha Men
        Who Let the Dogs Out
        Written by Anselm Douglas
        Performed by Zach Galifianakis
        Joker & The Thief
        Performed by Wolfmother
        Yeah!
        Written by James Phillips, Ludacris, La Marquis Jefferson, Patrick J. Que Smith, Sean Garrett and Lil' Jon
        Performed by Usher Raymond featuring Ludacris and Lil' Jon
        Can't Tell Me Nothing
        Written by Kanye West, Aldrin Davis and Connie Mitchell
        Performed by Kanye West
        Live Your Life
        Written by Dan Balan, T.I., Makeba Riddick and Just Blaze
        Performed by T.I. featuring Rihanna
        Dragostea Din Tei
        Performed by O'Zone
        What Do You Say?
        Written by Mickey Avalon, Lil' Jon, Simon Rex and Armen Melik
        Performed by Mickey Avalon featuring Simon Rex & Andre Legacy
        King Kong Kitchie Kitchie Ki-Me-O
        Traditional
        Performed by Chubby Parker
        Grandma's Hands
        Written and Performed by Bill Withers
        Right Round
        Written by Pete Burns, Steve Coy, Flo Rida, Justin Scott Franks, Lukasz Gottwald, Allan Grigg, Philip Martin Lawrence II, Tim Lever, Bruno Mars and Mike Percy
        Performed by Flo Rida featuring Ke$ha
        Candy Shop
        Written by 50 Cent and Scott Storch
        Performed by Dan Finnerty
        Fame
        Written by Michael Gore and Dean Pitchford
        Performed by The Dan Band
        In the Air Tonight
        Written by Phil Collins
        Performed by Phil Collins
        In the Air Tonight
        Written by Phil Collins
        Performed by Mike Tyson
        Three Best Friends
        Written by Zach Galifianakis
        Performed by Zach Galifianakis
        Stu's Song
        Written by Todd Phillips and Ed Helms
        Performed by Ed Helms
        Thirteen
        Written by Glenn Danzig
        Performed by Danzig
        Take It Off
        Written by Brett Anderson, Maya Ford, Allison Robertson and Torry Castellano
        Performed by The Donnas
        Iko Iko
        Written by Rosa Lee Hawkins, Barbara Ann Hawkins and Joan Marie Johnson
        Performed by The Belle Stars
        It's Now or Never
        Written by Aaron Schröder, Wally Gold, Eduardo Di Capua, Giovanni Capurro and Alfredo Mazzucchi
        Performed by 'El Vez'
        Ride the Sky II
        Written by Jason Hampton and Mike Vallely
        Performed by Revolution Mother
        Fever
        Written by Eddie Cooley and Otis Blackwell
        Performed by The Cramps
        Wedding Bells (Are Breaking up That Old Gang of Mine)
        Written by Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal and William Raskin
        Performed by Gene Vincent & His Blue Caps
        Rhythm and Booze
        Written by Buck Owens
        Performed by Treat Her Right
        Ride The Sky II
        Performed by 'Revolution Mother'

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    facing danger, funny fat guy, dumb friends, Slapstick, Dark Comedy