If you read the DVD cover you will immediately think about "Hangover." Unfortunately the script writing lacks the cleverness and cohesiveness of a "Hangover" script. The film is about a British band that try to piece together the events of the previous night in a haphazard fashion. Eddie (Scott Rosa) is the voice of reason and songwriter for the group. Chas (Michael Graziadei) is the drummer who does more drugs than is humanly possible, even for Keith Richards. Toss (Flood Reed) is a crude unlikeable guitarist who's only goal is to use women. Gunther (John Joyce) is the fourth member of the band. The writers ignored him for much of the film. They wake up to a trashed house and a dead guy in the pool. All the action takes place at this one residence. There are some funny scenes and lines, but over all the movie lacked any type of rhythm. Chas resembled Zach Galifianakis which was a plus, but the added two characters of Toss and Gunther did more to hinder the story than add to it. The band girls were underutilized. The film has a certain amount of crudeness as expected for this genre, with a few scenes being more crude than funny. Watching a bunch of guys play beer pong is boring. It is an acceptable young adult romp rental at best. Good for a few laughs. Parental Guide: F-bomb, sex, nudity
Some people drink to forget. Rock stars drink to remember.
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April 12, 2019