I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell

Movie information

Rated R: Restricted (Under 17 Requires Accompanying Parent or Adult Guardian) -- Rated R for nudity, strong sexual content including graphic dialogue throughout, language and some crude material.
Released on:
September 25, 2009 (limited)

Production Companies:
The Collective Studios, Darko Entertainment, Pink Slip Pictures
Distributors:
Freestyle Releasing

Status: Released

Cast:
Jesse Bradford, Matt Czuchry, Keri Lynn Pratt, Geoff Stults, Marika Dominczyk, Denise Quinones, Traci Lords

Director: Bob Gosse

Screenwriter: Tucker Max, Nils Parker
Script: Novel Adaptation

Genre: Comedy
About the film:
I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell–based on the shocking, ridiculous and hilarious real life adventures of Tucker Max–is the story of an impromptu bachelor party gone horribly awry thanks to a midget, a fat girl, a gaggle of strippers, an overly restrictive public intoxication ordinance, and the consequence of Tucker's unflinching narcissism.

A tireless and charismatic novelty seeker, Tucker (Matt Czuchry) tricks his buddy Dan (Geoff Stults) into lying to his fiancée Kristy (Keri Lynn Pratt), so they can go to a legendary strip club three and a half hours away to celebrate Dan's last days of bachelorhood in proper style. Tucker drags their misanthropic friend Drew (Jesse Bradford) along for the ride, and before they know it Tucker's pursuit of a hilarious carnal interest lands Dan in serious trouble with both the law and his future wife.

The ensuing blowout leaves Tucker uninvited to the wedding and ankle deep in a mess of his own creation. If he wants back into the wedding and the lives of his best friends, he'll have to find a way to balance the demands of friendship with his own narcissism and selfishness.
Rated R for nudity, strong sexual content including graphic dialogue throughout, language and some crude material.
Box Office: Opening weekend: $366,909 (120 theaters) | Domestic Total: $1.43 mil.
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