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Plot: Five best friends from college reunite 10 years later for a wild bachelorette weekend in Miami. Their hard partying takes a hilariously dark turn when they accidentally kill a male stripper. Amidst the craziness of trying to cover it up, they're ultimately brought closer together when it matters… Runtime: 101 min Release Date: 16 Jun 2017
It's the movie that make you feel "hey I'm not to old yet even if I'm 30 or 40 life is funny" Really I went to the theater and all the crowd laughed so hard. It's all the point of the movie , to be fun and stupid, to show us we can take life easy, also it's about friendship and it's so cute.It's basically for girls to go and watch with you BFFs I came with no mood to the movie cause I had a hard day, and went out from it really cheerful :
Ignore the boys and repressed women who hate it. Just don't take granny (by alex-vaewsorn)
I really liked how unexpected most elements to the film were. And Zoe Kravitz is so damn hot. Scarlett Johansen does really well, she's good at being herself. The others are excellent, though Jillian Bell isn't great. Paul Downs was very good, wonderful to see Broad City infiltrating Hollywood. Ilana and co. nailed it
hilarious (by xtremenarutopk)
I honestly made an IMDb account just so that I could write this review - I found it absolutely hilarious. Shocked with the negative review. I found the humour original and was laughing through the whole movie. I also enjoyed the storyline and despite it being a comedy, I was eager to see how they resolve the 'issue'. Maybe I don't watch enough of this kind of comedy, but I loved it and it is definitely now one of my favourite movies.
It's a movie about crazy shenanigans (by cassiegreeley)
This movie is really fun. Is it an Oscar winner? No. Is it the funniest movie I've ever seen? No. Does a 5/10 average review do it justice? Not at all. This is a great movie for the genre it's in, and I got a good laugh.
Well, I liked it (by jwwalrath-227-85487)
Well, I liked it. It's not perfect, but I did find it fun even if every joke wasn't laugh-out-loud. I'd consider buying it. The first third before the death is the least funny part. The weakest jokes dominate this segment. Also, the character traits and their paths are all obvious, I admit this. But after it hits the fan, things get crazy. Things get increasingly insane throughout. Watching the characters panic and act weird was entertaining. As always, Kate McKinnon steals the show as the oddest one.
Weekend at Bernies meets Bridesmaids (by DarkVulcan29)
Old college friends Scarlett Johansson, Jillian Bell, Zoe Kravitz, and llano Glazer , decide to spend a good night of fun, and another friend Kate McKinnon comes along for the ride. When one of them hires a male stripper, then a fun night soon turns dark when they accidentally kill him. Will they make it out okay? Nice to Scarlett Johansson do a comedy, she mostly has been in drama or action, but I gotta say she was pretty funny. The other females here also don't disappoint, Bell, Kravitz, Glazer and McKinnon all play off each other quite well. I really brought there friendship, and that <more>
they all had a history together. A well done dark comedy, very funny, and raunchy, but not to over the top. I also liked the way the characters where not portrayed in a one dimensional way. If your are looking for a film to see with your friends, then check Rough Night out.
Fans of R-rated gross-out comedies: Rejoice! (by 2001ASOfan)
Stop reading right now if you find gross-out comedies repulsive and don't like legitimate, well-known actors doing disgusting things that could ruin you for seeing them in any more serious efforts in the future. I love seeing actors let their hair down and go for it in the spirit of having a good time themselves and more importantly making audiences laugh while doing so, and "Rough Night" is a very good example of exactly that. Everyone here clearly had a terrific time on set, I have no doubt some of the funniest dialogue was improvised, and that kind of free-spirited energy <more>
spills over for the benefit of any willing audience members who are there to go along for the ride and have a good time, too. Yes, the film could've used a quicker editing pace, does flag just a bit a few times, and cutting it to a 90-minute-ish running time would've likely made it an even tighter, funnier, zippier ride. But I mean to emphasize the most important thing: I laughed--a lot, and so did the audience around me. All of the main ensemble are a hoot, and one of the reasons I love this genre of comedy is discovering new talented comedians I didn't know before, usually in smaller supporting roles--here it's Paul W. Downs as a soon-to-be-married "6" out of 10--the script's reasoning for his friends rating him a 6 are hilarious who decides no one's going to stand him up at the altar. His efforts to fight back are easily one of the best running gags in the film. I'm a huge fan of Kate McKinnon's--sometimes just the way she facially reacts to other actors' lines can have me lost in belly laughs--and she's a standout here, but everyone genuinely pitches in and goes for it--and I love 'em for it! Good comedies are so rare these days, and I run to every one on opening weekend to pay to support them, hoping more will be made. Overall the mainstream multiplex movie fare leaves me wanting these days, and I hope all-out comedies, there for no other reason than to make us laugh and lighten our days, never go away.