Greg Germann (Bill) and Wyatt Oleff (J.T.) have both appeared in Once Upon A Time as Hades and Young Rumpelstiltskin. See more »
At the funeral in the beginning of the movie, the corpse is breathing. See more »
Any guy would gladly get up to his nuts in her guts, okay? That's not up for dispute here.
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During the end credits, a callback is made to the opening monologue when Sammy, aka Barry's Barry, shows up at the wedding. Sammy methodically makes his way around the wedding harassing guests while Barry's friends look on in disgusted wonder. See more »
I see there aren't many reviews for this movie yet. Therefore I should let you know that this is a funny but very crude comedy. Definitely not for the kids. You don't even need to be a prude to be offended by this; I think any normal person probably *should* be offended by the antics of Barry, a chubby party animal, and his socially inappropriate girlfriend Mia, played by Lucy Punch.
Tyler Labine handles the lead role with confidence, and whose career looks ready to blast off. Lucy Punch is also very effective as Barry's partner in crime.
The film loses a lot of steam in the second half. But there's a steady drumbeat of funny situations to keep you entertained, sort of like watching The Simpsons. Have fun.
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