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Ghost Canyon

'I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell'
(Matt Czuchry, Geoff Stults, Jesse Bradford, Traci Lords, et al / DVD / NR / (2009) 2010 / 20th Century Fox)

Overview: When a tireless and charismatic novelty seeker tricks his buddy into lying to his fiancée so they can celebrate his last days of bachelorhood in proper style, it won’t just be the devil to pay!

DVD Verdict: Of course the film can't capture all the elements of the book that made it so much fun, but that's true with just about every book-to-movie adaptations. The tales from book are all tailored in to one event to make this movie flow which I didn't mind at all, instead of watching a bunch of short stories.

This movie is about Tucker and his friend's adventure to celebrate a bachelor party with a hidden agenda. The dialect of this film was hilarious to me, I was crying laughing and on the verge of peeing my pants. There are very funny one liners though out.

Regardless if you're offended by him or you support him, believe the stories or not... you have to admit, Tucker Max has a talent to tell a story. Again, if you've read the book or know who Tucker Max is you already know what you're in for, if not, well it's not exactly the most PC movie. Be prepared for crude jokes about women-I'm a girl and completely loved it regardless.

I recommend this movie and the book to college kids. It's just a guy writing about all of the shenanigans he got into in his early 20's. This is a Widescreen presentation (1.85:1) enhanced for 16x9 TVs and comes with the Special Features of:

17 Deleted Scenes