Bachelor Party. Good sense says. Parents state

Bachelor Party. Good sense says. Parents state

  • R
  • 1984
  • 105 moments

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Message, when there is one, appears that real love, even for the wild-and-crazy man like Rick, might survive incredible temptation (though sour undercurrent is the fact that all Rick’s married friends regret leaving bachelorhood behind and you will need to talk him from the wedding). Side theme that aristocratic, rich people are uptight and unpleasant; low-class dudes like Rick are far more tolerant, fun, and possibly also ethically superior (needless to say, imagine whom the mark market for Bachelor Party was? ).

Bad part models abound in this party-guy wish-fulfillment, utilizing the qualifier that Rick, for several their bawdiness, is faithful to live-in fiancee Debbie, even yet in a hyper-sexual environment, and protects her from a suitor that is obsessed. Rick’s motley pals that are wedded are unhappy (one’s equal suicidal) in regards to the concept of wedding. Like in many comedies, rich individuals (Debbie’s household) are unpleasant snobs. A man that is black — in a racial-reversal gag, an Asian Indian — are stereotypical pimps. Resort roomful of Japanese guys depicted as lechers.

A fist battle. An assassination that is threatened crossbow. A wife that is jealous up her spouse. A character tangled up and dangled outside a screen.

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