Made 24 years after Bachelor Party and having nothing at all to do with it, this was directed by James Ryan and written by Neal Israel, Pat Proft and Jay Longino from a story by Bob Israel.
Ron (Josh Cooke) is going to marry Melinda (Sara Foster), as long as he makes it through the bachelor party. Her brother Todd (Warren Christie) thinks Ron isn’t good enough for his sister, so he makes sure that that party gets Ron in trouble. Maybe he’s right, because all of Ron’s friends are pretty dumb: the do-nothing Jason (Greg Pitts), nerdy Seth (Danny Jacobs) and three-time marriage failure Derek (Harland Williams).
That said, nice girl dancer Eva (Emmanuelle Vaugier, Addison Corday from Saw II and Saw IV) is really the right girl. But whatever — this movie is so set in its ways. Audrey Landers is the mom, so that’s kind of cool, I guess. You could do better and watch her and her sister Judt in Deadly Twins.
I mean, the height of wit in this is that the guys end up sleeping with Aryan strippers. Should I expect anything of a past its expiration sequel to Bachelor Party? Yeah, I should. That movie had not just. Tom Hanks, but Tawny Kitaen, Michael Dudikoff and Ginger Lynn. Come on, Israel and Proft. You guys made, well, Moving Violations and Surf Ninjas. Ah, never mind, Neal. But Pat, you wrote Police Academy, Real Genius and Naked Gun. Come on, dude.