I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell
Based on the best-selling autobiographical book by Tucker Max about his
antics as a young adult, this comedy is funny in parts, but flat in
others. It portrays Tucker as a total and unlikable dipshit who mistreats
women in very mean ways (which he may well be, who knows?), and generally
left me underwhelmed. I suspect the book is better.
Tucker convinces his two best friends, one of whom is getting married,
to travel 300 miles to a stripper bar to celebrate his bachelor party.
What he doesn't tell them is his main interest in the trip is to see a
stripper who is a little person, with hopes of bedding her.
The trip is one disaster after another, resulting in the bachelor being
beaten within an inch of his life, and thrown into jail. The good news:
Tucker screwed the midget, but also got disinvited to the wedding. How can
he make amends, especially after drinking a beer spiked by a heavyset
woman he was verbally abusing, resulting in him crapping all over the
Yeah, you get it. A great deal of this movie is more disgusting than
funny, including the way the main character treats women. Not one I'd