Best Night Ever
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Bride-to-be Claire, her sister Leslie, fun-loving Zoe, and quirky new friend Janet set off to Las Vegas for a one-night bachelorette party that turns out to be more than they bargained for. A series of unexpected adventures including, getting kicked out of a strip club, being mugged and getting pummeled by the Las Vegas' reigning gelatin-wrestling champion, Veronica, rip them from the glitz and glamour of the Las Vegas strip and places them smack dab in Vegas' seedy underbelly. Determined to keep their bachelorette party dreams alive, the girls band together and embark on the wildest… More

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"Anyone who can sit through the whole thing and smile approvingly afterward gets my sympathy, and also probably deserves some kind of award for delivering a performance more convincing than any ever seen in one of their films."
‑ Todd Gilchrist, TheWrap
"Best Night Ever seems marketed to women but made for frat house consumption."
‑ Heather Baysa, Village Voice
"Friedberg and Seltzer trade in one gimmick for another."
‑ Kevin Carr, 7M Pictures
"This is an awful picture from start to finish -- a cruel cinematic joke perpetrated by two filmmakers who've turned failure into daily business."
‑ Brian Orndorf,
"The filmmakers make sure their female protagonists constantly look immature and irresponsible, and are intent on punishing them for wanting to have a good time."
‑ Abbey Bender, Slant Magazine
"Serial spoofers Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer hit a new low with their first 'original' comedy."
‑ Joe Leydon, Variety
"What's right about Best Night Ever begins and ends with its cast, who have a nice rapport. The film, however, settles into a manic groove that is at once nonsensical and familiar."
‑ Brent Simon,
"Comedy requires a more delicate, specific touch, but here, the air is slowly let out of the balloon as the scenes limp forward."
‑ Sheila O'Malley,
"These quote-unquote filmmakers have nothing to offer the world of comedy or film and I've given up trying to figure out why people keep giving them money."
‑ Edward Douglas,
"Likely to be appreciated only by homeless viewers who need a quiet place to nap during the cold months of winter ..."
‑ Ignatiy Vishnevetsky, AV Club
"Nearly every one of the film's attempts at comedy is clichéd, tasteless, or forced-sometimes all three at once"
‑ Jen Chaney, The Dissolve
"The film tries to make up for the lack of an original story with over-the-top antics that, most of the time, aren't funny."
‑ Christine N. Ziemba, Paste Magazine
"Doesn't live up to its title, but it has more than its share of surprising bridesmaids-behaving-badly laughs."
‑ Roger Moore, McClatchy-Tribune News Service
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