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    A Few Best Men

    'A Few Best Men' is a hilarious story about the young man on the threshold of marriage. He and his friends play together before the marriage, and even bring these stunts on their wedding day.
    Duration: 97 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2012
    IMDb: 5.7
    (3) Voted
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  • Actors of "A Few Best Men"

  • Characters of "A Few Best Men"

    Mia. Character of A Few Best Men
    Played by: Laura Brent
    David Locking. Character of A Few Best Men
    Played by: Xavier Samuel
    Tom. Character of A Few Best Men
    Played by: Kris Marshall
    Graham. Character of A Few Best Men
    Played by: Kevin Bishop
    Luke. Character of A Few Best Men
    Played by: Tim Draxl
    Maureen. Character of A Few Best Men
    Daphne. Character of A Few Best Men
    Played by: Rebel Wilson
    Kal. Character of A Few Best Men
    Played by: Oliver Torr
    Ray. Character of A Few Best Men
    Eddie Marshall. Character of A Few Best Men
    Played by: Alan Cinis
    Yanni the New Age Harpist. Character of A Few Best Men
    Played by: Guy Gross
  • Directors of "A Few Best Men"

    Stephan Elliott. Director of A Few Best Men
    Stephan Elliott
    Birthdate: 27 August 1964, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
  • Creators of "A Few Best Men"

    Dean Craig. Director of A Few Best Men
    Dean Craig
    Birthdate: 25 October 1974, London, England, UK
  • Critic Reviews of "A Few Best Men"

    Time Out
    August 28, 2012

    Frivolous stuff, but there's a sour edge to the silliness, with far more gay panic colouring the jokes than you'd expect from the director of 'The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.'

    Common Sense Media
    June 23, 2015

    Vulgar, trite comedy filled with drug use and sex.

    Movie Chambers
    May 20, 2015

    What really got on my nerves, more than the appallingly bad jokes and sight gags, is the terrible music that haunts the film from start to finish.

    November 25, 2013

    From most vantage points, A Few Best Men seems like a real movie. It has a "story," "characters," & even scenes that superficially appear to contain "jokes," but many sketches are ultimately just that; sketches that stop short of offering moments of wit.

    The List
    September 10, 2012

    An out-and-out failure.

    Radio Times
    September 06, 2012

    A largely unfunny blend of frantic farce and gross-out humour.

    Shadows on the Wall
    September 04, 2012

    This Australian Hangover-style ensemble comedy strains so hard to be funny that it barely raises a smile
    September 04, 2012

    Director Elliott (Priscilla Queen of the Desert) tells this story with an odd combination of tourist-bureau style backdrops and full-on slapstick mayhem

    The Sun (UK)
    September 03, 2012

    When it eventually does let loose and go for some big gross out laughs - like feeding a sheep laxatives - it starts to work, but it's too little too late.

    Observer (UK)
    September 03, 2012

    When embarrassment fails to be funny, it ends up as truly excruciating, and such is the case here.

    Irish Times
    August 31, 2012

    This stomach-churningly dreadful film proves that our friends in the Southern Hemisphere can scrape corners of the barrel inaccessible to even the most fetid American imaginations.

    Daily Express (UK)
    August 31, 2012

    No question this is dumb and derivative and the characters are generally obnoxious but it's raucous, energetic and enlivened by a game Olivia Newton-John ...

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