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The Bachelor Weekend (The Stag)A modern groom-to-be decides to have a great bachelor party in the outdoors with his friends. When the bride’s brother appears suddenly and becomes leader which leads them to unexpected consequences.Genre: ComedyCountry: United StatesDuration: 94 minQuality: HDRelease: 2013IMDb: 6.1Keywords:
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Directors of "The Bachelor Weekend (The Stag)"John Butler
Creators of "The Bachelor Weekend (The Stag)"John ButlerPeter McDonaldBirthdate: 28 January 1972, Dublin, Ireland
Critic Reviews of "The Bachelor Weekend (The Stag)"RogerEbert.comMay 02, 2014
It succumbs to a few too many clichés and paper-thin characterizations to fulfill its potential.Hollywood ReporterMay 01, 2014
Formulaic but effective comedy survives a performance that first threatens to overwhelm it.VarietyMay 01, 2014
Though formulaic and cartoonish, this feel-good comedy... is the sort of harmless entertainment that fuels inactive evenings in front of the tube and helps pass the time on long flights.Time OutMarch 12, 2014
The Stag is formulaic and schmaltzy, and its endless 'gay' jokes jar with its warm-hearted message - but it coasts along on an undeniable likeability.Birmingham MailOctober 10, 2014
The script turns decidedly adult at times, but the content, themes and dilemmas and childish sense of fun almost give this more in common with Nativity 2 than The Hangover series.Killer Movie ReviewsMay 18, 2014
this brisk and deadpan character study has such charm, and such bite, that the familiar tropes rise above the cliché.Blu-ray.comMay 15, 2014
Weekend does a fine job avoiding expectations, while the cast is simply perfect, managing pathos and punchlines with superb timing and feeling.We Got This CoveredMay 02, 2014
The stripped down, character centric antics of The Stag are admirable (especially considering the stigma of the bachelor party movie subgenre), though one can't help but to think that a tad more outlandishness would have done it some good.The PlaylistMay 02, 2014
For all the hemming and hawing and male bonding, The Bachelor Weekend is, first and foremost, utterly adorable.Hollywood & FineApril 30, 2014
The dialogue crackles and the comic action escalates in unexpected ways that will surprise you into guffaws..provides laughter with a regularity that is not to be sniffed at.Birmingham PostMarch 21, 2014
If you're in the mood for a warm-hearted Irish stag party comedy drama, then look no further.Observer (UK)March 16, 2014
The men bicker and bond, with old rivalries and new acceptances blossoming among the bared buttocks and breast beatings.
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