With a title like this I am sure that this is one of those movies that people either love or hate, but will check out, if for nothing else then for the reasons of curiosity. I’d like to start with a personal note that I am sick of movies about these rich, carefree, we’re-having-so-much-fun people. In world where the number of people who are able to afford the minimum amount of things they would like is dwindling, these douchebags seem like a fork in the anus. Just an observation. Now, lets get back to the actual movie that is pretty much generic mainstream comedy with the exception of the subject of orgies. And even the orgy isn’t a real orgy, there is some nudity but nothing that would suggest that this is an orgy movie. If you want to see a real orgy movie check out Caligula [1979] with Malcolm McDowell, Peter O’Toole and Helen Mirren, it’s not a comedy but it certainly better tackles this subject (not going into porn). I just can’t adopt Jason Sudeikis as a smooth-talking player who hooks up with all the girls, he seems too bland to be that guy, but the rest of the cast is great with a lot of pretty girls (did someone say Lake Bell, yummy) and Tyler Labine doing his thing.

A bunch of 30-year-olds is having time of their life at their theme parties with various subjects and appropriate costumes at. Alcohol and sex are obligatory(without drugs, what a shame), and it seems that the fun is going to last all summer. The guy who is throwing these parties, Eric (Jason Sudeikis), at one of them meets a girl that seems to be just perfect for him, but soon his father, the owner of the party-house shows up and decides to sell it. Faced with this devastating decision, they decide to have one last party, or should I say orgy. This will test their friendships, relationships and world views, as they slowly prepare for the biggest party of their lives…

Directors: Alex Gregory, Peter Huyck

Cast: Jason Sudeikis, Leslie Bibb, Lake Bell, Michelle Borth, Nick Kroll, Tyler Labine, Angela Sarafyan

Fun Facts: The parties that inspired the film are based on those thrown by co-director/writer Peter Huyck in and around his southern Californian home. These bashes have included Trekkie, pirate and jailbreak themes where Huyck and up to 100 guests take over venues and don costumes, from Star Trek gear to prison jumpsuits.

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IMDb Link: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1231586/

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