Kyle Fisher (Jon Favreau), days away from his wedding, welcomes his bachelor party weekend as a chance to break free from his Bridezilla fiancée Laura (Cameron Diaz). Along with his best friend Charles (Leland Orser), his friends Michael (Jeremy Piven), and Boyd (Christian Slater), and Michael’s brother Adam (Daniel Stern), they celebrate in a Las Vegas hotel room — complete with drinking, drugs, and a stripper (Kobe Tai).
However, trouble begins when Michael accidentally kills the stripper in the hotel bathroom. When a security guard finds her body, he threatens to call the police but is killed by Boyd. Boyd takes charge of the group and devises a plan to dispose of the bodies by burying them in the desert. Everyone grudgingly goes through with the plan, but soon guilt and nerves begin to destroy the group.
I have some serious problems with this movie. It forces us to watch a truly horrific situation where they fundamental morality of these characters is shattered and it tries to play itself as cool and hip. films like Happiness work far better. We marvel at the genius of direction and dialogue just as we are shocked by the characters. An incredibly mediocre presentation makes watching this film irritating and sad.