Ultimate 2000s Blogathon Finale: The Hangover (2009) by Drew’s Movie Reviews

In the final entry of the Ultimate 2000s Blogathon, I discuss what defined comedy films during the 2000s and review my favorite comedy film of the decade: The Hangover.

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Time sure flies by! Ultimate 2000s Blogathon is at its final finale post with my awesome co-host Drew sharing his review of 2009 comedy, The Hangover. He takes an in-depth look at the comedies that influenced 2000s and the subgenres that thrived throughout before sharing his thoughts on one that no doubt is a favorite among many people and suitably, one to wrap up this blogathon as it was released in the final year of this decade.


The HangoverMany comedies of the 2000s are based around characters that are crude, clueless, and, put frankly, idiotic. These movies are an evolution of the slap stick films from earlier decades. There are stylistic hints from films like The Naked Gun, The Cannonball Run, Dumb and Dumber, and Happy Gilmore. We began seeing glimpses of this new brand of humor in movies like American Pie and Zoolander. By 2004…

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2 thoughts on “Ultimate 2000s Blogathon Finale: The Hangover (2009) by Drew’s Movie Reviews

    • Thanks! Yes! I’m always saying that comedies are some of the hardest films to make because humor is so subjective. However, I don’t know many people who don’t like The Hangover.

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