Alex Scriptman (4 out of 10 ) It is not the latest version of the script. Characters and history are half-cooked. It is lucky they did some changes before shooting the movie. Do you know who did the final changes? Thank you for the scripts!
Raj (7 out of 10 ) Filmy to the core, that's what the script is. Off to a slow start, picks up momentum after about 25 pages or so. A bit high on the 'feel good factor' though. In all, good read.
MovieGuru (6 out of 10 ) I like that this script had more of Chastity or "Jade" in it. I wanted more of her character in the final film, it was a fun character to watch.
This version of the Hangover wasn't as funny either. But it was good to read!
Joe (6 out of 10 ) I really like this script, but I'm really glad that it wasn't used in the movie because I like the other one better.
william (6 out of 10 ) This was a script that was changed extensively. While the film was somewhat funnier, the number of changes, and the fact that they didn't always improve the story make me question the number of writers that messed with this prior to shooting. Somewhat funny, but not worth a sequel.
Holly (6 out of 10 ) I think it was Todd Phillips who did a good amount of rewrites, but he wasn't given a writing credit, but he did buy the movie's rights to own it and was able to get he writing credit when he co-wrote the sequel.
Jack (7 out of 10 ) This script isn't as good as the real movie.
Z (8 out of 10 ) This shows up in "thriller" listings. Are you kidding? It's a comedy.
Mike (8 out of 10 ) @ Alex. The script didn't need much re-working. At the level it's at the director has enough creative control to make a few tweaks. The actors also have a creative license to re-define their roles.@ William. It made a fortune. Of course there was going to be a sequel.
Anthony (5 out of 10 ) @Mike- Are you joking me? You truly think this didn't need rewrites? The characters have no individual voices, the buildup is mundane, and the story isn't remotely engaging when compares to the finished product.