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Andie Anderson covers the "How To" beat for "Composure" magazine and is assigned to write an article on "How to Lose a Guy in 10 days." They meet in a bar shortly after the bet is made.
A bounty hunter learns that his next target is his ex-wife, a reporter working on a murder cover-up.
An video of the outtakes was available online, but Fox blocked it due to copyright infringement.
See more » During the "flashing" montage of Joy and Jack getting together in their hotel room after their drunken night in Vegas, there is one shot where they are lying in bed and a crew member is visible in front of them.
Director Tom Vaughan deserves little credit, but it is writer Dana Fox who is most to blame for the mediocrity of the result.
Diaz and Kutcher stated in a post-production interview that they were actually drunk during the wedding scene in order to make it look realistic and their erratic behavior caused the scene to be filmed multiple times.But no mistake about it, this movie is for fans of good-looking people in glossy movies, not smart comedy or edge.Compare this to Ashton in ' Just Married' and you'll see this role is better.When you think about it, how much is the "originality" of other recent Hollywood comedies really worth?
Where's the trail-blazing in '40 Year Old Virgin,' ' Super Bad,' or even the wishful-thinking ' Juno'?' What Happens in Vegas' has not only the trappings of a big, expensive Hollywood comedy, the bright colors and nice sets, but two big glamorous stars, and they are not humiliated by being here, because they do look very good, and mismatch or not, look good together too. The setups and jokes are lame and clichéd and sometimes crass, tasteless, and adolescent. The progression isn't particularly interesting or even logical.