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  1. Very Bad Things - Trailer - YouTube

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    Very Bad Things - Trailer - YouTube Director Peter Berg's dark comedy chronicles a bachelor party gone horribly wrong. Kyle (Jon Favreau) and his pals are off to Vegas to celebrate Kyle's upcom......

  2. Very Bad Things Movie Trailer and Videos | TV Guide

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    31 METASCORE Very Bad Things - Official Trailer This vicious black comedy starts at a bachelor party and ends in some circle of hell; the road that leads from one to the other is paved with the...

  3. Very Bad Things - Trailer - YouTube

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    Sep 29, 2011 · Very Bad Things Movie Trailer HD Best Quality - Duration: 1:26. TheTrailerSiteDOTcom 241,180 views. ... VERY BAD THINGS BEST SCENE CUT - Duration: 3:41. david smithee 27,809 views.

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  4. Very Bad Things Movie Trailer, Reviews and More | TV Guide

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    Watch Very Bad Things movie trailer and get the latest cast info, photos, movie review and more on TVGuide.com.

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  5. Very Bad Things (1998) - IMDb

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    Nov 25, 1998 · Directed by Peter Berg. With Christian Slater, Daniel Stern, Cameron Diaz, Jon Favreau. A prostitute is killed during a bachelor party and the attendees turn on each other as the wedding approaches.

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  6. Very Bad Things - Movie Trailers | Reviews - Rotten Tomatoes

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    Very Bad Things is a horrible hoot. It is one of those movies that put you through the wringer. It doesn't tickle the funny bone -- it pulverizes it. You don't know whether to laugh, gasp, or walk ...

  7. Very Bad Things - Wikipedia

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    Roger Ebert wrote that Very Bad Things is "not a bad movie, just a reprehensible one". Some critics appreciated the cold-blooded approach, however, Maitland McDonagh of TV Guide wrote, "In a world filled with crude movie sitcoms, Berg's bitter, worst-possible-case scenario really does stand alone".