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Beer In Hell at Brewvies

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Couldn't/wouldn't drag your sorry ass to Jordan Landing over the weekend to see I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell? Prepare to squeal like a dude: Brewvies will host a special downtown screening of the flick Wednesday, Oct. 7 at 7 pm, followed by a Q&A with author Tucker Max and the cast and crew, all for a mere 6 bucks. And, of course, there's beer! ---

Once again, the blurb: "A tireless and charismatic novelty seeker, Tucker Max (Matt Czuchry) tricks his buddy Dan into lying to his fiancee Kristy, so they can go to an legendary strip club three and a half hours away to celebrate Dan's last days of bachelorhood in proper style. Tucker drags their misanthropic friend Drew along for the ride, and before they know it, Tucker's pursuit of a hilarious carnal interest lands Dan in serious trouble with his both the law and his future wife. The ensuing blowout leaves Tucker uninvited to the wedding and ankle deep in a mess of his own creation. If he wants back into the wedding and the lives of his best friends, he'll have to find a way to balance the demands of friendship with his own narcissism and selfishness."

And another scene from I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell: