Question about scene from The HangoverPosted by HoopyD on 12/30/09 at 1:48 pm
The guys are getting on the elevator before their 1st night in Vegas. As the doors open, there's a blonde who is getting off her knees and a curley headed guy in sunglasses. The scene just seems kinda stuck in there for no apparent reason. Can anyone explain?
alajones LSU Fan Derptown Member since Oct 2005 23916 posts
re: Question about scene from The HangoverPosted by alajones on 12/30/09 at 1:52 pm to HoopyD
I didn't think about it until now. I guess it was just supposed to be funny. I must be misremembering because I thought the guy was going down on her. After he got up he said "going up?" Like kind of a joke since he was going down?
DanglingFury VCU Fan Living the dream Member since Dec 2007 18992 posts
re: Question about scene from The HangoverPosted by DanglingFury on 12/30/09 at 2:34 pm to Lexo
quote: it's called a Hitchcock
Very cool, never heard it called that before. The best was Hitchcock's story that takes place in a life raft. He worked in his cameo by having his picture on the front of the newspaper they had with them. But I'm guessing you probably knew that since you knew the "Hitchcock" term.
Lexo Southeastern LA Fan LaPlace Member since May 2008 3436 posts
re: Question about scene from The HangoverPosted by Lexo on 12/30/09 at 2:37 pm to DanglingFury
quote: But I'm guessing you probably knew that since you knew the "Hitchcock" term.
Actually, no, I didn't. I just remember the term Hitchcock from when I majored in Communications at SLU. I wonder if anyone still uses it as most of the younger generation probably aren't really familiar with him.