3 Movies to Watch at a Sleepover

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3 Movies to Watch at a Sleepover

Do you need 3 Movies to Watch at a Sleepover with your friends?

Here are 3 good stories for everyone that will put you in the mood to party.

1 The Last Boy Scout (1991)
An alcoholic detective with a marriage crisis joins a drug-addict ex-football player to investigate the death of a stripper.

The unusual couple will have to fight until the last punch and football-in-the-face hit to stay alive untile the credits.

In a circle of underworld bosses, corrupt politicians and problematics daughters, thriller and comedy come together perfectly.

One of the best pure entertainment action films of the 90s.

Charismatic the couple Bruce Willis and Damon Wayans with sparkling dialogues and a lot of good action scenes.

In addition special mention for a small role for the very sexy Halle Berry.

A very funny buddy movie directed with great talent by Tony Scott, little brother of the great Ridley.

And remember… never bother Bruce Willis while he lights a cigarette!

2 Get Smart (2008)
He trained as a spy, but he never took the field.

When a terrorist attack knocks out all of his colleagues, his chance finally arrives.

Flanked by a beautiful and experienced colleague, he will have to thwart an organization that threatens a series of nuclear attacks.

Steve Carell great star throughout the film, flanked by an excellent shoulder like Anne Hathaway.

In addition, a funny Dwayne Johnson capable of making fun of his usual tough muscle role.

Nice work by Peter Segal for a demented spy story of sure fun for everyone.

Get Smart

3 The Night Watchmen (2017)
They have always been able to be lazy and careless in their work.

But this night shift will be a fight against a vampire horde led by a demoniac killer clown.

Excellent group of reckless Ken Arnold, Kevin Jiggetts and Dan DeLuca.

Hilarious horror comedy with 3 fledgling main characters but brave in their own way, very fun with their hilarious bickering.

Always good then James Remar in a small and nice supporting role.

A movie by Mitchell Altieri understand that even with horror movies you can laugh out loud.

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