A stag night in Las Vegas. What could possibly go wrong? These guys obviously don’t go to the movies much.
Todd Phillips starts the film like it’s going to be a Garry Marshall romance, with wedding preparations at the comfy home of the Garner family, where Alan (Zach Galifianakis) demonstrates the timeless elegance of the little white jockstrap. If it’s a mansion, chances are it’s Pasadena and, true to form, the grand house is 415 South Grand Avenue, at Lockehaven Street, in the leafy enclave west of the city alongside the Arroyo Seco.
“Honeymoon in Vegas” starring Nicolas Cage, Sarah Jessica Parker and James Caan came out 25 years ago on Aug. 12, 1992. In celebration of the classic Sin City flick, Wonderwall.com is taking a look at all of the best Las Vegas-centric movies, starting with “Honeymoon in Vegas” itself. It tells the tale of the messy, debt-ridden relationship between a professional gambler and a private investigator and a subsequent love triangle that involves Sarah Jessica Parker’s character, Betsy.