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Happy Birthday! (2016)

Happy Birthday!
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When Brady Baxter finds out his girlfriend is cheating on him, his best friend Tommy Quinn decides the only way to get his mind off of it is to take a drug-fueled, death defying journey into the sweaty black heart of darkness that is Mexicali. This is not Tijuana, this is not your fathers Mexico. Things turn beyond twisted when they meet a back alley tour guide named “The Mexican Cowboy”, who takes them down the rabbit hole, that is the seediest parts of Mexicali. Cock fights, Shamans, and a make-shift strip club called “Chocho Fuego”, it looks to be the most insane birthday celebration in recent memory. When they meet two American girls and head to a desolate hotel, the night is about to end with a bang. Soon, it's clear the girls have other ideas. Sex games, drugs, torture, eventually held for ransom by the Mexican drug cartel. How did Brady's birthday dream turn into his worst nightmare?


Movie Details

Domestic Releases: September 9th, 2016 (Limited) by Orion Pictures
MPAA Rating: R for sexual content, language throughout, some nudity, drug use and violence.
(Rating bulletin 2424, 5/11/2016)
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Keywords: Birthday Party, Narcotics, Road Trip, Ransom, Desert, Mexico
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction


   Brady Baxter
Vanessa Lengies    Katie Elizondo
Britne Oldford    Lucia
Riley Litman    Tommy Quinn
Matthew Willig    The Cowboy/El Caballo
Erik Palladino    Texican
Steven Tyler    Kasape Suka
Tristin Mays    Janie
Jeff Daniel Phillips    Frank Zappa
Inanna Sarkis    Kasape Suka's Girlfriend

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Limited and VOD Releases: Live Long and Prosper

September 9th, 2016

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