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Honeymoon In Vegas

February 7, 2012 by staff 

Honeymoon In Vegas, Honeymoon in Vegas is a 1992 comedy film directed by Andrew Bergman and starring Nicolas Cage, James Caan and Sarah Jessica Parker. Jack Singer (Cage) has sworn to his mother while she was on her deathbed that he would never get married.

Years later, he goes back on his promise and proposes to his girlfriend, Betsy (Parker), and quickly arranges a Las Vegas marriage. They check into the Bally’s Hotel.

Before the wedding, however, a wealthy professional gambler, Tommy Korman (Caan) sees Betsy and notices a striking resemblance to his beloved late wife. He arranges a crooked poker game where Jack loses $65,000 (with Jerry Tarkanian as one of the other players). Korman promises to erase the debt if he can spend the weekend with Singer’s fiancĂ©e.

After getting Korman to agree to no sex, the desperate couple agree. Jack tries desperately to get Betsy back and discovers that Korman has taken her to Hawaii, where he has his family and connections. Korman has a friend, Mahi Mahi (Pat Morita), basically keep Jack as far as possible from him and Betsy. Jack discovers this and goes to Korman’s house. Korman attacks Jack and has him arrested.

After having Dr. Molar bail him out of jail, Mahi Mahi meets him outside and admits that Korman left with Betsy and is forcing her to marry him. Mahi races Jack to the airport.

Cast
James Caan as Tommy Korman
Nicolas Cage as Jack Singer
Sarah Jessica Parker as Betsy/Donna
Peter Boyle as Chief Orman
Seymour Cassel as Tony Cataracts
Pat Morita as Mahi Mahi
Johnny Williams as Johnny Sandwich
John Capodice as Sally Molars
Robert Costanzo as Sidney Tomashefsky
Anne Bancroft as Bea Singer
Tony Shalhoub as Buddy Walker
Burton Gilliam as Roy Bacon
Bruno Mars as Little Elvis

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