Taglines: This is not a vacation. It’s a rescue mission.
Daniel “Nardo” Narducci (Thomas Middleditch) is having a bachelor party with his best friends, Jason (T. J. Miller) and Evan (Adam Pally). He tells his friends he isn’t sure he is doing the right thing. The next day in the middle of the wedding Jason tries to stop Nardo from getting married, which makes the bride Tracy (Shannon Woodward) storm out.
Tracy goes alone to the honeymoon vacation in Mexico. Nardo goes after her to get her back, but on his way he is carjacked and left naked. He calls Jason for help. Jason puts Evan in the car while he is asleep and heads towards Mexico. They stop in California in order to get a fake ID because Jason has lost his.
Nardo arrives at a town in Mexico and calls again, he is next to a wire service company and Evan offers to send him money through it. They go to a casino to meet a friend who can help them transfer the money. Evan hits on a girl in the casino, but she drugs him and takes him to a room in order to steal his kidney. Jason finds Evan and eventually rescues him from the criminals. While escaping, one of the criminals shoot them with burning arrows and one arrow hits the car, the car then burns and explodes.
Failing to get any money, the woman who agreed to help Nardo gets angry and he runs from her (naked) and jumps right into a cocaine pickup truck. When found, he is tied to a chair. At some point Nardo frees himself and runs away with the truck. He gets to see Tracy through a hotel window but before he gets to her, he gets caught by a guard and sent to jail.
Search Party is an American comedy film directed by Scot Armstrong in his directorial debut, and co-written with Mike Gagerman and Andrew Waller based on a story by Gagerman and Waller. The film stars T. J. Miller, Adam Pally, Thomas Middleditch, Alison Brie, Shannon Woodward, and Krysten Ritter. The film was released in 2014 internationally. The film is scheduled to be released on May 13, 2016, by Focus World.
Directed by: Scot Armstrong
Starring: T. J. Miller, Adam Pally, Thomas Middleditch, Alison Brie, Shannon Woodward, Krysten Ritter, Octavio Gómez Berríos
Screenplay by: Mike Gagerman, Andrew Waller, Scot Armstrong
Production Design by: Toby Corbett
Cinematography by: Tim Orr
Film Editing by: Sam Seig
Costume Design by: Abby O’Sullivan
Art Direction by: Nate Jones, Rachel Myers
Music by: Craig Wedren
MPAA Rating: R for language throughout, drug use, graphic nudity, and sexual content.
Studio: Focus Features
Release Date: May 13, 2016
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