50 Worst Movie Hangover Scenes

Pulp Fiction (1994)

The Movie Hangover: Not all hangovers are booze-related.

Mia Wallace (Uma Thurman) goes a wee bit overboard on the ole heroin, giving her a hell of a car journey back home.

Why It's Worse Than Your Hangover: The woman just had her heart restarted with a swift adrenaline shot to the heart.

There are some things that a litre of fizzy pop and ibuprofen just cant' fix.

Shaun Of The Dead (2004)

The Movie Hangover : What's the best way to deal with a nasty break up? Head to the pub and drown your sorrows, of course.

Shaun (Simon Pegg) and Ed (Nick Frost) plan to spend the next day in a hungover funk, eating cornettos and playing FIFA. But...

Why It's Worse Than Your Hangover: ...Oh yeah, there's a massive zombie outbreak.

The boys barely have time to moan about their headaches before there's a one-armed bloody bridegroom in the living room, generally being a nuisance and disturbing their plans.

Bridget Jones's Diary (2001)

The Movie Hangover: We've all been there.

After over-indulging in the annual boozeathon that we call Christmas, Bridge (Renee Zellweger) wakes up to a banging headache and a very noisy family crowing at her to hurry up and get dressed.

Why It's Worse Than Your Hangover: Bridget sees light at the end of a very woozy tunnel after being introduced to floppy-haired potential-new-boyfriend Mark (Colin Firth)... until she spots his jumper. Cancel the wedding band.

Get Him To The Greek (2010)

The Movie Hangover: Encouraged to live a little by rock star Aldous Snow (Russell Brand), Aaron (Jonah Hill) tries to get into the spirit of things, a decision he definitely regrets the next day.

Why It's Worse Than Your Hangover: Normal people should never try to party like rock'n'roll badboys, a point proven by Aaron quietly and sadly throwing up on himself in the back of the limo.

Pirates Of The Caribbean: The Curse Of The Black Pearl (2003)

The Movie Hangover: Captain Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) wakes up after a hard night on the rum to the acrid smell of smoke. Always worrying.

Why It's Worse Than Your Hangover: Jack's plans for a booze-fuelled staycation on an abandoned Caribbean island are scuppered when Elizabeth (Kiera Knightley) decides to use his precious liquor as lighter fuel.

Although it did give us the immortal "But why is the rum gone?!"

Bachelorette (2012)

The Movie Hangover: Proving that girls can give as good as the lads when it comes to making drunken idiots out of themselves, Regan (Kirsten Dunst), Gena (Lizzy Caplan) and Katie (Isla Fisher) set about inadvertently ruining the wedding of longtime friend Becky (Rebel Wilson).

Why It's Worse Than Your Hangover: The ladies scramble to fix the mess they made, but things don't look up when Katie projectile vomits all over the wedding dress.

What Happens In Vegas (2008)

The Movie Hangover: Get ready for romance.

Joy (Cameron Diaz) and Jack (Ashton Kutcher) accidentally marry each other after a night of drunken debauchery in Vegas.

Why It's Worse Than Your Hangover: Rather than being granted a quickie annulment, a judge (who clearly has no regard for the law) forces them to stay married and work out their differences.

Even though they're strangers. We're fairly sure they could sue for that.

The Inbetweeners Movie (2011)

The Movie Hangover : After splashing the cash on brightly-coloured alcopops and throwing some dodgy dance moves, the boys wake to find a scene of carnage - Jay noticeably absent, and Neil getting busy with a middle-aged cougar.

Why It's Worse Than Your Hangover: Neil definitely lost out to the beer goggles, but it's poor old Jay that takes the brunt of this one.

The lads find him coming round in a heap outside the hotel, with an army of ants parading up and down his face.

Oldboy (2003)

The Movie Hangover: It's a familiar story: Oh Dae-su (Choi Min-sik) wakes up in a deserted room, with no clear memory of how he got there.

Why It's Worse Than Your Hangover: He ends up having to stay there for fifteen years. FIFTEEN YEARS.

With no human contact and no explanation for his incarceration, Oh Dae-su suffers arguably the most painful, long-lasting hangover in cinematic history.

Sixteen Candles (1984)

The Movie Hangover: After a night of downing beers and chatting up amazonian track star Marlene, foreign exchange student Long Duk Dong can be found passed out on the lawn, surrounded by crumpled cans and smelling like a brewery.

Why It's Worse Than Your Hangover : Pretty simple really:

"No more yankie my wankie. The Donger need food!"