The cast did a good job of spending time with the audience and immersing us in the story.
What I didn't like
That’s the general sensation of Best Night Ever, teetering between fun and the unknown. Perhaps for some people, that place, the “funknown” is a great place, but for me, it was a little off-putting.
My overall impression
The fun concept of writer-director Katy Foley’s Best Night Ever: A Bachelor(ette) Night is that you, the audience, show up at a bar and get in a limo for a bachelor or bachelorette party, and nothing goes to plan, in all the most entertaining ways. But the execution of the idea proves more difficult to pull off than anticipated, leaving you in this weird place in between immersion and alienation.