Overall Rank: 10647
Average Rating: 2.4/4
# of Ratings: 63
Theatrical Release Date: 05/23/2013
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 10/08/2013
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Todd Phillips
Actors: Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis, Heather Graham, Ken Jeong, Mike Epps
Plot: After Alan's father dies, the Wolfpack returns to Vegas - no wedding, no bachelor party - no problems... right? -- Chris Kavan
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Matthew Brady - wrote on 02/04/2014
After Alan's father dies, the Wolfpack returns to Vegas - no wedding, no bachelor party - no problems... right?. this movie has some funny parts but the rest of the movie is very serious.
sapien - wrote on 05/27/2013
It just wasn't as funny as I thought it'd be. So, I was a little disappointed. Though, the very last scene (the one after the credits) is hilarious.
Snoogans - wrote on 05/27/2013
This isn't a re-tread of the first two, but it's not any more entertaining than Part 2 (which I didn't care for). Here the comedy is downplayed and the jokes that are present didn't register big laughs for me. I liked the caper/chase elements, including two mildly thrilling action scenes. I also liked the growth of the Alan character. This aspect gave the ending some bittersweetness, in a way. Though, the mid-credits scene undermines that by being completely stupid and unnecessary. It's just another pointless sequel that left me empty.
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memento_mori - wrote on 07/02/2013
The Hangover Part III puts us back into the presence of the wolf pack, which is beginning to become a little boring.
I'll be honest: I'm tired of the Hangover movies. The first was something original and had likable characters. The sequel was a waste of time, we didn't need it. The third in the trilogy: The same scenario.
It has moments of laughter and chuckles, but most of the time it's the same charade all over again. Plus, Ken Jeong's typecasting (more on that later) and the character of Alan really started getting on my nerves.
It is also the unfunniest of the trilogy. Rarely did the comedic moments fall into place or have a good length, they seemed to drag on.
Surprisingly, the direction of Todd Phillips was not bad. A good majority of this film is made up of good shots and …
Daniel Corleone - wrote on 06/24/2013
Leslie Chow (Ken Jeong) escapes from prison. Alan's (Zach Galifianakis) father passes away. Doug (Justin Bartha) invites Phil (Bradley Cooper) and Stu (Ed Helms) that Alan has been off his ADHD medication and is out of control and wants to bring Alan to Arizona for treatment. Marshall (John Goodman) and "Black Doug" (Mike Epps) abduct the group of friends. Leslie stole $21 million dollars worth of gold from Marshall. Soundtrack was rocking and it was great to see John Goodman here. It was nice to have more of Leslie Chow but less of the humor and craziness of the Wolfpack. As always, Doug is the miscast. It shows that a zany ADHD can transform, a crazed criminal can have a heart and that friendship never ends (which is always the themes of the franchise. More of a crime flick …
MikePA - wrote on 05/26/2013
Remember how great The Hangover was? How unpredictable, how out-of-control, and above all, how hysterical it was? Remember how exhilarated and out of breath you were when it ended? Remember the gallons of respect you've gained for director Todd Phillips after you watched it? Then remember how you questioned The Hangover 2 when it was first announced and you were curious to see what they'd do with it? Remember after watching the trailer, you had the highest of all hopes? Then after watching the movie, remember how sad and letdown you were due to the fact that there wasn't much of anything lively or outrageous in that film? Oh, and remember how you complained that it was really just the same shit as the first film except moved to a different city, as if it was completely ripping off its …
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