Excerpt: If you thought there was no way they could make a Hangover sequel that's worse than part 2, you're about to be amazed because they pulled it off. The Hangover trilogy might be the most unnecessary trilogy in Hollywood history, let's just be thankful its finally mercifully over.
Excerpt: So finally the Hangover trilogy comes to an end. Full circle of sorts because it ends up back in Vegas where the whole thing started. The Wolf Pack must save one of their own and bring Chow to the henchman Marshall. I only watched this because I previously did the same for the other two films. Hangover III was only funny in a couple of scenes and the rest was over bloated recycled stupid gags. PQ & AQ are average fair. Ce La Vie Wolf Pack!
Excerpt: I was thinking it would be a repeat of the first film. And it did a good job in the beginning however, it was nothing like the other two. It had nothing to do with having a Hangover. The movie was okay in my opinion; I will always like the 2nd one the most. (SPOILER ALERT) This was just about catching Chow for these other guys the entire film and it isn't till the end which you see Alan getting ready for his marriage.
Summary: Lacked everything that was stupid funny which tickled our funny bones from the first. The plus side we didn't endure the excessive she-male foreplay from the second. I was waiting for Mike Tyson to come out any second. Mr Chow's character and his existence bored the intelligent cells I had left in me watching the plot unfold in the cinema. The actual hangover element was missed until the end credits.
An inconsistent, hateful, unfunny and rather draining experience.
20 August 2013
Summary: What the hell? It has been sometime since I've had a pretty bad theater experience based on the film itself and a brain dead audience going along with it, but The Hangover Part 3 finds a way to make it so for me. I think we had all hoped for a step up from the pretty foul-tasting second film and the trailers were showing promise of that. I think in plain sight, some might say its a better film than the second, but I just had the worst time with this piece of crap.
Summary: The Trailer was the best part which was over sold and contained ALL of the movie high lights ....It was filmed like a rerun movie for Sky to fill air time that was unsold..for people paying for Sky that expect quality movies.
Summary: This movie was watchable, but only just. I've never understood Zach Galifinakis character in these movies, did they not put much thought into it, something missing there. When the first one came out I enjoyed it and it got the Oscar which I couldnt understand as I watched Horrible Bosses about the same time and it was the best comedy I had seen in ages.