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Three buddies wake up from a bachelor party in Las Vegas, with no memory of the previous night and the bachelor missing. They make their way around the city in order to find their friend before his wedding.
In the aftermath of the death of Alan's father, the wolfpack decide to take Alan to get treated for his mental issues. But things start to go wrong on the way to the hospital as the wolfpack is assaulted and Doug is kidnapped. Now they must find Mr. Chow again in order to surrender him to the gangster who kidnapped Doug in order to save him. Written by
In the scene at the end of the film where the wolf pack get out of the limo and cross the street to return to Phil's minivan, the shot of them crossing the street clearly parodies the cover of the album by The Beatles, Abbey Road. After the movie's completion, a mural of this shot was painted onto the wall adjacent to the building. See more »
Alan and Phil see Mr. Chow jumps out of his Caesars Palace penthouse, and his parachute deploys 5 seconds later. This means that he free fall about 125 meters, and probably crushed on the ground before the chute opened. See more »
Man, if you thought things couldn't get any worse than THE HANGOVER
PART II then sadly you were mistaken. The Wolf Pack are back and this
time a gangster (John Goodman) are after them because Mr. Chow (Ken
Jeong) stole forty-two million in gold. I'm really not going to waste
anytime writing out everything going on here in regards to a plot
synapses because why should I? It's clear that director and writer Todd
Phillips along with stars Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Zach
Galifianakis just made this thing either for the money or they had some
sort of contract that required them to do so. While watching this thing
it became rather sad because there simply weren't any laughs but what
was worse is that it didn't seem the group were trying to make anything
funny. This here is without question one of the laziest comedies I've
ever seen because the filmmakers don't even bother to even attempt any
laughs and what laughs there are are usually just winks to the first
picture. It's really amazing to see how this series has fallen after a
clever first film but the old saying that sequels usually end up poorly
is certainly true. Cooper, Helms and Galifianakis fit their roles just
fine but there's just no energy to be found here. Perhaps even they
knew the screenplay was lackluster. Jeong is good in small doses but
putting him into so much of this just made his character annoying.
Goodman was good in his part but sadly he wasn't given much to do,
which is the same for Mike Epps and Heather Graham. THE HANGOVER PART
III claims to be the final in an epic series of films and lets pray
that it really is. Bad movies happen sometimes even when everyone had
their hearts into the project. There's just no evidence here that
anyone cared about anything other than money. Part two proved that
people would show up no matter how bad it was and the filmmakers got
even lazier by delivering something worse.
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