The Hangover Part III


Action / Comedy / Crime

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 19%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 45%
IMDb Rating 5.9 10 251996


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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by undeaddt 7 / 10

Good, but seen better.

I like to think that this movie is good, it made me laugh at some points, the characters acted well and wore the same style they had in the previous 2 parts, but still it is not something great. I think that the first part was way better than this one. I have seen much funnier movies, even though I expected more humour from a Hangover movie. 6/10 7 at best

Reviewed by henrybretz 4 / 10

A courageous attempt at the send off this trilogy doesn't quite deserve

For the record, The Hangover is, in my book, one of the greatest comedies of the 21st century. No one has quite mastered the comedic twist of the whodunnit as well as Todd Phillips did in the original smash. I also did not find Part II to be a disappointment - lots of genuinely funny moments (especially from Stu) even if it was sad to see the writers cling for dear life to their proved formula.

Part III should be commended for trying something totally new, and really messing with the formula to try and take this from comedic whodunnit to an edge of your seat, stake-fest. The problem - while striving to be original, they completely forgot about the comedy. So many scenes in this film were just threatening or horrific without any laughs peppered in there - guns in faces, hostages, phone calls. It was more focused on raising the stakes for the Wolfpack then it was making us laugh. This issue was epitomised with John Goodman's "Marshall" character - were they even attempting to make this guy a funny villain? If so, no dice...Marshall could have come straight out of a B-grade mob movie without changing any of his tics or dialogue. Sure, it's cool that this was a dangerous situation but it is still a comedy. Gives us a more simple plot for more laughs.

The other major problem was the rudderless arcs of the trilogy's main comic nuclei - Alan and Chow. It was as if the writers sat down and said, "Hey, people love those guys, let's turn them up to 11," without actually considering that what made these two funny was that they were somewhat believable - an, albeit exaggerated, version of the outcast or loony in your own social circles. By taking Alan from a spacey goofball to an aggressive and unhinged mental case made it unbelievable that Phil and Stu would still want anything to do with him. Chow was a hilarious supporting act - as the centre of the film, his profanity got tired fast.

This movie also gave itself a glowing pat on the back that it hasn't exactly earned - the constant self-referential gags, throwbacks and winks sort of made it feel like they were disproportionately elevating the status of the first two films. The post credits sequence is the worst example - a victory lap would've been acceptable if all three movies were comic gold. Sadly, only one of them was so filming the Alan-Chow goodbye as if it were a Michael-Fredo kiss and going for a Deathly Hallows-esque "everything connects, this is the epic conclusion" plot really just felt a little congratulatory.

Massive points here for taking some tonal risks (which work best with Chow singing 'Hurt' or Alan's reunion with Carlos) but overall they changed a formula without considering why it had become a formula in the first place - it worked.

Reviewed by jtomlinson-48204 1 / 10

Opening so bad, I turned it off!

I liked the first 2, obviously others did too because they grossed 4-5 x's their cost to make. This one barely, if, covered cost!

Why? Killing a darling giraffe at the start and thinking that would be funny is just really messed up! I turned that nasty thing off. What do the filmmakers think; we will just watch anything?

I mean this guy has made so many good movies! What was he thinking?

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