The Three Stooges

2012

Action / Comedy / Family

102
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 51%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 48%
IMDb Rating 5.1 10 27745

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Sofía Vergara as Lydia
Skyler Gisondo as Young Moe
Kate Upton as Sister Bernice
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600.38 MB
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23.976 fps
1hr 32 min
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1hr 32 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by tdub154420 8 / 10

The Three Stooges just how you remembered them

If you still watch the old Three Stooges Shorts from way back when and appreciate their humor, there's no reason you won't love this movie. The setting is contemporary, with iphone's and the jersey shore and what not, but this setting is only used to further punctuate the timeless humor of the stooges. All three actors who portray the stooges do a flawless job and make you actually forget that they are not the originals halfway through the movie. It's as if Larry, Curly and Moe have been pulled out of time and placed into today's society getting into the same type of trouble and running the same type of gags they always would. There really isn't a better way the Three Stooges could have been portrayed in this day and age. The Farrelly brothers do an incredible job doing the character of the Stooges justice, weaving a fantastic Stooge-esque plot and transporting these lovable nitwits into the present day. Heck the Farrelly brothers even made sure to include the classic title slides seen before every Stooges short. It's for this reason I give this movie an extremely high rating, not because it's a profound comedy, but because it had one goal: recreate the enduring humor of the Three Stooges, and with that goal in mind this movie overwhelmingly succeeds.

Reviewed by J Besser 8 / 10

Stooges fans like this movie so you know it's good

Unlike the (phony) outrage about the recent all female reboot of "Ghostbusters", this film was embraced by true Three Stooges fans. That goes a long way. The three leads (Hayes,Sasso and Diamntopoulos) are excellent. The writing really captures the humor of the boys. This movie grows with me every time I see it.

Reviewed by Michael Ledo 8 / 10

Say a few parables

I grew up a fan of the Stooges. I will acknowledge that they can only be imitated and never duplicate, especially Curly. While I didn't want to enjoy this film, I found myself laughing in the beginning at the first gag when an infant's stooge fingers came out of a sack and "doinked" the nun in the eyes. The young stooges were also a treat as they were able to imitate the famous gags and lines. One had to have some familiarity with the Stooges to catch the humor such as when they tried to revive a nun by gently slapping her (Larry David) on the face and saying "Say a few parables" instead of their normal "Say a few syllables" line. Yes, I thought that was funny. I also enjoyed the the way they used their titles and sign names as puns the way the original Stooges did in their famous lawyers "Dewey Cheatam, and Howe" now used in "Car Talk" gag credits.

There were scenes that worked and some that didn't work. Sean Hayes as Larry was the weakest of the three, perhaps because his head was too thin. There were some lines that they missed. Instead of "Where are your manners?" they should have used "Where's your Emily Post." When Curly spins around on the floor, that needs to be sped up slightly. It doesn't work in real time. The big to-do about Kate Upton in a hot nun's swim suit last about 3 seconds near the end of the film. If you are not a serious Stooge fan, you should wait for the rental.

No f-bombs, sex, or nudity.

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