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OPENED WEDNESDAY The Hangover Part III There is a certain amount of raunchiness, absurdity and juvenile humor expected from the "Hangover" films. The title itself makes it clear this isn’t a Mensa tea party. The name might suggest low-...
Slow, sentimental and somewhat sedated, the third "Hangover" movie isn't so much exhausted of outrageous "Oh no, they didn't!" ideas as it is spent of energy. And they knew it too. The only raunchy moment is stuffed into the closing credits, a "we...
Who let the dogs out? In 2009 the Baha Men's lyrics felt caustic, clever, comical and slightly subversive, perfect for the debauched Las Vegas bachelor party that was about to unfold. Phil, Stu and Alan — a.k.a. the Wolfpack, played by Bradley...
The Philadelphia InquirerGuys get blotto ... wake up and can't remember what happened the night before ... madness ensues. So goes the premise of 2009's "The Hangover" and its 2011 sequel, but the post-binge amnesia idea is jettisoned in "The Hangover Part III." "Make no...
ReutersMay 22 (TheWrap.com) - After a nearly four-month dry spell, Hollywood is finally giving moviegoers something to laugh about. The third and final installment in Warner Bros.' raunchy R-rated "Hangover" franchise is kicking off a very busy Memorial Day...
With so many remakes, sequels and familiar subjects hitting theaters between now and Labor Day, this year's summer movie season should be dubbed as "deja viewed." There are sequels by the numbers: "Smurfs 2," "Red 2," "Kick-Ass 2," "Despicable Me 2,"...
*** (out of four) If by chance you own pet dogs, chickens or giraffes, do not bring them to “The Hangover: Part III.” Things don’t go well for animals in the movie. Things never go well for the Wolf Pack, as they are once again in over...
VarietyFive minutes into "The Hangover Part III," a giraffe is gruesomely decapitated by a freeway overpass. While this unfortunate event is ultimately tangential to the film's plot, it nonetheless marks its best shot at leaving a lasting legacy, with the phrase...
'The Hangover Part III' review: Thank god for peculiar, perverse - and outrageously funny - GalifianakisReutersLOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - Years from now, doctoral candidates are likely to write entire extended theses on Alan Garner, the character so memorably and brilliantly played by Zach Galifianakis in the "Hangover" series. This bearded baby-man - he's a...
Detroit Free PressDETROIT What did the stars of "The Hangover Part III" do with their free time on the set? Just your average sarcasm-driven male bonding, according to Zach Galifianakis. "The downtime is usually just making fun of each other, relentlessly. That's what...
'The Hangover Part III' Review: Thank God for Peculiar, Perverse - and Outrageously Funny - GalifianakisReutersMay 21 (TheWrap.com) - Years from now, doctoral candidates are likely to write entire extended theses on Alan Garner, the character so memorably and brilliantly played by Zach Galifianakis in the "Hangover" series. This bearded baby-man -- he's a walking...
In “The Hangover: Part III,” Justin Bartha’s Doug isn’t just lost or sidelined while his pals and brother-in-law deal with constant mayhem. He’s kidnapped and an organized crime boss threatens his life. “I think...
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