The Hangover 3: Movie Review



“The Hangover” could be one of the most popular movie franchises of all time.  On May 20th, 2013, the final installment in the epic trilogy was released in theaters. 

            “Hangover 3” was advertised as “the end” to the series that had brought so many laughs to moviegoers everywhere. 

            After “Hangover 3” was released there were a lot of mixed reviews on the how good the last movie really was.  Some said it was hilarious and a great ending to the series.  But, others said it wasn’t up to par as it’s two predecessors. 

            Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakas and Justin Bartha all reprise their roles as the “wolf pack” from the previous two movies. 

            “Hangover 3” picks up where the last movie left off.  Stu, Phil and Doug are all happily married.  Alan is still continuing with his endless shenanigans…most of which cause everyone else pain and suffering. 

            The movie details yet another adventure these four “friends” go on, as they seemingly cause mayhem wherever they go. 

            “Hangover 3” gives plenty of plot twists that the audience wouldn’t expect.  It also brings back some of the wolf pack’s favorite friends and even provides a few more enemies for them to deal with. 

                        Other things contributed to “Hangover 3” being a interesting movie as well.  The soundtrack was really good, and the lighting for basically the whole movie was amazing and made each scene more intense. 

             Todd Phillips, the director, cut no corners when it came to making the last film in this series.  The ending is one that would surprise you, but also resolve so many conflicts that were created over the last two movies. 

            Overall, I’d say that “Hangover 3” is worth seeing.  Does it live up to the hype and comedic genius of the original?  Probably not.  But, as the last movie in the series, fans of the Hangover will definitely want to see this one.  


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