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The Hangover Part III Reviews

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February 10, 2016
Barely funny, not to mention it's dark and depressing in the worst kind of way...
February 6, 2016
can't go wrong wit hangover! luv it!
½ February 1, 2016
Lo que más molestó al publico de la tercera entrega de ¿Que pasó ayer?, es que ya no se enfocó a la comedia sino a accion, drama y cierre de la trilogia. Habrá dos momentos máximo que te harán reir, pero no se significa que sea mala la pelicula, aunque tiene ocasionalmente dialogo horrendo o en momentos muy predecible, no te aburrirá y fue una buena decisión mostrar ese lado más serio y dramático de todos los personajes. Un digno cierre de la trilogía de la cruda.
½ January 25, 2016
While still managing to offer a few laughs and thrills, The Hangover Part III is not as good as its' comedic predecessors.
½ January 13, 2016
WHAT I LIKED: The Second Part to this franchise was just a rehashing of the first film, but here some originiaality is sought in the form of a new plot and character devlopments that tie back to the first film whilst bringing the franchise forward. 'The Hangover Part III' now feels pretty fresh so the audience can really get down to enjoying the twists and turns (and the hilarity) of this honourable sequel.
WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: It can't quite live up to the first because the original idea was just golden, and they've tried rehashing it which failed, but now a new leap forward just can't quite deliver in the same way
VERDICT: Cut out the second, this is what the sequel should have been like. It's probably the best it could have been all things considered.
January 7, 2016
Funny movie, but sad there was no hangover.
January 4, 2016
The funeral of the franchise
December 31, 2015
Yet an awesome end to the Drunken means.....
½ December 28, 2015
Absolutely unwatchable.
½ December 28, 2015
Way different than the first 2 movies and still very good! The ending is hilarious!!!!!!!
½ December 12, 2015
Bad bad bad, switched it off after 30 minutes.
December 11, 2015
It was actually really good why do all the critics hate it
December 9, 2015
Una fórmula algo gastada, solamente que nunca se entiende, a diferencia de las otras dos dónde está la parte de 'Hangover', dado que lo único que repite es el poner a Phil (Bradley Cooper), Stu (Ed Helms), Alan (Zach Galiafanakis) Chow (Ken Jeong) y Jade (Heather Graham) intentando el mismo éxito en vano. Las escenas iniciales son de mal gusto, si bien en algún momento logra arrancar alguna risa más lo logran desde un humor físico o desde la ilógica de Galiafanakis en su personaje de Alan
Super Reviewer
December 1, 2015
A lazy attempt at something different from the previous films, departing so much from them in every way possible that it can't even justify being part of the same franchise - and it is odious, unoriginal and unforgivably unfunny, with each awful joke worse than the one before.
½ November 30, 2015
Downright lazy and utterly unfunny. There wasn't one funny thing about this 3rd film in the series. Fingers crossed we don't get a fourth
November 27, 2015
awesome! :D i love this movies it soooo funny xD
November 24, 2015
A well made movie, the usual character interactions, a few laughs, and the always zany Jeong... but nothing really memorable.
November 3, 2015
Too aweful to watch so put it off after 45 min.
October 27, 2015
It is at least better than Part II. Gets bonus points for going back to Vegas.
½ October 27, 2015
Not funny enough or clever enough. All of the elements that made the movies so successful to this point are missing; the series was built on unintended hijinks based on bad decisions, and while to a degree that's certainly present, the results are much worse. There is really no need for this movie, as the conclusion it provides is barely one at all, even though Alan does mature somewhat, which is the only modicum of character development put together throughout.
There was almost no humor to be had. It was like the producers woke up one morning and decided, "You know what we should do with Hangover 3? Make it like Die Hard," and ran with it, ignoring all the things that made Die Hard and the Hangover successful. What they got was an at best mediocre wanna-be action movie that has no idea where it's going or why anyone should care.
Comedy sequels don't often work due to repeating the same material that made the original successful, which meant this was in trouble from the start, but when you take the same characters and divert them so drastically, you get nowhere unless you find new ground to break, which was not done. A sad end for the Wolfpack.
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