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Whatever critics have said about this movie, they are wrong. The movie is visually stunning. I have a big thing for cinematography and style in a film and this one is full of it. The plot was an interesting one that I have never heard of before. The film also does an excellent job at making us feel how the characters feel. The whole movie gives me anxiety as I watch it because of the gravity of the characters' situation and everything that goes wrong. This is an absolute must watch movie.
As I start, i would like to state that there are no spoilers in this review. It may not make a lot of sense, but once you watch it, you'll get it. There are two separate plots that take place during the runtime of the film. One of them I found incredible boring and did not enjoy at all; but the other was incredible captivating and intense. After I chose to ignore the first plot line, the movie evolved into something completely different. Great movie. Go watch it.
If you made it through the first two films, just stop there. This one is absolutely pointless. Do not watch.
This is basically a carbon copy of the first movie. I enjoyed this movie because I am in love with the first one. The only difference between this one and the first one is the location and the exact details of the absurd situations. Galifianakis has a poorly written character, as his character comes off as a dumb and annoying character rather than the lovable dimwit from the first. Everything would have been fine if this film had not been made, but since it was made you might as well go watch it.
One of the greatest comedies to every grace the big screen. The quartet of Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis, and Justin Bartha is one of the best I have ever seen. The absolutely ridiculous situations that the group get into will keep you laughing for nearly the entire runtime. The music selection for the movie is one of the best in modern cinema. The celebrity cameos are amazing and only add to the oddity and absurdity of the film itself. Nothing will keep me from telling you that you must see this movie.