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Friday, May 31, 2013

To watch or not to watch: Hangover III

Thank God It's Friday! Well,whether you had a bad week at work or a piling workload,it is time to unwind and relax. Give the town a miss if you hate crowd but do catch a comedy for some laughter. Today,I'm gonna give Hangover III a review so as to help you guys to decide whether or not to watch that movie.

The Hangover III

Calling themselves the Wolf Pack,Phil (Bradley Cooper), Stu (Ed Helms), Alan (Zach Galifianakis) had to track down Mr Chow when their dear friend Doug (Justin Bartha) was taken hostage by an angry big-time thief whom Mr Chow stole from. Alan is in the mean time,dealing with the loss of his father along with his mental dysfunctions.

I would rate the movie 2.5 stars out of 5 stars. If you have already seen Alan driving a giraffe and had it decapitated under a freeway overpass, you might wonder what is the context of buying one. The answer is: absolutely nothing. He just wants it to have it and this is the opening of the movie,which is unnecessarily violent in my opinion. The gang realized that Alan needs proper medical help and moves on to intervene,which was unsuccessful when they got kidnapped by a big-time thief called Marshall. Unwilling to help Marshall,they unknowingly helped Mr Chow to steal from Marshall. Once again.

If you have watched the movie,you have seen this:

And you do know very well that this was what The Beatles did before for their album in London:

God forbid the use of over dry jokes. Like yeah,we get it. It starts in Vegas but it also ends in Vegas? They shouldn't even go back there,it makes the whole story unexciting. And roping in old-timers,cheesy plots that gives you shivers down the spine with Alan finds someone like him. Undoubtedly,the entire is full of pranks seemingly crammed in to make the entire movie a comedy. Indeed hilarious,but the whole plot is predictable. Better than Hangover II,but nowhere near the original plot. But what can I say? I still love Mr Chow. Stay in your seats until the credits rolled over,you will find the familiar scene of an after-party which no one remembers anything. Well,at least that was a dessert to save the somewhat distasteful course meal.

Here's the trailer:

Have a good weekend ahead fellows!

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