- Title The Hangover Part III
- Year 2013
- Run time
- Tagline It all ends
It's been two years. Phil, Stu and Doug are happily living uneventful lives at home. Tattoos have been lasered off, files purged. The guys have nearly recovered from their roofie'd nights of Las Vegas and being kidnapped, shot at, and chased by mobsters in Bangkok. The only member of the Wolfpack who's not content is Alan. Still lacking a sense of purpose, he has ditched his meds and given in to his natural impulses in a big way–until a personal crisis forces him to finally seek the help of his three best friends. With no bachelor party and no wedding, what could possibly go wrong? But when the Wolfpack hits the road, all bets are off. It is the epic conclusion to an odyssey of mayhem and bad decisions, in which the guys must finish what they started by going back to where it all began: Las Vegas. One way or another ... it all ends here.
Title: The Hangover Part III Director: Todd Phillips Year: 2013 Run time: 1 hr 40 mins
The first was excellent, if a little rough in places for my tastes. The second wasn’t quite as good - pretty much a carbon copy of the first but slightly less fun. So, what would the third be like? I’m not 100% sure were were looking forward to watching this, but we had to finish off the trilogy.
1:38 - This is a pretty dramatic and unexpected start! 4:56 - Mmm-bop is brilliant music. 8:16 - Yay, Bradley! Eight minutes is far too long to wait for an appearance. 11:30 - “What’s the worst that’s happened?” Jeez, two whole films worth. 15:20 - I think I’d have that reaction if Bradders said he loved me. 18:37 - Bonus John Goodman! 30:26 - Weird to have a poncho and an odd hat and be blending in. 36:04 - Love scale models of things. Not sure why you’d have one of your own house though. 38:46 - You sort of know when they are explain their simple plan that it’s not going to be that easy. 43:41 - I’d be terrified having a suit of armour in my house. What if it started moving? 49:57 - Mexico is really pretty from the air. 53:42 - His password is Hey Phil! 1:01:50 - Heather Graham! Yay! I love how happy she is to see them. 1:04:30 - I was sure the “do you remember me” question was going to followed by “I bashed your head on a car door.” 1:09:08 - I’m not sure I would trust tied sheets to hold my weight. 1:10:36 - Cameras on phones can brighten up any terrifying situation! 1:14:48 - “I’m invisible!” “It’s invincible and you’re not.” 1:15:56 - Floating over those fountains must be an incredible view. 1:26:21 - Alan is such a complicated character. 1:32:49 - “She’s an amazing woman. I find her much better than your wives.”
This was a fascinating finish to the trilogy, something just a little bit different. It was a lot darker, with fewer laughs, and it almost didn’t seem like a comedy, more like a drama with some amusing lines in. That being said, it was better than the second one for being different, even if it wasn’t as funny and certainly nowhere near a patch on the first. Overall, I’d say that they should have just stuck with the first film, but given that they cashed in for the franchise, they could have done worse than finish with this one.