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The Hangover Part III

"The Hangover Part III" is the third and final film in director Todd Phillips` record-shattering comedy franchise. This time, there`s no wedding. No bachelor party. What could go wrong, right? But when the Wolfpack hits the road, all bets are off.

Language: English
Subtitle: NA
Classification: M18
Release Date: 30 May 2013
Genre: Comedy
Running Time: 1 Hour 40 Minutes
Distributor: WARNER BROS
Cast: Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis, Justin Bartha, Ken Jeong, Heather Graham, Jeffrey Tambor, John Goodman, Melissa McCarthy, Jamie Chung
Director: Todd Phillips
Format: 2D

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Writer: Syahida Kamarudin

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Watch this if you liked: "The Hangover" and "The Hangover Part II"

For those of you who just want to watch something entertaining without needing to focus on every single scene, and have never ever watched the first and second movie, "The Hangover Part III" is the perfect movie for you.

However, those who have loved "The Hangover" and have forgiven "The Hangover Part II", the third instalment of the Wolf Pack adventure may be low on comedy by the original's standards. It also begs the question - why would it be called "The Hangover" if they are not?

It begins with a prison scene that may remind you of a scene from "The Shawshank Redemption", and slightly nuked the fridge with a bit of Alan (Zach Galifianakis) and a giraffe that may be considered a little bit too much, even for Alan's standard. And the rest is a fun (or in Stu's case, horrifying) ride with the rest of the Wolf Pack that include every staple from the franchise.

While the original was set in Las Vegas and the sequel brought the awesome foursome to a foreign country, "The Hangover 3" sums up both experiences although not quite - revisiting some of the locations, characters, animals and even the puns, although instead of a light buddy comedy, the movie had a slip-up and turned a little bit darker than its predecessors.

It also introduces new characters in the likes of John Goodman ("Flight") and Melissa McCarthy ("Bridesmaids") - the latter only appeared in very little scenes that may be deemed quite a waste of her comedic charm.

However, to those who consider themselves a "critic", the plot holes may annoy you. Questions such as "Why did he ask them to do it?", "Why did they even kidnap that guy?" and "After being stuck with him for two movies, shouldn't they already know how the guy thinks?" may be some of the numerous things your mind will think about throughout the duration of the movie.

Stay after the credits though, it may be the only hangover available.

Cinema Online, 28 May 2013
   
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Effective 15 July 2011
G - Suitable for all ages
PG - Suitable for all ages, but parents should provide guidance to their young
PG13 - Suitable for persons aged 13 and above, but parental guidance is advised for children below 13
NC16 - Suitable for persons aged 16 years and above
M18 - Suitable for persons aged 18 years and above
R21 - Restricted to persons aged 21 and above only
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