THE HANGOVER 3 movie review

the Wolfpack of Phil (Bradley Cooper), Doug (Justin Bartha), Stu (Ed Helms) and Alan (Zack Galifianakis) are back in the epic conclusion of THE HANGOVER trilogy. it may be sad for all of The Hangover fans to end the series but their mischief will surely stick to our memories.
it starts with Leslie Chow (Ken Jeong) escaping from the prison in Thailand from charges committed from drug dealing, stealing, etc. when almost everyone taking their quiet times, Alan still wants to blow the neighborhood down with his acts. acting as his support group, the guys are ready to take over but mayhem follows them until it drives them to the Sin City, Las Vegas. the crime solving incidents puts them into layers of trouble but consequences get to be great turning points.
though this is the end, i think it is also the most serious among the trilogy. lesser WTF moments throughout the movie and concluding with more friendly lessons. the still annoying, sic and funny Mr. Chow puts the crowd in a high with Alan. as you though that Alan will not have any great moments in the movie, think again as he will mature in the process. like the other 2 movies, you also have to standby after a few seconds during the credits that gives the funniest part.
THE HANGOVER 3 is directed by Todd Phillips and will be available in theaters starting May 29. distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures (Philippines).

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