Green Hat Films, Legendary Pictures,

Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis, Ed Helms, Justin Bartha, Heather Graham, Jamie Chung

After Alan (Zach Galifianakis)’s dad dies, the family decides to pull an intervention as he’s off his meds and acting crazy. The Wolf Pack decides to drive him out to the facility, but are kidnapped by Marshall (John Goodman) who is after Chow (Ken Jeong) who ripped off Marshall. A nice drive to Palm Springs turns into another adventure in this third installment of the Wolf Pack.

The Hangover films are really funny. There’s no doubt that it’s running out of steam, and this one is not as good as the others. But it’s still pretty funny. The characters are really well developed by now, and so they can play their parts seamlessly. John Goodman was an interesting bad guy. He’s on one side, absolutely brutal, and at the next second, being kind and forgiving. Chow is off the chain now. He’s been getting crazier as each film goes on, and in this one, he’s nuts! Alan, on the other hand, gets a chance to grow up in this one, and calm himself down a little bit. These guys get in trouble quicker than any group I’ve seen, and there’s certainly lots of challenges here. This is much more of a cops and robbers film though, and until the ending, some of the familiar stuff is missing. This is not as great as the previous, but it’s still well worth watching, especially if you missed it in the theater and have a chance to catch it on DVD. If you’ve seen the other two, then you have to watch this one. You gotta know the rest of the story.

EdG – EdsReview Dot Com – A Movie Review Blog



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