In the aftermath of the death of Alan’s father, the wolfpack decide to take Alan to get treated for his mental issues. But things start to go wrong on the way to the hospital as the wolfpack is assaulted and Doug is kidnapped. Now they must find Mr. Chow again in order to surrender him to the gangster who kidnapped Doug in order to save him.









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Starring: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,
Release date: May 23, 2013
MPAA rating: Rated R for pervasive language including sexual references, some violence and drug content, and brief graphic nudity
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Runtime: 100 min
Movie Reviews:
  • 77 - by Laremy Legel
    The franchise is sent off in style, a reminder of why it earned such praise and affection in the first place, the wolfpack giving us one final howl at the moon. more

  • 67
    Entertainment Weekly - by Chris Nashawaty
    You should stick around for the end credits because there's a Helms sight gag that's absolutely priceless. The movie could've used more laughs like that one. more

  • 67
    Tampa Bay Times - by Steve Persall
    The Hangover Part III is more like "Beverly Hills Cop," a generic crime flick improved by comical touches that shouldn't fit the proceedings. more

  • 50
    The A.V. Club - by A.A. Dowd
    The best that can be said for the third, supposedly final chapter is that it jettisons the retracing-our-steps scenario of the 2009 original and its 2011 carbon-copy sequel. There is, in other words, no hangover in The Hangover Part III. more

  • 50
    Philadelphia Inquirer - by Steven Rea
    Most of it plays like Jackass. more

  • 50
    Chicago Sun-Times - by Richard Roeper
    Director Todd Phillips has delivered a film so different from the first two, one could even ask if this is even supposed to be a comedy. I'm not saying it's an unfunny comedy wannabe; I'm saying it plays more like a straightforward, real-world thriller with a few laughs than a hard-R slapstick farce. more

  • 50
    Movie Nation - by Roger Moore
    As "Hangovers" go, Part III isn't challenging or unpleasant, just instantly forgettable. It won't take much to sleep this one off. more

  • 42
    The Playlist - by Rodrigo Perez
    It would be unfair and an exaggeration to say 'Part III' ends with a whimper, as there are a few moments to savor, but there's hardly a climatic bang and, sadly, absolutely nothing epic and explosive about this rather tepid and forgettable trilogy closer. more

  • 40
    Arizona Republic - by Bill Goodykoontz
    It's an unnecessary movie, with some funny parts and a few callbacks to the original, as if visiting Las Vegas for a bit might bring back some of the original magic. It doesn't, but at least this time it seems like they're trying. A little, at least. ...

  • 40
    Village Voice - by Chris Packham
    With The Hangover Part III, director Todd Phillips continues to occupy an apt (and very lucrative) niche, casting rich, entitled fraternity dicks as underdog heroes beset by shrewish women, foreigners with funny accents, and even animals-often cute animals with big, dewy eyes. more

  • 40
    Total Film - by Matthew Leyland
    Less abrasive than Part II, but lacking any of Part I's freshness, this is the most lacklustre return-to-Vegas, trilogy-closing caper since "Ocean's Thirteen." more

  • 40
    The Hollywood Reporter - by Stephen Farber
    Young viewers looking for unbridled raunch will be sadly disappointed, and so will other moviegoers expecting more than a few wan chuckles. This picture is like a brightly colored balloon with all the comic air seeping out. more

  • 40
    Variety - by Andrew Barker
    Ditching the hangovers, the backward structure, the fleshed-out characters and any sense of debauchery or fun, this installment instead just thrusts its long-suffering protagonists into a rote chase narrative, periodically pausing to trot out fan favorites for a curtain call. more

  • 40
    Empire - by Olly Richards
    Tonally a complete departure from the rest of the series, which is at once laudably brave and disappointingly unfunny. more

  • 38
    USA Today - by Claudia Puig
    Nothing about this rote exercise feels remotely fresh. It's a re-tread of the 2009 original, sans the inspired lunacy. more

  • 38
    Boston Globe - by Ty Burr
    This third go-round for the "Wolf Pack" doesn't bother to Xerox the original 2009 hit comedy, as 2011's witless "Hangover 2" did. Instead, the new movie heads in different, if utterly formulaic, directions. So it's not terrible. It's just bad. more

  • 25
    San Francisco Chronicle - by Mick LaSalle
    If the first "Hangover" movie were this awful, there never would have been a Part Two. This is a joyless, unfunny mix of comedy and drama, a complete waste of time, with exactly one good joke in the entire movie. It comes in the first minute. After that, you can leave. ...

  • 20
    Los Angeles Times - by Betsy Sharkey
    Chow is actually an apt metaphor for the movie - indescribably irritating and only in it for the money. more

  • 20
    The Telegraph - by Tim Robey
    Bad scripting, bad plotting, terrible joke formulation, and not a single character actually having a hangover until part-way through the end credits. What kind of a Hangover movie is this? more

  • 20
    Time Out London - by David Fear
    Part III has curiously little interest in being even remotely funny. more

  • 12
    New York Post - by Kyle Smith
    The good news is that The Hangover Part III isn't a rerun like the second episode. The bad news is everything else. For all the promise of mayhem and WTF moments, the final episode hits you with all the force of a warm can of O'Doul's. more

  • 10
    The New York Times - by Stephen Holden
    The Hangover Part III, directed by Todd Phillips from a screenplay he wrote with Craig Mazin, is a dull, lazy walkthrough that along with "The Big Wedding" has a claim to be the year's worst star-driven movie. ...

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