I’ll be honest: I didn’t see the second one. It looked a little stupid, but the previews for #3 looked really funny, so I decided I’d check it out.
Worth it. While I planned to see while it was in theaters, I picked this when I arrived at the box office. I had left the house intending to see Fast and Furious 6, but when I got to the ticket window, I suddenly changed my mind. I’m glad I did.
This movie was funny, start to finish. Alan is Alan to the fullest extent, Doug gets pulled out of the equation right at the beginning, John Goodman is the villain (how many different ways can I say “awesome?”), and Chow is back and better than ever.
May I just say that it is truly astonishing to me to see where Bradley Cooper was when the first Hangover film came out and where he is now? He was just a dick in the comedy movies (see: Wedding Crashers) who suddenly came to the front of Hollywood’s mind as a star, in just four years, mind you, making movies with Liam Neeson, Dennis Quaid, and Robert De Niro (twice!). The guy has a depth that went unrealized for years, and I think it’s wonderful that he not only is a true comic talent, but a great dramatic actor as well.
I was a little surprised as the movie went on how well written it was. It was funny, but the story played out very well as a “quest” kind of movie, and I really was surprised at some of the twists and turns in the plot, so, well done writers. It isn’t easy to do a third installment in a franchise and keep it entertaining, but they succeeded. They did a really good job tying in scenes and plot points from the previous films without relying too heavily on them.
Though the general plot is similar to the first film, they have to find/save Doug, the story is less antics and more Murphy’s law. Most of the movie takes place in Mexico, so again, new city, but going along with the tying up of loose ends, they do wind right back up where they started, Vegas. But, it really makes perfect sense for the story and doesn’t feel familiar or lazy as a plot direction.
I do think they went a little too far humiliating Stu at the end (you’ll have to watch part of the end credits to see this scene), but it leaves you wondering: can they pull off another sequel? I don’t think they should, and the promotional stuff (including the poster above) implies that there are no more sequels to be had. I think this movie is a really good high note to go out on, but you never know. Sometimes all these Hollywood producers see are $$$.
That’s right. I liked it that much. And not just because I love Bradley Cooper and his hair. It was really that funny, more entertaining than Fast 6, and it was a fun tie-up to a much-loved franchise.
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