Written May 27, 2013
I thought it was overall entertaining, somewhat predicatable. Liked it a lot better than Hangover 2. I think the director did a good job of tying he story back to Hangover 1 and 2. However, Ken Jeong stole the show and I thought John Goodman held his own as well. Of course Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Gus Galifanikas we great.
Written May 24, 2013
I felt it was basically disappointing. Not that it had no entertainment value, and if you're a fan of the Hangover movies and characters, it's definitely worth seeing. Just don't get your hopes up too high, it's no where near as good as the first two. I don't know why they felt the need to depart from the plot of the first two, they could have added some twists and pulled off a third hungover, loss of memory adventure. Yea it's been done, and we know what's coming, but it can still be hilarious. This movie just fell way short of what they could have done. The scene that appears after the credits start rolling is probably the funniest part of the movie.
Written July 02, 2013
This movie was waaaaaay better than the second one. Plot was a total surprise, But of course doesn't hold a candle to the first!!! Still a must see.
Written May 23, 2013
This movie is a MUST PASS...don't waste your money....there isn't a single laugh in an hour and 40 minutes.
A complete departure from the first two Hangovers, this is more of a chase story of Leslie Chow than a comedy.
You've seen the highlight scenes on the trailer shown on TV.
DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY...this is horrendous.....
Written May 26, 2013
Oh boy - disappointing! The humor is pretty lame, you've seen most of it in the trailer. I love John Goodman but he blows in this one! And Chow - so over him. It's time for these boys to move on to something new, we've been around these blocks already. Loved Ed Helms - he is always the shining light. Save your money :( HOWEVER - if you do see it don't leave when the credits start to roll or you will miss the best part of the whole movie :) - jusss sayin'!