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Good, but not up to the par set by the first two films
Of course I was skeptical when I saw the trailers, and I thought to myself, is three just too many? So, needless to say, I didn't go see the movie in theaters, I didn't even pay to rent the movie, but when it was released on Cinemax this week, I decided to watch it. It was very funny, there were a few points where the plot drug on, but if you let this movie stand alone, and ignore the references to the earlier movies, and just enjoy it for what it is, then it's a pretty good movie. There is some foul language, and a few sexual situations, but other than that, this is a pretty good family movie (for kids 13 and up), with good morals, and a good sense of right and wrong.
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