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In every film of the trilogy, including this one, there are pigs somewhere. In The Hangover (2009), as Phil, Alan and Stu wake up in the trashed hotel suite, there is an inflatable pig in the bubble bath. In The Hangover Part II (2011), during the car chase through Bangkok, Chow crashes into a pig hanging on a meat stand and Stu gets covered in some of it. In The Hangover Part III (2013), Marshall's thugs wear pig masks. See more »
During the exchange toward the end, Phil asks Alan to get the last bag of gold out of the limo. As Alan walks toward the limo, the brake lights are on despite the fact that everyone is outside the limo. See more »
This film should have been put in a recycle bin to make some plastic Dixie cups from. 4 or 5 plastic cups would have been a much better use of the material. Its hard for me to believe Cooper and Helms agreed to participate in this abomination.
Trouble with this film is its for a 12 or 13 year old, but you need to be 17 to get in and see it. Also the few chuckles in the audience sounded like they were from a 79 - 80 IQ patron.
If you are a 40 year old adolescent or have a room temp IQ you may find this amusing. A level beneath fart jokes, this expletive laden non-script couldn't give anyone a chance to act even if they had the skills.
I wish I'd have spent the 90 minutes reorganizing my garage or deleting old emails - and I'm not kidding at all. Hope this saves you an excruciating time (and $) this holiday weekend.
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