This movie isn't entirely bad, I suppose it just presents itself in too dry of a manner, for its predecessors already pitched the same product. However, if you want to just have a laugh at senseless humor, and don't really care much for a story, then I would suggest watching this movie. You will be chuckling and guffawing at Zach Galifianakis, who plays the role of Alan, who stole the spotlight once again. The majority of the time you will be laughing at his crazy antics. The Hangover movies' success is dependent on the outrageous mannerisms of the character of Alan, and is only made possible by Galifianakis's acting. Don't expect anything special, though. Like I said, if all you need is a laugh, then watch this movie.
However, if you are someone who weighs the quality and originality of the plot in order to find the quality and originality of the movie, then you won't find much weight in The Hangover 3. The plot can be simply stated, especially when seen the third time. Two best friends and one buffoon must solve the mystery of where the missing person is in order to save their kidnapped friend. However, instead of having to retrace their steps from a night of partying, drug using, and blundering into troublesome situations, this time, the heroes must track down Mr. Chow - not a big difference.
The Hangover Part 3 is much better than the second Hangover, but much worse than the first Hangover. This movie tries spicing up the story line by recounting to previous events that occurred in the first and second movies and changing up the way the catastrophe starts, but it is nothing different. This movie is not a must-see film, but if you're bored enough, go for it.
Written by: Joey Nguyen