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Bradley Cooper & Ed Helms & Todd Phillips-The Hangover Part III

Bradley Cooper & Ed Helms & Todd Phillips-The Hangover Part III


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The Wolfpack gets together for one last time in Las Vegas - the city where it all began. With no wedding and no bachelor party, what could possibly go wrong? Yet all hell breaks loose as the city crumbles in mayhem. Hangover Part III is the epic finale to the hilarious Hangover trilogy. The monster success of the original The Hangover owed much to director Todd Phillipss tendency to push things a little farther than comfortable, almost daring the audience to sympathize with the characters. The third (and reportedly final) film ditches the ingenious flashback structure of the previous installments, in favor of a surprisingly brutal heist/gangster plot hybrid. While fans should be satisfied with the series ultimate destination, the increasingly dark tone does call into question if it can still really be classified as a comedy. Kicking off with the first of several violent animal-related mishaps, the story finds Alan (Zach Galifianakis) more unhinged than ever, to the point where the rest of the Wolfpack (Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, and Justin Bartha) find it necessary to stage an intervention via therapeutic road trip. Fate barges in, however, in the form of a mobster (John Goodman) with a chip on his shoulder and revenge on the brain. Even though the mood may have changed, many of the other factors have thankfully stayed the same, including the chemistry of the lead actors, the strong assistance of folks like Heather Graham, Jeffrey Tambor, and newbie Melissa McCarthy, as well as the ever-escalating torture of the exceedingly game Helms. (Warning: for the sake of your furniture, do not attempt to eat or drink anything when the closing credits start to roll.) This sequels prime distinguishing characteristic, though, takes the form of Mr. Chow (Ken Jeong), a character whose brief but vivid appearance helped launch the first film into bad taste nirvana. While the fearlessness of Jeong in the part remains legendary, the decision to place him front and center this time

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Leonard Maltin's 2015 Movie Guide

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The 12 Best Action Movies on Netflix - GQ Magazine

There are, conservatively, fourteen billion terrible action movies out there, and a lot of them are available on Netflix. There are also some really good ones, but thanks to the streaming site's insistence on using incomprehensible algorithms to serve up suggestions and thumbnails that very regularly have nothing to do with the stuff they're meant to represent, it's...


  1. So will a handful of other Canadian films, including Sorry for Your Loss, Collin Friesen's comedy-drama starring Bruce Greenwood and Justin Bartha; Wolfcop director Lowell Dean's apocalyptic Supergrid and Chad Archibald's horror flick I'll Take Your Dead.
  2. A completely deranged and frankly ridiculous mystery movie anchored by three outstanding lead performances. Nic Cage, Diane Kruger, and Justin Bartha all act as if they are in entirely different movies, and their messiness—and that of the story itself


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Save the date: Opening on September 7, von Bartha will present an exhibition by British-born, Berlin-based artist Terry Haggerty. Featuring three series of new large ...

John Barth - Wikipedia
Life. John Barth, called "Jack", was born in Cambridge, Maryland. He has an older brother, Bill, and a twin sister, Jill. He graduated in 1947 from Cambridge High ...

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