I wasn't a fan of the first two Hangover movies. Here's my reaction to The Hangover Part III.

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  • Comment number 42. Posted by RussiansEatBambi66

    on 30 May 2013 19:56

    Hangover films brought a talented actor named Bradley Cooper into Hollywood and thanks to this we have Silver Linings Playbook and a Place Beyond the Pines (with many more great performances to come)

    Similar thing happened when Brian De Palma made those slightly off comedies: Hi Mom and Greetings - who did they introduce us to?

    Some guy called Robert De Niro

    I didn't like the movies that much but then if I was made to go see them in Soho during the day I'd probably get a bit irritated too

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  • Comment number 41. Posted by hypocritic

    on 28 May 2013 14:24

    So all we can do is judge the movie by the sheer amount of stubble you have grown in 100 minutes...

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  • Comment number 40. Posted by Frank Fforde

    on 28 May 2013 10:25

    The first Hangover film is actually pretty good. I don't think I laughed much (once?) but I see why people love it so much. However you might dislike it, it looks really good and the acting is ok. The script has the odd zinger although its mostly garbage. But I get it.

    Can't say I see any reason to see the other too though.

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  • Comment number 39. Posted by Tom Raw

    on 28 May 2013 10:02

    Mark, you champion the Twilight movies so on this one I'm going to have to see for myself :-p

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  • Comment number 38. Posted by Petetentacles

    on 27 May 2013 17:13

    To quote Queensryche: Silent Lucidity.

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  • Comment number 37. Posted by EdinburghRed

    on 27 May 2013 14:59

    Ok the first one was ok. Some laughs. Not bad, not great. A decent Hollywood comedy.
    The second one was just so lazy it kinda made me angry. Just a poor, poor excuse for a sequel. Essentially the same plot, characters and story only this time not at all funny. You got the feeling that the actors had a great time making it but the end product was not up to snuff. The makers should have been ashamed of themselves. I cant see why the 3rd one will be any better. Boring, unimaginative Hollywood.
    Oh and on the subject of weak trilogies look no further than the Ocean's movies. An ok but overrated first film followed by two pretty dire sequels. Ocean's 14 anyone?

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  • Comment number 36. Posted by R E ffolkes

    on 27 May 2013 00:24

    The none rant, this has to be the future of Kermodian rants, or maybe by the time Battling washing machines 4 comes out we'll have a videoblog of Dr K running down the street with the screaming habjabs being chased by a couple of fellas in white with oversized butterfly nets.
    There can only so much of this that he can take !!

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  • Comment number 35. Posted by robert paulson

    on 26 May 2013 22:11

    I chuckled, once......at this blog, which I'm betting is more than I would do where to watch the film.

    Sad state of affairs when the review is funnier than the film.

    Somebody please tell Hollywood: less is more.

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  • Comment number 34. Posted by anniemouse

    on 26 May 2013 11:22

    If anyone has time to use the listen again function on the 6 music site to listen to Edith Bowman's interview with the cast is it just me or does the cast sound almost disinterested with the movie themselves.

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  • Comment number 33. Posted by Chortle

    on 26 May 2013 00:39

    i have a feeling that marks reaction to the hangover 3 film is actually funnier than the film itself

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