This is it. The final adventure of the Wolf Pack. Phil, Stu, and Doug are now in content and happy with their married life until the group's black sheep Alan needs to be brought to psychiatric care on which the group volunteers to accompany him. Seems like a simple road trip but this is the Wolf Pack we're talking about. All bets are off when disaster magnet Leslie Chow escaped prison and is in contact with Alan.
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Review: It may not be like the first Hangover, but they gave it all what they got just to make the audience not leaving the cinemas without laughing. What makes this good was there was no wedding this time. But the best part of it was that it won't be a Hangover movie without Alan and Chow. They are the ones who brought the laughter.
One revelation was that Melissa McCarthy made a good addition to the humor of Hangover. It may be a good idea to give Ms. McCarthy and Zack Galifianakis another shot of teaming up in another comedy.
Hangover Part III is worth watching in cinemas just to see the Wolf Pack for the last time before they make a bow. Released and distributed by Warner Bros. in association with Legendary Pictures. For more movie reviews, visit and like the L.E.N.S. blogs on Facebook.