The Hangover Part III Monday, 13 July 2020

The Hangover Part III

Additional Info

  • Rating:

    MA15+: Strong coarse language, nudity and crude humour.

  • The pitch:

    Triple the headache.

  • Starring:

    Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis, Justin Bartha, Ken Jeong, Melissa McCarthy, John Goodman, Jeffrey Tambor, Heather Graham, Sasha Barrese, Mike Epps, Jamie Chung

  • Directed by:

    Todd Phillips

  • Running time:

    100 minutes

  • Rated:

    MA15+ (Australia), 15 (UK), R (USA)


    Prison riot; objects get burned, thrown. Prison escape. People get shot, punched, kicked, headbutted, hit with objects, crash-tackled, kidnapped, held hostage, hooded, threatened at gunpoint, threatened with a blade, clawed/mauled, locked in a cellar, locked in a car boot, fall to the ground, teeter on high balconies, jump from high ledges. Animals are beheaded, thrown through windows, suffocated, drugged, murdered. Objects (animal's head, rock) are thrown through windscreens. Dangerous driving, multiple vehicle collisions, car rear-ended. Smashed glass. A man collapses from an implied heart attack. Men wear pig-masks. Cockfighting. Shots fired at people, animals. Break and enter; objects get smashed, damaged, stolen. Yelling, arguing. Blood/gore: Bloody scratches on clothing, heads, faces. Hypodermic syringe. Corpses. CPR.


    Sexual innuendo. Group sex, prostitution implied. Frequent references to sexual acts, oral sex, masturbation. Kissing (male-female, male-male). Advertising signage for live nude shows, pornography. Nudity: Breasts, women in underwear, man-boobs. Naked Chinaman.


    Prescription medication discussed. Cocaine, 'doing blow' frequently mentioned. Drug paraphernalia, drug deal. A man uses a fake prescription to obtain Demerol. Spiked drink, food. Animals are drugged with legal drugs and cocaine (mentioned). Alcohol (beer, wine, champagne, spirits). Smoking (cigar, cigarettes). Casino setting, casino games mentioned.


    Frequent f-words, s-words, ass-words, n-word, slang for females and female genitalia. Name-calling. Religious exclamations. Cultural, ethnic, gender, sexual, genre, disability and over-weight stereotyping.


    Friendship, misadventure, hedonism, stolen goods, mayhem, intervention, mobsters.


    Prison, funeral, cemetery, burial, casino settings. Deceased father, husband. Dogs, giraffe, burro, chickens, cockerels, monkey; pig-masks, snakeskin worn, taxidermy. Tiger-skin rug. Planes (landing and mid-cruise), strobe lighting. Cancer, loss of licensure, colour blindness, dyslexia mentioned. Sweating, spitting, gagging, urination, phlegm sounds. A deceased man's clothes are worn. Brief Spanish (no subtitles). High aerials from skyscraper roof. Mid-credits scene.


    A few laughs. Nice aerials over Las Vegas, decent cinematography. Hilarious end credits scene.


    Humourless, grotesque, un-structured, ridiculous, un-intelligent, tame, pallid. Alan's character is no longer lovable, endearing.

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