Normally movies get released on Fridays, but The Hangover 3 is one of the special ones getting a Thursday debut. It is a holiday weekend after all, and let's be real, it felt like Friday on like, Tuesday this week. But regardless, we're here to give you our OK! or OMG?! movie review of the film. First, read up on this checklist of things to look out for in the film, then, read our handy dandy review below where we tell you things you might not have known from just seeing the trailer. Get crackin'! Photos: The Hangover 3 By the Numbers Something you should know going into this movie? It's a lot more tame than the other two Hangover films were. There's no face tattoos, no missing teeth, and no tigers in the bathtub. There are other wild animals though. About 7, to be exact. But the movie in general is a lot more realistic than the others. This is like, the craziest thing that happens: You probably don't really get the plot of the film from the trailers either. It starts off with Alan's father dying and him being weird and depressed, so the wolfpack tries to stage an intervention by bringing him to rehab. On their way there, they run into Marshall, aka John Goodman, who asks them to help him get back some gold that Chow stole from him a few years back. And then, it begins. OK! Old School: The Hangover Cast Before They Were Famous Another thing to note? This movie is not as one-liner heavy as the other two films. There are definitely some amazingly hilarious moments though. We loved the short albeit sweet scene where Alan compliments Phil on his shirt. "I like your top! Is it from Diesel?" Basically, Alan is everything in this movie. So is Melissa McCarthy. Also, pretty much everything that was left open-ended gets resolved this time around. And some of the original characters are back! Like Black Doug and even baby Carlos, all grown up: OK! or OMG?!: This movie is not as good as the first Hangover but is way better than the second. The plot was the most normal of the three, too, so bonus points there. We give it an OMG! because it's hard to make a third movie in a franchise good. And also, Zach Galifiniakis just wins at life this time around. In more ways than one... Watch: Inside Scoop From The Hangover 3 The Hangover 3 is out now! Are you going to see it over Memorial Day weekend? Is this review swaying you one way or another to see it? Tweet us @OKMagazine! Photo credit: Warner Brothers Pictures
It was the night before the morning after that a gregarious gang hit Leicester Square. Not for casino chaos, but for Warner Bros.’ “The Hangover Part III” Euro bow, May 22. Bradley Cooper, Heather Graham and Zach Galifianakis met hoards of hollering fans lining the Empire Cinema’s red carpet strip, in addition to some mandatory... Read more »
Jamie Chung looked gorge at the LA premiere of The Hangover III and that was partly because of her amazing hair! (Though that Armani LBD isn't bad...) OK! Movie Mania: All The Best Pics From 'The Hangover 3' Premiere Celebrity hairstylist Shaylee Blatz of LA’s Nine Zero One Salon created the look for Jamie using Black 15in1 products—here's how to recreate it: Spray the Miracle Hair Treatment on damp hair before blow drying, smoothing strands and reducing flyaways around her hairline. Then, sweep hair to one side with the Miracle Finishing Hair Spray. This will add long lasting shine and act as an anti-humidity spray. 10 Reality Stars Who Have Been in Movies What do you think of Jamie's pretty 'do? Would you try it at home? Sound off in the comments below or on Twitter @OKMagazine! OK! Movie Mania: 'The Hangover Part 3' By The Numbers Photo credit: Getty
Long before the The Hangover franchise became a worldwide phenomenon, the film's four stars were struggling actors just trying to make a name for themselves in Hollywood. OK! News: The Hangover: Part 3 By the Numbers Just in case Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianikis, Ed Helms or Justin Bartha become too big for their britches, we've dug up some old videos of their humble beginnings! OK! Movie Mania: Jennifer Aniston Strips Down in We're the Millers Check out Bradley in in his Wet Hot American Summer love scene back in 2001: Or Zach doing standup comedy, appearing on VH1 and acting in scenes from all the other forgotten shows he did during his climb to success: Ed had a part in the forgettable TV show Cheap Seats: Without Ron Parker in 2004 (luckily, that same year he also had an appearance on the season 2 premiere of Arrested Development as a real estate agent): And last, but certainly not least, Justin rapped Sir Mix-A-Lot's song "Baby Got Back" in a scene with Ben Affleck in the 2003 bomb Gigli: Are you seeing The Hangover: Part 3? Give us your review of it in the comment section or tweet us @OKMagazine.
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