The Wolfpack set out in search of Mr. Chow after Doug is kidnapped by a criminal seeking to recover $21 million from the diminutive hustler as the decadent Hangover trilogy winds to an outrageous close. Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis, Ken Jeong, John Goodman, and Melissa McCarthy star in this Warner Bros. release from director Todd Phillips.~Jason Buchanan
Replacing Zach: The secret auditions
After the massive success of The Hangover and The Hangover Part II, Todd Phillips has had enough of the bad-boy antics of Zach Galifianakis, and goes about secretly auditioning actors to replace Zach, forever altering the course of Hangover history
The Wolfpack's Wildest Stunts
Witness the biggest stunts and action sequences in the entire series, including zip-lining over Las Vegas Boulevard and dangling off the Caesars Palace sign
Pushing the limits
The cast and crew relive the hilarious and awkward moments of working with children and animals who ignore everything you say, and poop wherever they want
Inside focus: The real chow
Is Ken Jeong really Leslie Chow?
Ken JeongMr. Chow
Mike EppsBlack Doug
Oliver CooperPharmacy Assistant
Oscar TorreOfficer Vasquez
Silvia CurielHouse Keeper
Betty MurphyCassie's Mom
Jim LauChief Prison Guard
Lela LorenFemale Officer
Scott Anthony LeetHenchman #1
Tim SitarzHenchman #2
Roger SchuellerPriest at Funeral
Jenny LadnerParty Girl
Max Aronoff-SherFreeway Boy
Emma WetzelFreeway Girl
Christophe BeckComposer (Music Score)
George DrakouliasMusical Direction/Supervision
Randall PosterMusical Direction/Supervision
Maher AhmadProduction Designer
Austin GorgArt Director
Chris BenderExecutive Producer
J.C. SpinkExecutive Producer
Scott BudnickExecutive Producer
Thomas TullExecutive Producer
Randy D. WilkinsSet Designer
Thomas T. TaylorSet Designer
William V. RyderSet Designer
Louise MingenbachCostume Designer
Cameron FrankleySound/Sound Designer
Jason W. JenningsSound/Sound Designer
Jeffrey WetzelFirst Assistant Director
Whit NorrisSound Mixer
Carey JonesSpecial Effects Supervisor
David A. SiegelUnit Production Manager
Gregg LandakerRe-Recording Mixer
Gregory NicoteroSpecial Effects Supervisor
Howard BergerSpecial Effects Supervisor
Kevin O'ConnellRe-Recording Mixer
Lee GilmoreSound Effects Editor
Absurd Comedy,Buddy Film,Farce
The Hangover Part III
Year of Release
2 Discs, DVD, Includes Digital Copy, Special Edition
Dolby Digital w/ sub-woofer channel, stereo
Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV
English, French, Spanish
English, French, Spanish
Warner Home Video
The Hangover Part III [Special Edition] [2 Discs] [Includes Digital Copy] [DVD] 
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Rated 4 out of 5 stars
The Final Hangover
The Wolf Pack is back again for one final adventure, this time taking them to not just Vegas but Mexico as well. Allen is having a bit of a crisis so his family do an intervention, Stu, Phil and Doug offer to take Allen to a Rehab place so he can get well again. Meanwhile, Mr Chow has escaped from a prison overseas and is trying to get back. While on their way to Vegas, the Wolf Pack's vehicle is forced off the road by a truck, they get out and are confronted by a few guys who are trying to find Mr Chow and think our guys are the ones that can find him... to help insure that they do, they kidnap Doug. The hunt is on to find Chow and bring him to Vegas so Doug can be released and they can get out of the crazy mess.
This was a leap of faith purchase as I had missed it in the theater. It was certainly darker than I expected and completely different from the first two. But as a fan and a collector, it was a must to complete my Blu-Ray Hangover trilogy. The extras were pretty much the same as on the other two, with the exception of a very weird, barely inspired exposé that basically followed an investigative filmmaker as he tried to uncover the "real" behind the scenes drama from Bangkok during the filming of Hangover 2. The payoff was anticlimactic. I expected more than something a JC filmmaking class could have come up with than from Todd Philips' team -- they are wealthy professionals after all.
The crew worked well together and the movie, though still fresh in my head, was very enjoyable. I wouldn't go out to say it's the best Hangover of them all, but I also wouldn't say it was the worst. This movie was full of hilariously awkward scenes this Hangover gets a 4/5 rating from me.
It's a movie you're going to want to go see, and a movie you won't mind spending a few bucks on. If you're easily offended, you'll hate this movie (even I thought they pushed the limit on a few of their jokes in this one, but hey, it's an adult comedy).
It'll definitely be another movie that you'll be quoting the one-liners for quite a while
Some similarities with I and II but John Goodman brought humor and interest to the plot. I like it. I think you have to like I and II to appreciate III. Cho brought his usual humor and craziness to the film. Melissa McCarthy was Ho Hum...
This is the third and final installment of the Hangover trilogy. Of all 3, this is my second favorite. I was not a big fan of the first one, and the second one is my favorite of the three. The 3rd Hangover film is not the typical format as the first 2. Mr. Chow is a lot darker than before and more like the international criminal he is supposed to be. Nonetheless, it is a good film for those who like raunchy comedy. This film is not for everyone, but for those who enjoy that type of stuff, it is pretty good. Its an okay farewell to our favorite Wolfpack.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
The worst of the bunch but still entertaining.
This movie barely earned the 4 rating, but did. It's the least funny of the hangover series. Zack G kept the movie funny, but some of the jokes were a bit forced. It's the same formula as the others, Chow is a big character in this, and there a few laugh out loud moments, but it lacks the previous movies. If you see it in the 5.99 pick it up other wise save your money until you see a copy in there.