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The Wolf Pack are back to cap off the hit Hangover trilogy.
When his father passes away, the erratic behaviour of Alan (Zach Galifianakis) kicks into overdrive and his friends and family resort to staging an intervention. Pals Stu (Ed Helms), Phil (Bradley Cooper) and Doug (Justin Bartha) agree to hit the road and take him to get treatment, but when their car is run off the road by a gang of heavies and Doug is kidnapped, their trip turns into a desperate fight to save his skin.
The Hangover gang return with more of the outrageous shenanigans that made the first two instalments such massive hits - nobody gets a facial tattoo or loses a tooth, but look out for karaoke, chicken attacks and a mortally wounded giraffe. After stealing the first two films, Galifianakis gets most of the laughs here, while Bartha is again side-lined for most of the movie. Ken Jeong is back as livewire Leslie Chow, who has a key role to play, while John Goodman, Jeffrey Tambor and Melissa McCarthy make their first appearances in the series.