Hangover III is worth a watch


Aaron Ayala, staff writer

Let’s take a look back at the golden years, the early-mid 2000s — 2013s “The Hangover Part III” to be exact.

The iconic group of misfits, also known as the Wolfpack, are back together after the narrow escape of the disaster of Bangkok. It’s been two years since the gang got together.

Now, Phil, Stu, and Doug have happy lives at home — but Alan doesn’t. Still lacking contentment and a sense of purpose, Alan has gone off his meds and surrendered to his natural impulses. It’s up to the other members of the Wolfpack to get him through his personal crisis by embarking on a road trip to the place it all began: Las Vegas.

Do you remember the notorious international criminal, Mr. Leslie Chow? I’m sure you do, the crazy coke head that got the gang into lots of trouble in the past.

He had been pinned in Bangkok and is out to escape the insufferable maxi-security prison. He is also out to get a kingpin’s gold, Marshall, his boss.

The gang has a dilemma, since Marshall knows that Alan has connections to Chow, he takes Doug as insurance to make sure that they bring Chow to him. The gang finally manages to find chow but make a deal with him. If they help him “find the other half of his gold”, then he would turn himself in to Marshall. But Chow, being the criminal mastermind that he is, manipulates the gang into helping him steal the rest of Marshall’s gold, causing greater problems for them. 

It is up to the gang to think of a well thought out plan to get Doug back before Marshall kills him. This movie has a bity of everything and will keep you entertained throughout.