• Anupama Chopra
    Anupama Chopra
    The Front Row


    It’s not often that you come out of a film feeling grubby, like you need to take a shower or partake in something cleansing like a yoga class. But that’s exactly how I felt after watching The Hangover Part III

  • Renuka Vyavahare
    Renuka Vyavahare
    Times of India


    While the film is undoubtedly better than the previous instalment, it’s not an out-and-out comedy as one would expect it to be. The jokes don’t come in as often and they aren’t as raunchy.

  • Ambarish Ganesh
    Ambarish Ganesh
    Indian Nerve


    This film, my friend, is loathsome and characterless, apart from being an embarrassment to the franchise. Avoid it while you still can.

  • The only real laugh in this film comes in the form of a crazy scene while the credits roll, but by then, it’s all too late.Having slaughtered all the holy cows of political correctness across two continents in the first two instalments, this third part seems to just run out of material.

  • With all its shortcomings, you have to admit ‘The Hangover Part III’ contains more of a plot than the earlier films. There may be fewer surprises and not so many laugh-out-loud moments, but its twist-filled storyline ensures that you’re seldom bored.

  • You do not, should not, and cannot tell the same joke thrice. It no longer remains a joke. Todd Phillips must know as much. But the lust for cashing in on a box-office friendly business model is evidently irresistible.

  • Like a stand up act that falls flat if the jokes are rehashed over a period of time, the film too seems to have overstayed its fame time and got into a rut.