The Bottom Line
Should you see it?
It ruins Alan and Chow, the best things about the first film, by over-exposing them. It's unoriginal, boring, and predictable.
There's no hangover in The Hangover 3. Instead, the result is more of a Jay and Silent Bob Strikes Back-type spinoff. Co-writer/director Todd Phillips gives us too much of a good thing, allowing Zach Galifianakis and Ken Jeong to run wild while the rest of the cast sits back on auto-pilot and...Read Full Story
Hangover III star Ken Jeong will be the first to tell you he borrows, steals, and recycles his limited array of dance moves. He knows what's in his wheelhouse and he sticks with it. But there's one that's all his own. See if you can guess which one and where he drew his inspiration. (Hint: He's not rolling invisible dice.)Read Full Story
On May 23 we'll find out the wild conclusion to Todd Phillips' Hangover series. Only this time, in Hangover Part III, there are no bachelor parties to piece together and no weddings to get to. The Wolfpack will hit open road, where things are guaranteed to go awry. Warner Bros. has just released a ton of images from the sequel, which offers a peek into all the madness that is sure to ensue. And, judging by the trailer and the director's hint that someone in this film will die, there's sure to...Read Full Story
In perhaps the first time we've ever seen someone get emotional after winning an MTV Movie Award, The Hangover star Ken Jeong took a moment to pay tribute to his wife Tran, who recently battled and overcame breast cancer.After accepting the award on behalf of his "penis," Jeong abruptly became serious, saying: "Todd Philips and Bradley Cooper helped me through a really difficult time when my wife was going through breast-cancer treatment," said Jeong, 40, who won an award for "Best WTF Moment...Read Full Story
Kendrick Kang-Joh Jeong, MD (born July 13, 1969), also known as "Dr. Ken," is an American comedian, actor, and physician. He appears as Ben Chang on the NBC comedy series Community.