About a month ago, the first trailer for The Hangover III came out, and it looked nuts, in a fun yet ambiguous way. We knew John Goodman was the bad guy, we just weren’t sure why. The second trailer explains the plot a bit more. Apparently, Chow stole $21 million from Goodman, and the man wants it back. Phil, Stu, and Alan (Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, and Zach Galifianakis) must find him, or Goodman will kill Doug (poor Justin Bartha, he probably would really like to be in the second act of one of these movies). The movie hits theaters on May 24. Maybe leave your giraffe at home, as that one scene might be hard for him/her to watch; also, it would definitely obstruct everyone’s view.
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