The formula might have been freshened up (this time it’s more of a road-trip-cum-heist caper), but the end result is stale.
Zach Galifianakis’ oddball Alan is still central; Ken Jeong is still screeching the same frat-boy phrases and Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Justin Bartha look like they’d rather be elsewhere.
Marginally less offensive to Asians, women, homosexuals and paying moviegoers than Part II, Todd Phillips’ bullish dick flick brings the franchise to a close with what’s basically an expensive bad joke.
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