Final Film Critique Paper: Hangover Part Iii

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Final Film Critique Paper: Hangover Part III
Barbara Kordell
English 225: Introduction to Film
Instructor: Michael O'Donnell
May 27, 2013

Final Film Critique: Hangover Part III I have chosen the Hangover 3, directed by Todd Phillips, to critique; it seems to be a very humorous movie from just watching this one clip. This movie is in the genre of comedy, it is being called the epic final of the “Wolf Pack”. Since the Hangover III does not get released until May 23, 2013 I will base my paper on the movie clip, I my critique I will attempt to explain the uses of sound cinematography used in the clip that I have viewed, and how well the actors play there parts in the clip. The scene for the clip titled Hangover Part III
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This scene is shot with both close ups and long shots to give a better idea of where and what is happening. The Hangover Part III genre is comedy and most reviews I have read for the most part agree with the genre except this comment by Jonathan Kim “Hangover 3 should really just be called Alan and Chow, since virtually all of the humor in this alleged comedy is supposed to come from the antics of these two characters” (Kim, 2013). There are a few mixed reviews that seem that the reviewer thinks this is an overplayed movie with the release of the third Hangover movie. From the reviews that I have read this is a film I wish to see, but not before I see its two predecessors. The rest of the clip The Hangover Part III is a scene of the Wolf Pack attempting to do what Marshal wants and retrieve his money. On the journey to save their friend Doug, the rest of the Wolf Pack encounter many crazy problems that it would appear that Alan has caused. As I have stated earlier, this paper is based on a movie clip only with no idea what the final whole film will elaborate more on. The sounds in this clip whether it be back ground noise of the forced crash or the sounds of the crowds was done in a way that you really do not notice them unless you are listening for them. I think most movie goers do not even realize the background sounds are in the movie unless they would cut them out, which would make it

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