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Submitted by Crazay 633d ago | video

The First Clip From The Hangover Part III Has Arrived

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On the heels of this morning's gamecock poster, Warner Bros. Pictures has released the very first full clip from Todd Phillips' The Hangover Part III. (Cinema, The Hangover Part III)

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Crazay  +   633d ago
Oh Alan...you hairy dumb Ruh-tard
Hergula  +   632d ago
Haha, looks funny as hell.
StarWarsFan  +   632d ago
I'm eager to see this just because it looks different. The second movie was just a repeat of the plot of the first. It just didn't have enough fresh material.
Plagasx  +   632d ago
Totally agree. I'm hoping this one is a big change.
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Blasphemy  +   632d ago
Didn't care for the second one, on some scenes it seemed like they were trying to hard.
aDDicteD  +   623d ago
that was funny, i really hope this one is as good as part 1

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