Director: Todd Phillips

 Lead Actors: Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifinakis, Ken Jeong, John Goodman, Melissa Mccarthy

 Producer: Daniel Goldberg

 Plot Synopsis:

Mr. Chow has broken out of prison Shawshank Redemption - through the sewage pipes. This can only mean trouble. Meanwhile Alan, Galifinakis' character, is going through some hard times at home. A surrogate to his rich family, his latest action was to buy a giraffe and then later cause a 30-car pile up when the giraffe's head is decapitated on a low-lying bridge.

Then, Alan's father, who is the father from Arrested Development, dies of a heart attack brought on by his son's strange beahvior.

This leads to a family intervention for Alan and a decision to take him to some sort of rehab center in the middle of the desert in Arizona. But Alan insists that his "wolf pack" take him there.

In the middle of the trip, the car is high jacked - and that's when the fun starts.

Who Would Like It
The theatre I watched it in, everyone liked it. They were having fun with it. It is a multi million dollar hey ride. These guys could do anything. They had the money and the green light and the power. There was cock- fighting and breaking into mansions and everything in between. Fans of Mr. Chow definitely got a lot of Chow.

Who Might not Like it

Lovers of plot, good acting and any kind of continuity. John Goodman was wasted here, as was Bradley Cooper and Heather Graham. This movie was about Alan and Chow. Good thing though because they were great. Let's face it, this movie was the third installment of a franchise and they ran out of trouble for the Wolf Pack to get into.

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Top Scenes:
Galifinakis whaling after his intervention in emotion and gried reminded me of the famous youtube clip of the guy whaling.

Chow was also great as a Cocained sleepless criminal mastermind, I really enjoyed that. Let's face it, you have to set your thinking cap down to enjoy this movie. Just strap in, numb your brain cells with candy and pop corn, and enjoy it! Two Mike and Ikes.

CHOW was epic! Ultimate bad ass! He took a knife to one of the characters and said "move and I cut open his artery!"
Geoffrey Altrocchi

Galafanakis is one of the greatest actors of his generation.
-Geoffrey Altrocchi

Bradley Cooper was pointless other than to have a straight-laced alpha male in there. His dialogue was aweful! He did have one funny line though when Chow was doing karaoke in a dive bar in Mexico, "what exactly am I watching?"
Geoffrey Altrocchi

Not sure what this poster has to do with any of the movie . . . other than the need to show the lead actors in cool suits. . .
-Geoffrey Altrocchi

Cool masks and they made for a good movie poster . . .
-Geoffrey Altrocchi

Director Todd Phillipps has yet to prove himself in my mind.. . .
Geoffrey Altrocchi

The giraffe scene was great in the beginning. . .
-Geoffrey Altrocchi

This was a good scene when Chow's cocks get out of control. . .
-Geoffrey Altrocchi

I think this guy is a great actor.
-Geoffrey Altrocchi

Definitely a funny opener. . .
-Geoffrey Altrocchi

Guest superstar John Goodman. . .

Galafanakis was relied upon in this movie to deliver all the funny lines. While he is a great actor, he is better than being the out-of-control fat guy role inherited from Chris Farley and John Candy. I think Galafanakis sold himself short in this one. . .
-Geoffrey Altrocchi

Women are very unimportant in the world of HO 3. . .
-Geoffrey Altrocchi


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Lead Actors: Tom Cruise, Andrea Risebrough

Director: Joseph Kosinoski

Producer: Jess Berger

Plot Synopsis:
This movie was a great concept. It started off very interesting. Tom Cruise plays Jack, who as far as we can tell in the beginning is stationed with a live-in, beautiful, sexy female communications assistant, played wonderfully by Andrea Risebrough.

We learn that they are stationed somewhere just above Earth's atmosphere in the year 2072, and their job is to monitor two large reverse damns that import water from what's left of Planet Earth to a new planet that supposedly all Earthlings are to transition to very soon.

The idea being that Earth has been attacked by aliens who took out its moon, which caused massive earthquakes and tidal waves.

So Jack, on his daily missions, drops through Earth's cloud system past the Ozone layer into Earth on his sleek space ship every day to maintain drones, who are robotic security devices assigned to these reverse damns.

There is . . . we learn . . . some force resisting this relocation of what's left of the human race . . .

Andrea Riseborough

Who Would Like It
Science fiction fans. Tom Cruise fans (nothing can stop this guy from making compelling movies, not high profile divorces, scandal and religious backlash).

Who Might not Like it
Tom Cruise haters. People who need a good plot from beginning to end . .  I personally felt it fell apart near the middle. Also, I thought Morgan Freeman's performance was terrible and not needed. I am not excited that this is the first time these two have been together in a movie. I personally don't think that's a big deal at all. When Morgan Freeman entered the movie, that is when it fell apart!

The Art Direction is Oscar-Worthy. Cruise and his assistant's headquarters are to die for and I could see someone rich demanding that their beach house be designed this way.

Also, some of the shots with Cruise and Kurylenko on planet Earth, especially some scenes in the desert, reminded me of a high-fashion art spread in Vogue or a similar type of magazine. Not sure if that was intentional or not.

is wonderful. She is subtly sexual, motherly and robotic at the same time. Her interior struggle with headquarters, managing the boyish Jack whom she clearly has some feelings for and her duties and almost masterful. She wasn't wasted but I hope to see her in a movie soon with a more cohesive plot.

Top Scenes
I enjoyed Jack's bumpy descents into Earth's atmosphere. There is a scene when Morgan Freeman lights a match in a cave to reveal himself which is a joke. It seriously is very cheesy. I fell off my seat laughing because of its unintended cheesiness.

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