The hangover 4 is a popular American comedy movie which is created by Jon Lucas and Scott Moore. This movie is directed by Todd Phillips. The Music by Christophe Beck. Till now there is a total of 3 parts of this movie.
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The Hangover 4: Highlights
The story follows the misfortune of a quadruplet of friends who are also known as “the Wolfpack” who go on their road trip to take part in a bachelor party. While all of the films discover three of the four men on an assignment or mission to find their lost friend, the first two films center on the events following a night of dissipation before a party in Las Vegas and Bangkok and the third movie entails a road trip and an abducting in place of a bachelor party.
The Hangover 4: Release Date
There is no official announcement of the release of part 4 of this movie. After the release of first three seasons, fans thought that the season 3 is the final part of the movie. But a few days ago the team gave a surprise by releasing the poster of part 4 of the movie.
The Hangover 4: Spoilers
The spoilers or raw scans of this movie is atii not released. In part 3 of the movie we have seen, Phil, Stu, and Doug are joyfully living unexciting lives at home. The only member of the Wolfpack who is not pleased is Alan.
Each movie in the series centres on how the friends share out the repercussions of their high jinks while they are being embarrassed and sometimes physically tortured at every turn.
Where You Can Watch This Movie
You can watch this movie on Netflix or Amazon prime video. All three parts of this movie are available on Netflix and Amazon prime. The first part of this movie was loved by everyone but the second part did not get that much appreciation as it was just the same story as the first part.
The Hangover 4: Cast
- Bradley Cooper as Phil Wenneck
- Ed Helms as Stu Price
- Zach Galifianakis as Alan Garner
- Justin Bartha as Doug Billings
- Ken Jeong as Mr. Leslie Chow
- Jeffrey Tambor as Sid Garner
- Sondra Currie as Linda Garner
- Sasha Barrese as Tracy Garner-Billings
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