Thursday, 5 July 2012

The Three Stooges Review

The Three Stooges

Release Date: 28th June 2012 - Australia

Production Companies
Wessler Entertainment
C3 Entertainment Inc.
Conundrum Entertainment

20th Century Fox Australia

Genre: Comedy

Rating: PG

Runtime: 90 minutes

Budget: $30,000,000

Box Office Gross: $54,819,301

Plot Summary
While trying to save their
childhood orphanage,
Moe, Larry and Curly
inadvertently stumble into
a murder plot and a reality
TV Show.

Chris Diamantopoulus - Moe
Skyler Gisondo - Young Moe
Sean Hayes - Larry
Lance Chantiles-Wertz - Young Larry
Will Sasso - Curly
Robert Capron - Young Curly
Jane Lynch - Mother Superior
Larry David - Sister Mary-Mengele
Jennifer Hudson - Sister Rosemary
Brian Doyle-Murray - Monsignor Ratliffe
Sofia Vergara - Lydia
Craig Bierko - Mac
Stephen Collins - Mr. Harter
Carly Craig - Mrs. Harter
Kirby Heyborne - Teddy
Jake Peck - Young Teddy
Avalon Robbins - Murph
Max Charles - Peezer
Reid Meadows - Weezer
Emy Coligado - Ling
Isaiah Mustafa - Ralph
Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi - Herself
Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino - Himself
Jennifer "JWoww" Farley - Herself
Ronnie Ortiz-Magro - Himself
Sammi "Sweetheart" Giancola - Herself

Screenplay/Producers/Directors - Bobby &
Peter Farrelly
Based on Short Films - The Three Stooges
Screenplay - Mike Cerrone
Producers - Bradley Thomas &
Charles B. Wessler
Co-Producers - Adam McCarthy & J.B. Rogers
Production Designer - Arlan Jay Vetter
Costume Designer - Denise Wingate
Cinematography - Matthew F. Leonetti
Film Editor - Sam Seig
Sound Designer - Wayne Lemmer
Music - John Debney

Modernised but completely faithful to the iconic classic shorts, THE THREE STOOGES takes its toll of unstoppable laughter for its physical and slapstick comedy that the movie contains. Slapping, head-bonking and eye poking that the audience especially Stooge fans will enjoy. It's a good thing that I’ve finally waited for the comedy to come out in cinemas as the Farrelly brothers have done a magnificent job of directing this film; I think both of them (Farrelly brothers) were also fans of the Three Stooges. The main actors Chris D, Sean Hayes and Will Sasso did excellent performances for those unlikely three stooges Moe, Larry and Curly and stayed true to the acting that was done by the original actors.

THE THREE STOOGES movie produced by the Farrelly brothers comes in a close second to their best comedy DUMB & DUMBER (click here). There’s nothing wrong with THE THREE STOOGES, it's amazing, it has non-stop of laughs and it's really entertaining and everyone will have to see them in the big screen and hear Curly's catchphrases like "Nyuk-Nyuk-Nyuk" and "Whoop-Whoop-Whoop".

Star rating: (5/5) Best Movie Ever

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