'The Hangover' Trilogy Has Been Added To Netflix And Alan Is Still As Funny As Ever
Netflix has once again proven itself as the one-stop shop for entertainment by adding the Hangover trilogy to its UK slate.
Yes, if you too would like to relive those trashy movie moments with the Zach Galifianakis-led bachelor party comedy films, you now can as the streaming giant took them on and they're available to stream right now. Can you think of a better way to celebrate Galifianakis' birthday than by binge-watching all three? Nope? Didn't think so.
Although even Zach himself said recently that he regrets starring in the comedy films, there's no denying their comical credentials. The Hangover started off as a 2009 movie about three friends (Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, and Zach) who drive to Las Vegas for a wild and memorable stag party and it some become a cult-classic.
However, it soon went on to deliver a sequel in 2011 and a threequel in 2013, and is now widely regarded as one of the most successful comedy franchises in cinematic history.
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And yes, while the laughs might be a little cheap, they're present nonetheless and who can deny spending a bored Sunday cracking open a few cold ones and cracking on some easy entertainment. Guilty pleasures are what weekends are made for.
In addition to the Hangover trilogy, Netflix has taken on a slew of exciting new TV shows and movies to keep us entertained this autumn, including Cary Fukunaga's trippy miniseries Maniac, season three of The Good Place, and *drum roll* the Iron Man trilogy.
You can also catch Sierra Burgess is a Loser, season two of Marvel's Iron Fist, the Coen Brothers' Burn After Reading, and (if you haven't indulged already) American Horror Story: Cult.
So yeah - lots of bingeable material to keep you going through October. And if that weren't exciting enough, the streamer is planning on launching Making a Murderer part deux soon. Perfect timing as the weather has turned to shit and it'll soon be dark all the time, so get your arse re-acquainted with your couch and start streaming.