With The Hangover One and Two a distant memory, the British version is set to be unleashed this September.
When David (Xavier Samuel) returns from his travels with an Aussie bride-to-be, best-mates Graham (Kevin Bishop), Luke (Tim Draxl) and Tom (Kris Marshall) are a little more than shell-shocked, but the trio follow him to the Aussie outback to meet his future wife, where high-jinks and comedy capers soon ensue...
From the beginning the film swings from the sublime to the ridiculous, as the group find themselves battling crazed drug-dealers as well as babysitting a stolen sheep, but despite more slapstick and capers than a 'Carry On..' film, you can't help but laugh out loud as the four-some find themselves in yet more bother.
Although the bride-groom David's 'English' accent left a lot to be desired, and at times it all got a bit shmaltzy, the film provided more than enough comedy moments as the couple try to bring together their two different worlds. Bridesmaids star Rebel Wilson is hilarious as the fake-lesbian (obv) sister-of-the-bride - but star of the show has to go to Olivia Newton-John, who gives a stellar performance as a coked-up mother of the bride. (Well you can't have an Aussie film without a Newton-John, can you!?)
If you love an old-fashioned 'banana-skin' comedy with some poo-based jokes thrown in then this film is definitely for you!
Check out our sneak previews below..
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