The Hangover Part III

Continuity mistake: In the scene where Alan flirts with the store clerk, they share a lollipop. You can hear a "crunch" indicating that she chewed the lollipop. In the next shot, she takes the lollipop out of her mouth and it is still completely intact.

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Factual error: Chow is carrying around $21 million in gold bullion. A bar weighs 400 ounces. Gold prices at that time were around $1,200 per ounce, and he's got two bags, therefore he's supposedly carrying 8,750 troy ounces, or about 600lb/270kg, on each arm.

00:46:20

Continuity mistake: After his karaoke Chow puts his knife on the right side of Stu's neck, but for the rest of the movie we see the wound on the left side of it.

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Stu: I told myself I would never come back.
Phil: Don't worry, it all ends tonight.

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Mr. Chow: I believe I can fly... I love cocaine!

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Alan: We can't be friends anymore. When we get together, bad things happen and people get hurt.
Mr. Chow: Yeah, but that's the point! It's funny!

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Question: Isn't the plot inherently flawed? Chow was already in Las Vegas, so there's no real correlation between him and the main characters, so he would've stolen Marshall's gold, whether or not he met them right?

Chosen answer: Not necessarily. Keep in mind, before that, Chow didn't have any prior relations to Marshall, but after they showed up, he did, when he kidnapped B. Doug, who works for Marshall. It would make sense that Marshall would then be angry at Chow, and prompt the latter to steal his gold.


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