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April 14, 2012 | 10:31 a.m. CST
Larry, Curly and Moe are back, and they haven’t matured one bit. They went finger-poking, woo-wooing and nyuking along as they always have.
The Three Stooges came out in theaters on Friday the 13th, but don’t worry. This version didn’t nyuk up the classic. It was the slapstick humor we know and love from our three favorite goofballs but with some big-name stars contributing to the fun. Sean Hayes, Will Sasso and Chris Diamantopoulos take on the dynamic trio, while Jane Lynch, Sofiá Vergara, a very thin Jennifer Hudson and five of the Jersey Shore cast members make for a very funny film.
Episode 1: More Orphan Than Not
When Larry, Curly and Moe are left on an orphanage doorstep, the nuns compare them to the holy trinity and argue over who will get the first opportunity to take care of them. Ten years later, the nuns are bandaged and bruised and pleading for anyone to adopt just one of the three terrors. Jump 25 years later, and the three of them are still terrorizing the orphanage and without adoptive parents.
Episode 2: The Banana Split
When the nuns can’t afford to run the orphanage, the three stooges go off into the real world to make the $830,000 needed to save the orphanage from closing. They happen to run into a boy who “stole Moe’s parents” 25 years ago. Teddy is now a successfully rich lawyer working for his father. Somehow they sign on to kill Lydia’s husband, Teddy, to make the $830,000, not knowing he is their old friend or that he isn’t dying of an incurable disease and doesn’t want to die.
The Final Episode: No Moe Mr. Nice Guy
As friends often do, Larry, Curly and Moe have a bit of a falling out. Moe has been discovered and joined on to be the newest member of Jersey Shore, while Larry and Curly continue to offer to shine shoes for $830,000. The three friends make their way back to each other, and all is forgiven, but they have a millionaire to save from his killer wife, or is it his killer father, or is it his killer best friend?
This film about friendship and going home is sure to make you smile. It even ends with a message from the creators of the film explaining the weapons are made of rubber, so play safe kids!