The film is three episodes drawn into one 90-minute movie as the Stooges do what they can to save the orphanage they grew up in.
This movie has been talked about for more than 10 years, and, sad to say, it's pretty anticlimactic.
I was never a big fan of the original Stooges, and the new Stooges were doing impressions rather than performances. The eye-poking and slapping are so repetitive, it's almost sad.
Sure, they look like Larry, Moe and Curly, but if you love the Stooges, stick with the originals. This film does not honor the Stooges’ legacy, nor does it justify bringing them into the present day. I'm talking to you, Farrelly Brothers.
The flick-o-meter gives The Three Stooges an unlaughable two out of five.
We can attest that the burritos, tacos and other food items here aren't prepared by any of the Stooges.
Ready to see The Three Stooges? Then shuffle over to , 185 Metromont Road, Hiram. For more theater information and links to showtimes and pricing, or call 678-513-4400.