In this week's review of The Hangover III, "Entitled Fraternity Dicks Return to The Hangover Part III," Chris Packham writes: "In the slobs-versus-snobs comedies of the 1970s and '80s, the snooty rich kids were always the antagonists, bullying the nerds and cheating at cross-camp field days." But the tables have turned, writes Packham: "Now the snobs have seized the cultural momentum and basically won the American economy."
"What Warner Brothers marketing is now calling the "Wolf Pack Trilogy" is funny but unlovable, asking the audience not just to laugh at all this meanness but actively to identify with it."
Here are ten slobs we love, guys who would be bullied by the "four pampered rich-boys" of The Hangover III.
Weenie Roast sold out this year and featured such bands as The Black Keys, 30 Seconds to Mars, Stone Temple Pilots, Vampire Weekend, Of Monsters and Men, Silversun Pickups, Jimmy Eat World, Atlas Genius, Imagine Dragons and more. All images by Andrew Youssef.