The Three Stooges (Moe, Larry, Curly) are on a mission. Left on a doorstep of an Orphanage run by nuns, the young Trio grows up finger-poking, nyuk-nyuking and woo-woo-wooing their way into trouble. Now years later, with the Orphanage forced to close its doors, the Three Stooges embark on a wacky mission to save the Orphanage. Hilarious Mischief and Mayhem ensues.
Disc 1: Theatrical Feature Blu-ray
**What's the Idea? Peter and Bobby's History of The Three Stooges
**Knuckleheads: Behind the Scenes of The Three Stooges
**Did You Hear That? The Three Stooges Sound Effects
**Poifect!: Casting The New Stooges
**The Three Stooges Mash-Up
**Original Screen Test
Disc 2: DVD + Digital Copy
Cast & Crew
The movie is so infantile that it achieves a special kind of purity and gentleness.
The leads acquit themselves in the physical comedy, resurrecting shtick honed on a thousand-and-one vaudeville stages, and recreated in as many playgrounds.
The Three Stooges weighs in at about 15 howlers over 90 minutes. Not bad, about the same ratio of hilarity to hokey as the Stooges' old shorts.
It's an enchantingly well-done tribute that revives, and even refreshes, our affection for the Stooges, yet at its core it lacks the completely and totally unhinged shock of the new.
There is an appealing nyuk, nyuk nostalgic spirit to"The Three Stooges."
Pop culture references intermingle with the loopy trio's iconic foolishness, and the result is a movie with some big laughs, plenty of heart and terrible coifs.
It pleases me to report that the movie is far from a disaster - on a dozen or so occasions, it's even funny.