By the time I was born, The Three Stooges' original comedy routines were already pretty old. I do vaguely remember watching The Three Stooges as a kid. I also recall when The Three Stooges film hit theaters last year, and a friend told me that he thought it was hilarious.
The films starts out the with the stooges dropped off at the orphanage while they were still infants. Larry, Curly, and Moe turn out to be quite the trouble-makers when they grow up. They also never get adopted, and stay at the orphanage as helpers. Except most of the things they tried to do end up in disaster.
But one day, bad news breaks that the orphanage would be closed (which is their fault) in a month. The Stooges are heartbroken, and decide to go out into the real-world to find a way to save the orphanage. But with no real plans and such a short time limit; the Stooges have quite the challenge ahead of them.
Overall The Three Stooges was way better than I expected. The comedy found in the original Three Stooges is present, and I couldn't help but laugh and laugh. It's childish, it's juvenile, but it's hard not to love. Some remakes do often end up terrible, but this is a great homage to the original. Though I don't know if I'd want to see a sequel as I expect to see a lot of jokes recycled.