• R, 1 hr. 52 min.
  • Comedy
  • Directed By:
    Seth Gordon
    In Theaters:
    Feb 8, 2013 Wide
    On DVD:
    Jun 4, 2013
  • Universal Pictures

Beware movies...

...that are not made available to film critics until opening day or just before. When the producers know this is not going to be even good enough for critics to see, odds are it's not good enough for anybody to see.
Tod
02-6-2013 11:38 PM

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Hector Bueno

Hector Bueno

Hollywood poops these crapy moronic movies out like poop out of a goose....junk food for the brainless.

Jun 16 - 06:17 AM

Sean Moore

Sean Moore

Justin Batement-Jason Siegel- Paul Rudd there are probably another dozen or so of these "actors" they spew-out words that aren't funny they don't really offer much active comedy they are the SoCal comedy troupe ...they are stoned, silly, over the top stupid! If you are not stoned silly or recently taken a Buick to the head bringing awful cranium trauma you will not find their overly chatty attempt at humor misplaced...Oh yeah and that dude that played "Green Hornet" he's another of the young boring and snarky SoCal drips...

Feb 11 - 10:04 PM

James Walsh

James Walsh

It was really bad........................

Feb 10 - 06:36 PM

Alex Aston

Alex Aston

You can usually tell if it's going to be terrible from the advertisements (usually). For instance this one looked annoying as hell from the advertisements, although it's pretty extreme; every time a TV spot showed up on Television I wanted to punch Melissa MCarthy in the face, she looks so incredibly annoying in this movie, not funny at all.

Feb 7 - 05:40 AM

Carlos A.

Carlos Arboleda

Indeed

Feb 7 - 10:19 AM

Babadook Nyland

Babadook Nyland

Definitely. When she did her "karaoke" bit in the car with Jason Bateman in the trailer, all I wanted to do was punch her.

Feb 11 - 06:30 AM

Matthew Favazza

Matthew Favazza

I hope that was sarcasm cause that was the whole point of that scene!

Feb 27 - 11:05 PM

Babadook Nyland

Babadook Nyland

It wasn't sarcasm. The scene was meant to be humorous in the same way that Zach Galifiankis would annoyingly make a fool out of himself for the sake of comedy. The only difference is, Melissa McCarthy isn't funny. At all. Not even remotely.

Feb 28 - 06:11 AM

Albert Schwartz

Albert Schwartz

Absolutely correct

Feb 7 - 04:39 AM

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