At the time, I remember thinking this was quite a funny movie, a little more comical than most other bog standard American laughter flicks, but now, I can hardly remember what happened - Not a good sign! I think it's safe to say that it entertains and serves its purpose for a couple of hours, but is not full of enough one liners or side splitting moments, that make you reinact them in everyday life. I liked the concept, five former basketballers who reunite at the death of their coach, and begin to relive their childhood with various other members of the family, in one big lakeside villa. The sheer numbers of characters means there are plenty of different comedy stances in this, something to appeal to everyone. You have the fat one, the black one, the family man, the playboy, and the granny snatcher, every one of whom is played by a familiar face of cinema. It has a real holiday feel to it this and is the sort of movie that would feel best being watched right before a summer vacation - Unsure why I therefore decided to watch it in the middle of Autumn when I have no happy holidays planned :(. I can picture the type of people this would appeal to and it's bound to be anyone under the age of 40 for whom it would be seen as pretty cool if they were to watch this. It needs to be more out there and controversial with its jokes to get my full vote, but it's not poor enough to slate or to recommend avoiding. Yes, I would watch the sequel, but equally I wouldn't feel I missed out if I never got the chance.