Grown Ups 2


Grown Ups 2

Critics Consensus

While it's almost certainly the movie event of the year for filmgoers passionate about deer urine humor, Grown Ups 2 will bore, annoy, and disgust audiences of nearly every other persuasion.



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The all-star comedy cast from Grown Ups returns (with some exciting new additions) for more summertime laughs. Lenny (Adam Sandler) has relocated his family back to the small town where he and his friends grew up. This time around, the grown ups are the ones learning lessons from their kids on a day notoriously full of surprises: the last day of school. (c) Sony


Kevin James
as Eric Lamonsoff
Adam Sandler
as Lenny Feder
Chris Rock
as Kurt McKenzie
David Spade
as Marcus Higgins
Salma Hayek
as Roxanne Chase-Feder
Maya Rudolph
as Deanne McKenzie
Maria Bello
as Sally Lamonsoff
Colin Quinn
as Dickie Bailey
Tim Meadows
as Malcolm
Jon Lovitz
as Squats Fitness Janitor
Shaquille O'Neal
as Officer Fluzoo
Georgia Engel
as Mrs. Lamonsoff
Peter Dante
as Officer Dante
Allen Covert
as Hippie Teacher
Steve Austin
as Tommy Cavanaugh
Milo Ventimiglia
as Frat Boy Milo
Jake Goldberg
as Greg Feder
Cameron Boyce
as Keithie Feder
Ada-Nicole Sanger
as Donna Lamonsoff
Frank Gingerich
as Bean Lamonsoff
Morgan Gingerich
as Bean Lamonsoff
Nadji Jeter
as Andre McKenzie
China Anne McClain
as Charlotte McKenzie
Kaleo Elam
as Ronny McKenzie
Ellen Cleghorne
as Mary Fluzoo
April Rose Pengilly
as Hot Dance Teacher
Dan Patrick
as Gym Teacher
Ebony Jo-Ann
as Mama Ronzoni
Halston Sage
as Nancy Arbuckle
Norm Crosby
as Kmart Employee
Melanie Hutsell
as Kmart Mother
Dennis Dugan
as Dr. Larry
Jackie Sandler
as Jackie Tardio
Sadie Sandler
as Sadie Tardio
Sunny Sandler
as Sunny Tardio
Chris Berman
as The Great Renaldo
Michael R. Kay
as Coach Romey
Kris Murrell
as Beefcake Kitty
Patty Ross
as Pizza Delivery Woman
Alyson Michalka
as Bikini Girl Savannah
Paulina Gretzky
as Bikini Girl Daisy
Andy Samberg
as Male Cheerleader
Jorma Taccone
as Male Cheerleader
Bobby Moynihan
as Male Cheerleader
Akiva Schaffer
as Male Cheerleader
Taran Killam
as Male Cheerleader
Paul Brittain
as Male Cheerleader
Erin Heatherton
as Ginger (Head Cheerleader)
David Henrie
as Frat Boy
Chris Titone
as Frat Boy
Jared Sandler
as Frat Boy
Jimmy Tatro
as Frat Boy
Lisa Garcia
as Soap Opera/Sexy Twin
Lizet Garcia
as Soap Opera/Sexy Twin
Tanya Akim
as Ice Cream House Worker
Robert Harvey
as Party Guest
Billy Concha
as Assistant Football Coach
Celeste Capasso
as High School Janitor
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  • Jun 03, 2016
    horrible performance by Adam Sandler and Salma Hayek
    Fernando M Super Reviewer
  • Nov 10, 2013
    Honestly I only half watched this. Usual Adam Sandler crapfest. If you've seen any in the last ten years, you will know exactly what to expect and how far to lower your expectations.
    Nicki M Super Reviewer
  • Nov 08, 2013
    The first five minutes of the film sees a deer sneak its way into the Feder's house and proceed to pee in everybody's mouth when they scare him. When a film starts like this, you know that there's nowhere to go but down. I wouldn't ever say that I liked the first Grown Ups, not even close, but I didn't hate it either. From what I was expecting, it could have been far worse than it ended up being. The fact of the matter is that I think the cast had a lot to do with that, they seemed to have fun and that can rub off at times. This movie, however, is just as bad as you can imagine. Maybe even a little worse than that. But, much like the first film, the cast seemed to be having a lot of fun. This time, though, it didn't really rub off on me as much as it repelled me from ever watching a Sandler movie again. Take any random Sandler movie, the ones that his company have produced, and this film is almost like a Greatest Hits version of that. Random and juvenile sketches are the law of the jungle in this movie. The movie is really a series of skits without any real sense of direction or progression. The moments between the sketches themselves are painful to watch, as they show the characters laughing at the stuff they just did, almost like the film equivalent of canned laughter so as to make unfunny jokes funny. You know shit's bad when the actors themselves are literally begging for laughs. Not that I think they had much trouble getting laughs, as this is the type of film that applies to the lowest-common denominator. Can Adam Sandler really get a screenwriting credit for his "work" in this movie? It's like he took a bunch of random sketches he couldn't fit into any of his other movies and threw it on here and had to come up with SOMETHING to tie all these sketches together, so he called up his buddies and told them to come down to shoot a sequel to Grown Ups. I can't imagine the actual process being much more different than that. It's the laziest film I think Sandler has done yet. And you know what, in a career or phoning it in with the laziest attempts at puerile humor, that's really saying something that this is his laziest film yet. At least Jack and Jill had Al Pacino being a madman, but I don't think this film has any real redeeming qualities whatsoever. There's a few decent one-liners, but that's not really gonna improve a film that much. In fact, it doesn't improve the film at all. I just don't know what they were thinking when they decided to make this movie. I know what Sandler was thinking, at least he got some of his buddies, who wouldn't even get work in films if they weren't friends with Sandler, a paycheck. And this is more the supporting cast. And you know what, I'm glad he's loyal to his friends, that's an admirable trait for a human to have, but when you showcase them in movies like these, then there's no real way for these people to get any decent work elsewhere because your stank is all over them. I'm surprised Steve Buscemi has come out of it relatively unscathed, because he's been in Sandler movies for over a decade now and he's in one of the most critically acclaimed shows on TV, Boardwalk Empire. I love how he tries to instill strong family values in a movie that's full of bullying, homophobia, sexism, etc. It's just grand to see, almost as if he forgot that movies are supposed to tell stories and he figured it out more than 85% into the movie. As you can see, this movie is just horrendous. A poor excuse for a film, if you can even call it that. Sandler just took a bunch of childish sketches he had left from other films and he just went off and filmed them with his friends. Ironically enough, considering the film's humor, it was harder for me to take a piss than it was to "write" and "make" this movie. Just an awful experience all around.
    Jesse O Super Reviewer
  • Nov 03, 2013
    Pretty much the same as the first.
    Wu C Super Reviewer

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