The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Walter Matthau and Jack Lemmon are awfully good at this sort of thing.
Just don't expect their bickering to be on the level of Neil Simon, and you won't be disappointed.
If you poke through Grumpy's cheap sentimentality, you'll find a worthy picture somewhere.
The movie is too pat and practiced to really be convincing, and the progress of Ariel's relationships with the two grumps seems dictated mostly by the needs of the screenplay.
While it won't come close to my top 10 best list for 1993, it will be right up there among the pictures that I had the most fun watching.
Whether Grumpy Old Men will bring out the ornery elderly population is anybody's guess. But young and old alike may find something to like here.
Where Lemmon begs for our approval, Matthau barely bothers to perform. An odd couple indeed.
In their prime, the by-play of these two (Lemmon and Matthau) was like an entertainingly bad marriage, but time has made their antagonism seem perfunctory, and the rapport that underlies it somehow smug.
So-so comedy with insults, sexual humor. No kid appeal.
the real reason this movie works is the fantastic, decades-honed chemistry of Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau
A funny, often hilarious, film that proves that a story doesn't need to be completely new just as long as there's a spin on it to make it different.
Not the best film of the duo Matthau and Lemmon, but, Grumpy Old Men still a funny and charismatic movie about love, life, family, friends and death in old age.
An instant classic! This comedy has all the right timing and Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau make the funniest pair. Don't skip the end credits either, Burgess Meredith has some of the funniest one-liners I've ever heard!
Just a really funny movie showcasing one of the best duos in comedy. Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau are as good together 30 years after their first onscreen partnering. While this isn't as well written or as fresh as The Odd Couple, it's such an untapped market. Squabbling old men is somehow one of the most entertaining things to watch. This also has so much heart and honesty thrown in that you simply can't resist falling in love with the characters.
Hey Puts...Hey Moron...
Ha ha ha this is absolutely hilarious!!! Cracking up all the way through the movie
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