The In-Laws Reviews

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April 17, 2019
Focuses on two boring old men trying to be tough guys while bonding in convoluted and downright stupid situations. A dud.
February 2, 2018
Fleming and co. were working from a version that had clicked very well in 1979, and such interest as posterity has in this new take will be in its usefulness as a masterclass in how not to remake a movie.
January 3, 2018
What we are left with is a movie that carefully aims to be all-family entertainment, but you can't imagine any family member particularly wanting to watch it.
December 28, 2010
This movie has more misfires than hits.
December 6, 2005
July 16, 2005
April 28, 2004
Medocre se analisada isoladamente, esta refilmagem se torna ainda mais constrangedora quando comparada ao divertido original.
March 16, 2004
December 1, 2003
A sloppy excuse for 95 minutes of celluloid . . . Andrew Fleming's film should be outlawed for its sheer laziness alone.
October 29, 2003
Like most weddings, it's more tedious than terrific. The humour is one note, with the same jokes being told and retold throughout the film.
October 8, 2003
...a tepid remake at best and a dreary exercise in wastefulness at worst.
September 16, 2003
The kind of sequel-and-remake overkill that turns Hollywood on-and on and on.
September 1, 2003
It's good to see Douglas, who's so good at those nasty Gordon Gekko types, take on a comic role but he has little chemistry with Brooks
September 1, 2003
August 19, 2003
scriptwriters fill in plotting gaps with unnecessary jokes at the expense of minorities, as the story heads towards a deflated, kind of begrudgingly happy ending
July 21, 2003
July 16, 2003
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July 16, 2003
If the CIA really did every-thing so openly as one of its operatives does in The In-Laws, it's amazing any of them could stay under cover.
June 19, 2003
Douglas is zany when he should be restrained, jubilant when he should be serious, tipping his hat so often that jokes that could almost pass for witty instead come across with all the subtlety of the proverbial bull in the china shop.
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