It's amazing how Jerry's original idea has gotten new life, first as remakes with Eddie Murphy and this as well as a new Broadway musical. This is primarily geared for the 10-year old set and is all about "BEING YOURSELF", a message they deliver with the subtly of a Joe Wilson at a joint session of congress. This may be Jerry's last movie however, and for Lewis fans you gotta see it. Glad to report he's fine in very limited footage. The fact he can slide into the Julius Kelp character so easily is not surprising. He's done it in other movies and on TV. What is a bit startling is his Buddy Love. It sounds just like he did in 1963 (though not quite as arrogant as that version. He is after all, here to help his grandson).