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      The Change-Up Reviews

      There’s an audience that will go bananas over such a low-effort comedy, but only if they’re in the mood for shock-based and intentionally offensive humor.

      Full Review | Original Score: 3/4 | Mar 9, 2023

      Jumps right into bizarre, foul humor to lure audiences in with pure shock.

      Full Review | Original Score: 6/10 | Nov 30, 2020

      The sad thing here is that there's a terrific film trying to find its way to the surface.

      Full Review | Original Score: 1.5/4.0 | Sep 5, 2020

      A gross-out comedy that masquerades as a tale about finding one's true place in life.

      Full Review | Original Score: C- | Aug 5, 2020

      No longer will bros have to wonder what it would be like if two dudes, two dudes with polar opposite personalities and lives, switched places with each other for a short time!

      Full Review | Original Score: C | Jul 11, 2020

      For audiences in need of a boost, "God Bless the Broken Road" might offer just enough of a payoff to justify a few rough patches.

      Full Review | Original Score: 3/4 | Sep 7, 2018

      Reynolds tries and if you find him or this sort of teen-bop movie appealing, you may find something to enjoy. If you're repulsed by both, I suggest avoiding Dobkin's latest effort like the plague.

      Full Review | Original Score: 1/5 | Aug 24, 2018

      Although the lack of originality of the concept really brings down its appeal, audiences will enjoy watching this recycled story unfold with the two newest performances.

      Full Review | Original Score: B- | Sep 8, 2017

      If you still enjoy the sort of bathroom humor that had you in hysterics back in grade school, this movie delivers those juvenile gags (in every sense of the word) in droves.

      Full Review | Original Score: 1/4 | Sep 1, 2017

      R-rated comedies these days, like 'The Hangover' and 'Bad Santa,' employ a relentless bombardment of cheap, gross toilet humor and nonstop cursing -- because it usually works.

      Full Review | Original Score: 2.5/5 | Jul 15, 2016

      A disappointing body-switch comedy...

      Full Review | Original Score: 2/4 | Feb 27, 2015

      Cynical, tone-deaf junk that has nothing to contribute to the world but smirks and a general dismissive attitude toward human connection and interaction.

      Full Review | Original Score: D+ | Jun 22, 2013

      The Change-Up is a comedy that can't find it's proper place in the demographic of anyone by freakishly pushing the boundaries of taste.

      Full Review | Original Score: 3/10 | Feb 28, 2013

      Overlong and overly obvious

      Full Review | Original Score: 2/4 | Jan 14, 2013

      It's easy to recommend The Change-Up for its over-the-top laughs and a pair of solid leads that succeed in offering a raunchy twist on a familiar formula.

      Full Review | Original Score: 3/5 | Oct 2, 2012

      A foul misfire that favors sex and gross-out gags over its somewhat affecting plot about married life and single life, and the sacrifices we all make for one or the other.

      Full Review | Original Score: 4/10 | Jan 29, 2012

      The finale is shockingly flat, everything petering out in such a forgettable and joyless manner the effect is frustrating.

      Full Review | Original Score: 2/4 | Jan 27, 2012

      The key to the film is the chemistry between Reynolds and Bateman, who work off each other but can also be very funny in their own scenes.

      Full Review | Original Score: 3.5/5 | Jan 22, 2012

      Luckily (Bateman and Reynolds') comic timing is convincing, otherwise this would be a total waste of time.

      Full Review | Original Score: 3/5 | Jan 3, 2012

      The posters promise a film from the director of Wedding Crashers (David Dobkin) and the writers of The Hangover (Jon Lucas/Scott Moore). Pure rubbish ( ... ) would have been more accurate.

      Full Review | Original Score: 0/5 | Sep 25, 2011

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