Grown Ups Movie Reviews

Grown Ups

Grown Ups

Release Date: Jun 25, 2010

Genre: Comedy

Rating: (PG-13)

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  • 5
    Good movie I liked it. It was funny you should go see it.
  • 5
    I like the Grown-Ups every since I seen it. Especially since Adam Sandler and Chris Rock plays major roles in it.
  • 2
    Was very excited to see this movie, saw the making of it on Starz and it looked funny. Almost every funny part was on the previews. It's just the old cast of Saturday Night Live trying to be funny and crude at a funeral. Adam Sandler has lost his mojo. He doesn't do well with a large well known cast. Disappointed.
  • 5
    i havent even scene this movie. just the people in it, and the hilarious ass trailor was enough for 5 stars. whoever wrote like 3 long ass paragraphs....jesus son. get a life and quit being so critical and pissed off. loser. :) love
  • 5
    Grown ups was one of the funniest movies I've seen in a long time. I just might go see it again! My stomach still hurts I laughed so hard.
  • 5
    I thought it was a hilarious movie. Its a different type of humor. If you have a group of buddies that take cracks at each other, then its a funny film. If not then I guess one can't see the humor.
    It also sends a few good messages. People focus on so many other elements than their family and their loved ones. Kids these days are indoor kids, always playing video games, on facebook, etc. What happened to playing outdoors? To family time? It was a nice transition and message that Adam's family showed.
    Sure there were some tacky jokes and a consistency behind them, but majority of them were funny. Sure as heck beats thereport this review for TOS violationedies these days that are either all action or just flat out don't have a message behind them.
  • 2
    Growing up is a part of life. There's no way to get around that. Even Adam Sandler has to grow up sometime. So here he is, making a movie about growing up, but still trying to keep his perpetual adolescent schtick going. He's even brought some of his SNL co-stars (and Kevin James playing Chris Farley) along for the ride. Getting all of thesereport this review for TOS violationedians together is great...unless your the audience.
    Five childhood friends meet up at a lakehouse (with their wives and kids) after the death of their youth basketball coach. This sets up a lot of jokes that are pretty funny...for the guys involved in the movie. report this review for TOS violationedians, more than making their audience laugh, love to make each other laugh. And that's what is happening here. They're rehasing jokes from their past, with what seems like the express purpose of cracking each other up. It inevitably lead me to feel left out, and asking why I hadreport this review for TOS violatione in the first place if they didn't want me there.
    When I saw the poster of Grown Ups, I was pretty excited. All of these guys have been pretty funny at some point in the past (well, maybe everyone except Rob Schneider). So getting them all together, you would expect a pretty funny movie, right? Well, you'd be wrong. Grown Ups thinks by getting all of these guys together, we'll forget that the movie is just plain bad. Well, THEY are wrong.

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