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The Foursome (2006)

PG-13 | | Comedy | 2006 (Canada)
Four old friends reconnect at their 20-year college reunion.

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Four old friends reconnect at their 20-year college reunion.

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A comedy with balls.

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Comedy

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Rated PG-13 for sexual content and language
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At the beginning of the movie it is noted that this is the college reunion of the class of 1985. During the movie the character's mention that they sung the song "18 til I Die" during college and that is when their friendship was cemented and they were bonded together for life. They could not have in fact sung this song when they were in college as it was not released until 1996 by Bryan Adams on the album of the same name. See more »

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Coming of middle-age picture could be subtler
22 November 2006 | by (Toronto, Canada) – See all my reviews

This film wasn't bad, but it's far from great. Except for the nudity and coarse language, it felt more like a movie of the week than a feature. The characters were portrayed well enough by the cast, but they were pretty 2-dimensional. Donnie was your typical fat guy buffoon character, with the exception that he and his wife mate like bunnies. I kept wanting the guy playing Ted to turn into Crispin Glover in a bad wig. Except for the trophy wife, the female characters were practically interchangeable (although Rick's wife seemed to be more of an age with the trophy wife than with the other two. The message of the film, while nice, was nothing new and the script didn't deliver it with any subtlety.


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