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A couple of married guys are always looking at other women. Their wives are fed up with their behavior, and grant them a 'hall pass': a week off their marriage allowing them to do anything. But the guys take their time and their week is almost up. What they don't realize is that at the same time their wives make connections of their own. Written by
Directly after the bathtub shart scene, you can see that someone is rearranging the woman's skirt from behind. See more »
The way I see it, husbands are like a couple of cats. They're completely domesticated, and the first time you let them out they're so paralyzed with fear they'll come running back inside.
Yeah. But we're not talking about cats, we're talking about dogs!
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Rick (Wilson) and Fred (Sudeikis) are given Hall Passes by their wives
for one week to do whatever they want with whoever they want. Their
thinking is that this will get their husbands to appreciate them more.
Is this a good idea?
When I was in High School, a Hall Pass did not mean I could do whatever
I wanted for a day or a week. It just allowed me to go from one
classroom to another place within a very short period of time. But,
this kind of Hall Pass is different.
This has a lot of crude, rude and out-of-place sexual humor. Nothing in
here is funny. Nothing. There is male frontal nudity, female nudity and
a masturbation scene by Fred. Is this what so-called comedies are
coming to these days? Seems so. It's bad enough that these so-called
comedies are never funny, but now we dip into almost x-rated dialogue
and scenes. There is a place for things of this nature, but in a
comedy? I need to find my home planet and go there. This is becoming
way too much for me.
A lot of funny stuff is funny by implication, but in here, it's all
spelled out for you, spoken, and shown. If you do see this, ask
yourself: would you watch it again with your parents, children,
grandparents? I think not.
Violence: Yes. Sex: Yes. Nudity: Yes, male and female. Language: Yes.
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