After a blind date gone horribly wrong, Jim and Lauren agree they never, ever want to see each other again. Well, that's all about to change when the two find themselves and their respective families (including children) all stuck together in one suite at an African Safari vacation spot.Written by
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The Lost City (at Sun City), where the families are staying, is adjacent to the Pilanesberg Game Reserve. This game reserve is home to the Big Five (lions, elephants, rhinos, buffaloes, and leopards), as well as zebras, hyenas, giraffes, hippos, and crocodiles. See more »
When they are sitting at the buffet for the first time, the microphone the guy on stage is holding is plugged into an XLR to 1/4" adapter so it has no way of transmitting a signal. See more »
You know what, Hooters is to good for you. I'll never bring you there again
Oh well then I guess I'll have to get through life without Hooters
You've been doing a pretty damn good job so far
[looks at her breasts]
That doesn't make any sense
[points at Lauren's breasts]
No they... I didn't realize they were that big
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I think Adam Sandler is a smart, talented entertainer and I also enjoy Drew Barrymore and the two together is a special treat. I also admire these actors because, for the most part, they never seem to make it into the scandal sheets. Sandler has been in some real "dogs," and I tell myself it was just for the money.
After reading some of the reviews on this site, I almost didn't go to see "Blended," expecting toilet humor and fart jokes and lots of sexual innuendo. Fortunately, I went anyway, and THOROUGHLY enjoyed it. This movie has very little to offend, strikes some very deep feelings and highlights some of the real challenges of single parenting. ANY parent, single or not can relate to a lot of the situations that arise.
The comedy is just right, without being slapstick or over the top. The touching moments come sometimes when you least expect them, and while sure to bring a tear, the movie doesn't milk the drama. The scenery is gorgeous. The one-liners and timing are perfect. For me, the film never dragged, and while it has an optimistic ending, everything isn't all sewn up in a happily-ever-after-scenario. We know that, if these were real families, there would be more bumps in the road, more laughs and more lessons to be learned.
This is a good family movie--not much to cover your kids' ears over--and a great movie for anyone who has been a parent, and especially anyone who has tried to enter the dating/new relationship stage after the death or divorce of a spouse.
Go see it!!
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