Henry Roth is a man afraid of commitment up until he meets the beautiful Lucy. They hit it off and Henry think he's finally found the girl of his dreams, until he discovers she has short-term memory loss and forgets him the next day.
After moving his family back to his hometown to be with his friends and their kids, Lenny finds out that between old bullies, new bullies, schizo bus drivers, drunk cops on skis, and four hundred costumed party crashers sometimes crazy follows you.
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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Dale Steyn: South African Cricketer (and one of the best fast bowlers in world) plays a caricature of himself. See more »
During the ostrich rides, the bystanders are fake clapping. See more »
Did you just use use the L word with Dick?
We said it last night.
Jen! That's great Why didn't you tell me?
Well, you finally had a date and it was so awful. I didn't want to make you feel lonelier than you probably already feel.
I'm fine actually and I'm not lonely. I have two wonderful men in my life: Brendan and Tyler.
Brendan needs a girlfriend and Tyler needs Ritalin.
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Kura Uone (Grow Up & U Will See)
Written by Don Laka, Thandiswa Mazwai, Adrian Mupemhi and Tshepo Seate
Performed by Bongo Maffin
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Better than what the haters would have you believe..
If you're looking for the Sandler of 15 years ago, or the scoop of septic that the current comedic "geniuses" have to offer (Rogen, Attepow, etc.,) then stay home and watch for umpteenth time the "hilarious" back and forth between Franco and Seth in This Is Then End.
For Blended is reasonable, and funny and OK for older kids, as some of them are facing the same issues that the kids portrayed here are. Adam plays a widow, Drew a divorcée, just working and trying to raise their kids the best way they know how. Meeting for the first time on a blind date, they manage to say and do as much as they can to turn off the other, not that are bad people, but more that they are so unsure of themselves after being on their own so long.
Yeah the logic is more pretzelian than real, they find themselves on the same African Safari vacation that Sandler's boss had set up for himself and Drew's business partner. Thrown together, the two adult characters put forth their best efforts to make the vacation work for their kids and end up making it work for each other.
There is some mildly crude humor, but a lot of it is gentle fun, some of it predictable, some laugh out loud funny.
My family agreed that that crazy fool Terry Crews stole the show! And the rest of the theater agreed, because as soon as his face flashed on the screen everyone started laughing before he had even started one of several hilarious routines, sort of playing like the Greek chorus.
Granted, it's not a 10, but it is way better than the 5 that is currently showing. I give it a 7.
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