Grown Ups 2

Grown Ups 2

The all-star comedy cast from Grown Ups returns (with some exciting new additions) for more summertime laughs. Lenny (Adam Sandler) has relocated his family back to the small town where he and his friends grew up. This time around, the grown ups are the ones learning lessons from their kids on a day notoriously full of surprises: the last day of school.

Grown Up 2 revolves around the other difficulties of the four guys who are adults but behave like children: Lenny, Eric, Kurt and Marcus. The son of the four guys are growing up while their fathers doesn't change at all. The apperance of new characters brings sorrowful and funny situations . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Nour B (fr) wrote: A mourir de rireeeeeeee......

Tony H (jp) wrote: This movie would have been better served if it were simply a 4th of July version of a Christmas Carol: light holiday fare with a moral compass. Alas, the script is meandering, the characters are shallow, and out of two memorable scenes, one was lifted from The Onion Movie. Disappointing.

Paul V (br) wrote: Undoubtedly one could argue that the USA is the most developed country in the world, however we should not forget that attitudes and standards of living in some parts of the country remain in the dark ages . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Luke H (nl) wrote: It was exactly what I thought it would be from beginning to end.

Benjamin W (de) wrote: While Mel Gibson is really good at crazy (makes you wonder if he was acting at some points . . . :P), the whole premise is so preposterous that the film almost plays more like a comedy than a thriller.

Eric M (br) wrote: "Das Boot" is the "Lawrence of Arabia" of the seas. A stunning masterpiece that can only be experienced and not adequately described, sprawling with ambition and realism. The Captain is one of the simplest yet most enigmatic and strongest characters to emerge from cinema. The empathy extended towards German sailors is provocative. The cinematography is stunning. The pace is intentionally and torturously slow. The tension is palpable. The concerns pragmatic. And the ending utter brilliance. Behind only "The Thin Red Line" and "Saving Private Ryan" this might be the third finest war film ever produced. This movie has left me shell-shocked, it's harrowing thematic thread of the all encompassing harsh realities of wartime survival powerfully and profoundly portrayed. A must-see at least once in a lifetime.Also, mega-kudos for the decision to go with German actors speaking German. A bold decision that pays off dividends for authenticity.

Simon D (kr) wrote: Really good film about a couple L.A. cops and the various things that they have to deal with in the course of duty. Certainly not your usual cop drama.

Gary M (it) wrote: Christmas is about dysfunction.

Jayakrishnan R (jp) wrote: Ice Cube ruins the entire movie and the presence of an actor like William Dafoe can't even save this shit.

Sterlin R (nl) wrote: As someone who's not only worked in a haunted house but loves walking through them and has actually planned on taking a Haunted House road trip sometime in the near future, this movie was pretty decent. The suspense is pretty crazy, they've managed to implement a couple really good jump-scares, and I was pretty invested through the entire trip, but this movie is crippled by a few pet-peeves of mine... It opens up with where it ends which takes away the element of surprise, the last 4-5 minutes are so bad that they nearly ruined the whole movie, it's completely found-footage, and then there's a couple pretty deep plot-holes. Overall though, the movie was alright. Just be prepared for a terrible intro with an even worse ending.