Grumpy Old Men

Grumpy Old Men

For decades, next-door neighbors and former friends John and Max have feuded, trading insults and wicked pranks. When an attractive widow moves in nearby, their bad blood erupts into a high-stakes rivalry full of naughty jokes and adolescent hijinks. Will this love triangle destroy the two old grumps? Or will the geriatric odd couple overcome their differences and rediscover their friendship?

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:103 minutes
  • Release:1993
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:snow,   beer,   marriage,  

John Gustafson and Max Goldman are two curmudgeonly neighbors who have been at each other's throats since childhood. Their lifelong feud only gets worse when a new female neighbor moves across the street. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Shari F (it) wrote: This movie left me wanting more. The script was ok. The cast was good but they can only do so much with the script given. There needed to be a bit more plot development. A little more comedy. A little more romance.

Mike J (au) wrote: Haha, man this was terrible!

Andrew B (ag) wrote: The editing was terrible. Also, a documentary can make any position on a film seem more important than it normally is, from best boy to foley to armorer.

Arpit J (ru) wrote: WHAT THE FUCK was THAT all about?If there was a deep seeded meaning under all the mundane rabbity weirdness then sorry Mr.Lynch, I didn't get it...

Wade H (ag) wrote: A mindless CGI apocalyptic intense ride. Bale and McCoughnahey do decent and the directing is good, but the scripts lacks any interesting dramatics.

Zack B (us) wrote: 74/100. I generally don't like John Wayne comedy westerns, but McLintock is a big exception. Simply put, this is a fun movie. The sets are great as is the colorful collection of memorable one dimensional characters that are almost all recognizable character actors from other Wayne films such as Hank Worden, Maureen O' Hara, Bruce Cabot, Strother Martin, HW Gim, and Michael Pate. Maureen O'Hara in particular steals the show as the ruthless and demanding wife who buries her hidden love for the old west. Duke's son Patrick Wayne finally doesn't seem out of place and gives what may be his finest performance. Meanwhile Duke's onscreen daughter Stephanie Powers also gives a great performance as a daughter in between Duke and the reformed O'Hara. Movie overstays it's welcome and never really has an alluring plot, but its a fun ride that plays itself almost in the same manner a musical would.

Gianluca M (ru) wrote: Still an amazing rendering of a famous story. Most valuable at this time is how an English mansion in the 1930s is depicted by people in the early 1960s who certainly had witnessed it in person. A great snapshot of daily life, feels so much more real than the average 1960-1980 movie rendering of similar stories, including Mr. Souchet's Poirot series.

Renc L (gb) wrote: This movie is awsome!

Leonard D (jp) wrote: Goldberg is so charming as the character Deloris, she makes me laugh out loud every time she's on screen!

Joey G (fr) wrote: One of the most underrated comedies of all time. Joe Pesci is hilarious and the film is loaded with one liners.

Matt G (nl) wrote: Look, I could sit here and spout off a bunch of smarty-pants words like "media-spurred mental breakdowns", "prescient fears of screen addiction", "morality based on faulty sources"....but I have to be honest: Either I'm an idiot, or this opaque outing just plain makes no sense. Cool effects, interesting ideas, haunting imagery? You bet...but those only take me so far before the overwhelming sense of "Huh?" wins out.