Daddy's Home Synopsis
A mild-mannered radio exective (Will Ferrell) competes for the affection of his stepchildren when their freewheeling and freeloading father (Mark Wahlberg) shows up.
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Movie Reviews

Great Comedy

By sjeanne203
Daddy's Home was a pleasant surprise. It was one of funniest comedies I've seen in a long time. I laughed the entire movie. Walburg and Ferrell were an unusual but excellent combination. It was an...

Awesome movie

By Elisabel
Movie started off funny and ended even better .. Some dull and corny jokes throughout but still an overall great movie .. A bit to much curses to bring little kids to see ....

Really funny!

By jruthcmyk
I think I laughed almost the entire movie. very enjoyable story with a great comedy duo....

Mean-spirited, passive aggressive, joyless

By mikeway.theonewithth
Didn't laugh at this movie very much. Will Ferrell's character is so hopeless emasculated you can't help but feel bad for him and that makes it hard to be entertained by anything that happens to him....


By 000kh000
This has enough trailers out to incite a fantastic review! Will and Mark are both talented and never disappointing! Can't wait to see it tomorrow!!...

Not a good movie for kids

By sparksco
To much swearing and adult content. Should be rated R....

Could have been more "family"

By kane9359
Love these two guys together! And for the most part the movie was good. However, it's hard finding a movie the entire family (kids ages 8-16) can enjoy together. Thought this was perfect but due to...

Not so great!

By mayasdaddy
Not so funny... quite annoying at times...

By austincrowder10
Literally the worst movie I've ever seen...

Really stupid for 99 % of the movie ..

By colleenlorito
Atleast I went home not pissed off about going at all .. It was disappointing and a bit worse than fair .. As a rating .. You went to the heather hopping for s good movie and come out saying Aeh...

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Rated PG-13
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says A few laughs can't save crass Ferrell/Wahlberg comedy.
Read the Common Sense Media Review