Due Date Synopsis
A man must take a nerve-racking road trip with an aspiring actor to get home to his pregnant wife.
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Movie Reviews

Tons of fun!

By keatsgirl
But,boyfriend and I both agree,and would like to know...seriously...is anyone else out there tired of masturbation scenes on the big screen?...

You won't be able to stop laughing

By Hardkhour
From the start of the movie it was just one joke after another. Robert Downey Jr's "straight man" worked very well with Zach Galifanakis's absurd humor. The story is not anything that new (Anyone...

As an avid RDJ fan....

By lovestalentmoviefan
...through everything....I had to see this right away. Extremely viewable movie,without getting on your nerves,the way some movies of this genre can do. It did not try to be The Hangover,it brought...

Five Word Review

By redyeah
Dad you were likea father...


By MuddyManuell

Downey Jr. and Galifianakis together and THIS is the result?

By theredraylives

Funny at points

By Johnny_Hell
This movie started off pretty boring, but as it went along it got better. Your basically on the road the whole way through the movie but its still funny. Some parts are disturbing but its not...

Due Date

By willi?sly
The movie started as an average comedy. About 30 - 40 minutes into the movie, it took off and was so funny that I laughed so hard I cried! I recomend this movie!...


By pilar02803
FIrst of all, I am going to say that if you thought Zach's character in the Hangover was funny, then you'll LOVEEE this movie. If not, don't waste your time. That being said, I have NEVERR laughed so...

Unlikely pairing + excellent chemistry = Great Comedy!

By wnied
Wife dragged me kicking and screaming to this movie. My first thought was that Downey Jr & Galifinakas would make for "Will Ferrell-esque," extended awkward moment comedic timing. Turns out my...

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Rated R | For Language, drug use and sexual content
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Less raunchy than Hangover, but still edgy, mature.
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