Written March 26, 2017
Finally a good funny movie that the entire family can watch. The plot is predictable but it doesn't matter in this lighthearted comedy which proved to be well worth the price of admission. If your looking for a relaxing, fun movie on date nite this is just what your looking for.
Written May 29, 2016
Awesome movie! Took my 9 year old son and two of his friends, we all laughed a lot. Being a sap, I even teared up a few times! I highly recommend it. It's a feel good movie with a good story!
Written May 03, 2016
A really great movie! I would rate this an awesome movie and a must see for families!! Funny, brings back your faith in our system. He inspires the kids and teachers about whats important to fight for and not to just go from day to day. What you do in life matters. Make each day count!
Written April 30, 2016
Once again Kevin James proves his comedic genius with the film, "Here Comes the Boom." The film overall was a laughing fest from beginning to end and didn't stop until the final credits rolled. Kevin James plays a former wrestler turned teacher who finds himself in a political joust between the schools hard lined principle who threatens to undercut the schools music elective. In an effort to save the class, his character decides to enter the dog eat dog realm of professional MMA. His character manages to climb the ranks after a tumultuous start with a few bruises and a dislocated shoulder. It's definitely a movie that packs a punch in terms of the laughing factor while weaving a moral tale that anything is possible.
Written December 10, 2016
It has been months since I went to a movie. I went under protest with my wife. I was not sure about how MMA or UFC would work with the PG rating (too many Van Dammes movies). However, the mix of MMA/UFC fights did not detract from the movie.
I was LOL from the beginning of the movie. The whole audience was also laughing with me. They were a mix of families, younger couples and baby-boomers like me.
The chemistry between all the characters contributed to my enjoying the movie and made the film's story line believable. I particularly enjoyed watching the interactions between Kevin James and Henry Winkler (always will be the Fonz for me). The message of funding extracurricular activities like music impact on kids came through.
I would take my older grandkids to this movie (8+).