Written February 28, 2015
three words sum up this movie: FREAKY, OLD, PEOPLE.
if that sounds like a good movie, then by all means. A mildly funny, moderately cute, and frequently vomit-inducing kind of movie. NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN UNDER 17
Written May 24, 2016
This was one of the worst movies that I have ever seen...The whole story was contrived and stupid. It was very slow moving sometimes just to keep everyone interested a didn't make sense raunchy scene would be thrown. I can't believe all the actors and actresses who participated in this fiasco of a movie...they must have needed the money desperately. What a waste of talent. I kept trying to give it a chance as I watched; but it kept getting worse and worse. What a waste of my time and money. Don't actors/actresses realize at one point what a bad movie they are making....and try to make it better. I hope this movie bombs really badly so they see that the public will not accept such a stupid classless raunchy movie. I hope no one takes their children to see this movie. This movie is only for foolish accept anything adults.
Written May 02, 2016
This really is a must see movie. It is hilarious but also sentimental. My husband and I laughed all the way through. The twists and turns of the plot keep you wondering "what next". The acting is first rate with all the characters.
Written October 24, 2014
Not very good. I was disappointed with the entire movie. And the language was
not necessary. On a scale of 1-10, I would give it a 5.
Written October 09, 2015
This is a terrible over-the-top-unfunny script that even the cast of Robert DeNiro, Diane Keaton and Susan Sarandon and Katherine Heigl could not save. I was so looking forward to this, but sadly, the thin script by Justin Zackham tried too hard and wound up being a sad reminder that Nora Ephron, indeed, has passed away. I was encouraged that the beginning had me laughing out loud in the first five minutes, only to watch it sink....and sink.... Diane Keaton and Susan Sarandon were truly funny, given what they had to work with. Katherine Heigl did a good job with her lot, as well. And I believe that Robert DeNiro, who can play anything, did well with what he had signed on for- which was an embarrassingly ridiculous parody-of-himself that made me wonder if he felt, - like I think Pacino and Walken must feel of their roles in "Stand Up Guys" a few months back - "I don't need to prove anything anymore. I'll just take the money and have fun." Only problem is, the moviegoers, do not. 2 stars