Written May 29, 2016
What was this? I wanted to walk out after 30 minutes but felt that for $10, maybe this movie would get better. Nope. It was disjointed and all over the place. Sure, there were funny moments but that probably took up maybe 10 minutes of this 2+ hour movie.
Written December 26, 2014
Well worth seeing. Very funny consistently. Long movie, but there were not too many slow moments--there were always enough good laughs spaced into the one section where pacing got a bit slow, but in general the audience got a good gut workout from the many keel-over laughs this provided.
The kids (Mann & Apatow's) were especially good--they proved they could act (especially the older girl) in both comedic and drama scenes.
The plot...well, not much to say, the plot is the vehicle to tote the humor around with.
Some of the humor goes into dark and possibly awkward areas, and some more sensitive folks may find some if it disgusting, but if you are now--or have been--in your 40's, you'll get it and laugh.
Be sure to stay for the ending credits--Melissa McCarthy tears it up in the bloopers.
Written June 28, 2016
By the end of this movie, this couple of new 40s when from mildly likeable to loathesome, self-indulgent and boring. This is partly the result of of the fact that the movie is REALLY REALLY LONG and nothing happens--It's just one grown up tantrum after another. As much as I usually like Apatow movies (and Paul Rudd) this attempt to be, I guess, poignant was not good. The only bright spot was Albert Brooks as Rudd's character's unrepentantly flawed father.
Written October 04, 2015
I thought I would LOVE it as these two characters were my favorite part of Knocked UP....but it was just ok. I laughed some, but overall just okay. The yelling and whining got a little tiresome. Melissa McCarthy stole the show as always in her few scenes and the outtakes of her at the end had me laughing so hard I was in tears. Charlyne Yi cracked me up a couple times too.
Also, I don't know if I blinked and missed it, but I didn't see the part where Paul Rudd hikes up his shorts, messes up his hair and does a little jig behind the daugher when she's skyping (or whatever)...that cracked me up in the previews!
Written September 25, 2016
Not funny. Walked out after what seemed an eternity. I can't believe intelligent? people with money sat down and created this disaster. Hollywood steals money at the box office. What kind pf parents put their children in a movie like this, it was the worst miserable mess.