Written December 22, 2014
I loved this film. Paul Rudd is as real & funny as ever & Leslie Mann as his fairly tolerant, kinda neurotic wife is very well done.
I laughed out loud so many time, at so many things, and for many different reasons. There were moments where I actually feared for myself & my relationship..."Is this really possible?" This movie is for adults. Older teenagers will find it funny, but not having been in a long-term relationship will mean there are things that will make no sense to them. Younger children should be left at home. The language is pretty blue & there are some really private adult things that occur that they don't need to be exposed to.
I will watch this film again...and again.
Written January 25, 2015
This wasnt quite the same as Knocked up. I mean, it wasnt as graphic as knocked up. BUt it still delivered in my opinion. I honestly, thought it could have been a little funnier. But it was good. Funniest part of the film was when Paul Rudd had his legs up taking a pic. The movie did seem a little choppy. But overall, i still thought it was a good film. Dont take the kids. Definately not for them.
Written September 17, 2014
Need to cool the F bomb and the C word! Otherwise I had a great time - and laughed all the way through it. Paul Rudd continues to be a highlight in all his films. Love the twinkle in his eyes! Leslie Mann gives a believable performance - she's having a breakdown over turning 40. Wish there had been more of Melissa McCarhty. What a great comedic talent. Don't see this if you have a problem with crude. Do go if you need a laugh. I got my money's worth.
Written January 26, 2015
Very hilarious and a bonding marital movie for my hubby and me. The take away for us was that we were not so different than others in our lifestage--the stereotypes were so dead on that we were a bit uncomfortable (ie. sitting on the toilet playing Scrabble on his phone). We laughed so hard and will recommend to our friends in their 40's with kids. I do wish the F-bombs and cursing would have been used less frequently. It was excessive and had no humor because of the overuse. Great life-stage movie!
Written November 29, 2014
I thought this movie was splendid, and funny... much better than I expected. My guess is that you must be able to relate to the situation in some capacity to be able to enjoy it (i.e. married, kids, age, etc). I'm married in my late 20s with no kids yet and totally got the humor of it all.
If you can draw comparisons in any way to the premise of the movie, then go see it... but go with your husband/wife!