Bummer

By moviesonlysooften
Written December 27, 2012
We have waited a month for this movie to come into theatres. Loved similar films - Knocked Up, etc. Unfortunately, little time spent on the humor of married life in your 40s and more time spent on their depressing and sometimes bizarre family scenarios (really a house THAT well decorated and they can't afford the house?). Expected so much more...disappointed.
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One of the worst movies I have ever seen!

By skigirl65
Written October 02, 2014
It is very seldom that I have walked out of a movie, but I came very close to doing just that after watching this HORRIBLE film. I expected it to be light-hearted and funny. Instead it was boring and depressing with a non-existent story line that made no sense and went no where. The best part of the whole movie was about 2 minutes that were dedicated to a small role that Melissa McCarthy had. She was hysterical, the rest was just DUMB! Save your $10 and spend it on a decent movie!
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Folks 40+ will enjoy it more

By embolism
Written December 22, 2012
I liked this couple from Knocked Up, so I was real happy to see this movie begin to be promoted a month or two ago. The topper for me was seeing Chris O'Dowd (from The IT Crowd). I think that Apatow missed a huge one-liner opportunity with Chris since there was so much technology/computer-centric things in the film. There were quite a few instances where someone could have had a problem with a laptop/computer and Chris would have said "Have you tried turning it off and then on again?" and it would have had me rolling on the floor! Even if it were just part of the bloopers during the credits at the end. In any case, there are enough really funny scenes that every couple who's been together awhile and in their 40's can relate to and giggle about.
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Fun!

By PinkyML
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.
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Funny indeed... maybe only if you can relate to it

By eswenson
Written October 01, 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! =E
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