Dirty Grandpa


Action / Comedy

Plot summary

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Top cast

Aubrey Plaza Photo
Aubrey Plaza as Lenore
Zac Efron Photo
Zac Efron as Jason Kelly
Robert De Niro Photo
Robert De Niro as Dick Kelly
Zoey Deutch Photo
Zoey Deutch as Shadia
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797.63 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 42 min
P/S 3 / 24
1.66 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 42 min
P/S 4 / 26

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by BrnzReviews8 / 10

Funnier Than 5.9!

Dirty Grandpa; what a watch it was, I really enjoyed this comedy I found myself laughing at more of it than I had expected but then again if Robert De Niro wants to be funny he will be hilarious, depending on the role. This film is full of hilarious WTF scenes and the way the story comes across its very entertaining and i wish I could watch it all again for the first time. Zac Efron & Robert DeNiro are two actos i didnt think I'd get the privilege of witnessing and they literally go so well together, when an actor is good you can really see it, the chemistry is amazing between these two, such a grey watch, much funnier than its review 5.9 is pathetic.

Ignore the bad reviews, this is a chucklesome, hilarious, outstanding omega about a man and his grandpa he just wants to F#$! And I think its funny as you'd never see this from a grandpa in a movie I guess the title does make sense.

Highly recommended, I found myself intrigued in the entire story and wanted it to be longer. Very entertaining worth the add to your list, I saw it a while ago but it deserves a review on here.

Reviewed by bkoganbing5 / 10

Grandpa and grandson both get girls

It's both joyous and sad for the Kelly family. Family patriarch Robert DeNiro is mourning the death of his wife, but at the same time grandson Zac Efron a newly minted attorney is about to get married to Jewish princess Julianne Hough. But grandpa still has gas left in the tank and apparently none of the ailments that most seniors have that are in their early 70s. He wants to cut loose and he thinks his grandson ought to as well and maybe reassess his marital plans.

Well they both wind up getting girls. I suppose there are 20 somethings who have a thing for raunch geriatrics and DeNiro finds Aubrey Plaza. And Efron finds an old college contemporary who knew him when he was into art and photography with Zoey Deutch.

The two get into quite a number of scrapes and DeNiro has some moves that Efron couldn't conceive that grandpa had. DeNiro was mostly a career army man and did some classified service at the time for Uncle Sam.

I might have enjoyed this more, but I really have to resent having a drug dealer and a serious one at that as a comic character. Nothing funny about the product Jason Mantzoukas sells and it ain't just some good weed. Wrong message going out there.

Still the romping DeNiro and Efron do is fun to watch.

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle4 / 10


Jason Kelly (Zac Efron) is a straight-laced corporate lawyer engaged to Meredith Goldstein (Julianne Hough). He attends his grandmother's funeral and gives his foul-mouthed, wild, estranged, Army-veteran grandfather Dick (Robert De Niro) a ride to Boca Raton, Florida. They encounter Shadia (Zoey Deutch),gay Bradley, and Lenore (Aubrey Plaza) at a road side diner. Lenore needs Dick as a professor to complete her sexual trifecta. Jason recognizes Shadia from his photography class. Dick is on the prowl and Jason is horrified.

Robert De Niro as Andrew Dice Clay may be a funny idea on the page. It doesn't come off as funny on the screen. It is a simple exercise in against-type casting but that's not enough to be funny. I try to imagine another actor in De Niro's role and it's still not funny. I can see some improvements but De Niro's persona is not the only problem. This type of movies needs heart. This one has none and suffers for it. The movie probably knows the problem since it keeps bringing up grandma. It's the same note over and over again. There is no likability in any of the relationships. The inappropriate humor has limited fun but I don't care about any of these characters.

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