Grown Ups


Action / Comedy / Family

Plot summary

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Top cast

Adam Sandler Photo
Adam Sandler as Lenny Feder
Maria Bello Photo
Maria Bello as Sally Lamonsoff
Salma Hayek Photo
Salma Hayek as Roxanne Chase-Feder
Steve Buscemi Photo
Steve Buscemi as Wiley
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700.39 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 42 min
P/S 3 / 6
1.40 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 42 min
P/S 11 / 44

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by manitobaman817 / 10


Nothing to laugh at. Some overgrown clowns trying to be silly. Sorry Sandler, but almost every joke in this movie is absolutely pointless. We've seen these clichéd characters a million times. Filled with charm, innocence and drama.

In Grown Ups, the directing, music, editing, etc. are not focused on at all. Overall, the film was..."eh". This doesn't even qualify as "so bad it is good". This is merely "so bad it is bad". Still, I like all of the comedians here. I would suggest renting it, or perhaps buying it if the price is right. My final rating is seven stars out of ten stars for this.

Reviewed by Beejerman8 / 10

CHEER! - (8 stars out of 10)

The stage curtains open ...

I know others didn't care for this movie, but I really enjoyed it. It just goes to show, not everyone likes the same things, and that's okay. I laughed throughout - almost like I was there with them.

When the beloved coach of their childhood champion basketball team passes away, 5 friends since youth come together with their families for the funeral. Each of them having taken very different roads to end up in different jobs and financial statuses. But, all of them still share the same background, same basic sense of humor and similar family problems. They're friends, and even after all these years, they don't miss a beat.

This isn't one of Adam Sandler's best movies, but it is one of his most down-to-earth and casual films. It really is like old friends hanging out together, joking around and having fun. It is this kind of humor, the kind you have when you're with your best friends and just enjoying the time together. On the strength of this comedy type is where this movie excels. It handles most of the subject matter realistically, with some over-the-top moments - ie: the breast pump scenes, and the hanging by your feet from a zip line at the water park (which, of course, they would never let you do),but that just adds to the overall feel. The various family dynamics are entertaining - for example, between Kurt McKenzie (Chris Rock) and his mother-in-law. And each actor brings his own brand of humor effectively to the screen.

I had a fun time with this movie - I've already seen it more than once and am sure to watch it again. This is a recommend for me.

Reviewed by MartinHafer6 / 10

Not great but quite enjoyable...

This is exactly the sort of film you can watch when you just want to turn off your brain and enjoy a bit of nothing with your family. It won't change your life and many of the jokes fall flat, but overall there's still enough to it to make it worth renting.

The plot is very contrived. After all, who could imagine that five guys who played on a basketball team together at age 12 would return 30 years later for the coach's funeral?! And, would you ever expect, should this ACTUALLY happen, that they would all then spend a vacation together?! No….at least not on this planet! So, the plot is dumb…and the film is best when it's NOT about the plot (for example, who care about the stupid basketball game?!). But the camaraderie and jokes are generally very good—and this makes up for the suck-tastic plot. Not great, but worth seeing if it comes on TV—and try not to think too much about the script. Pleasant and undemanding.

By the way, look out for Joyce Van Patten in one of the main female parts. It's nice to see her again. Maybe it's me, but I can't recall seeing her in films for some time and she looked amazingly good.

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