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Grown Ups (2010)


After their high school basketball coach passes away, five good friends and former teammates reunite for a Fourth of July holiday weekend.

Grown Ups (2010)

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Released Year: 2010
Runtime: 102 minutes
Genre: Comedy
Directors: Dennis Dugan

Storyline


After their high school basketball coach passes away, five good friends and former teammates reunite for a Fourth of July holiday weekend.

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Reviews


75
ReelViews - James Berardinelli
No one in their right mind goes to an Adam Sandler movie for any reason other than to laugh, and Grown Ups delivers.
67
Entertainment Weekly - Owen Gleiberman
For a while, the movie looks like "Couples Retreat" or a Tyler Perry house party, only instead of cookie-cutter conflicts, everyone just grows happier and more relaxed.
60
Boxoffice Magazine - Steve Ramos
Current Saturday Night Live (SNL) comic Will Forte may have bombed in the recent SNL spin-off "MacGruber," but a dream team of SNL alums, including ringleader Adam Sandler, put the luster back in the SNL reputation with the audience-pleasing, all-ages comedy Grown Ups.
50
Chicago Sun-Times - Roger Ebert
A pleasant, genial, good-hearted, sometimes icky comedy that's like spending a weekend with well-meaning people you don't want to see again any time real soon.
50
Chicago Tribune - Michael Phillips
The only people humiliated, really, are older people and heavy people and nerds and vegans and black people and mothers who breast-feed their 4-year-olds. Everybody else gets a pass.

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