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Grief does strange things in this hilarious comedy!
Neil LaBute directs an all-star cast in an outrageous tale that follows the life of an American family arranging to put a beloved husband and father to rest. Chris Rock (Grown Ups, Madagascar) stars as Aaron, the well-mannered oldest son who must hold things together at the funeral while dealing with his baby-obsessed wife (Regina Hall, Law Abiding Citizen), his rivalry with his brother Ryan (Martin Lawrence, Bad Boys, Wild Hogs), a foul-mouthed uncle (Danny Glover, 2012, Lethal Weapon), a slew of family friends that bring their own problems to the table and being blackmailed by a mysterious dwarf. He's got trouble coming from all sides. Also stars Zoe Saldana, Tracy Morgan, Luke Wilson, James Marsden and Keith David. Includes special features.
Reviews Counted: 132
Fresh:-Lisa Schwarzbaum, Entertainment Weekly, September 07, 2011
Rotten: Depends very heavily on the worryingly unfunny idea of accidentally consuming hallucinogenic drugs, though I have to admit there are a few crassly funny moments...-Peter Bradshaw, Guardian [UK], June 04, 2010
Rotten: Hard to imagine a reason to see this at the cinema; its natural home is a half-arsed DVD rental accompanied by pizza and the feeling that you owe it to yourself to do better.-Catherine Bray, Film4, June 03, 2010
Rotten: This is a marginal improvement on the mangy 2007 British farce it's derived from, but it's still stuck with Dean Craig's irredeemably crass script, an anchor of unfunniness (and blatant homophobia) tied around its legs.-Tim Robey, Daily Telegraph, June 03, 2010
Loved this movie,it is a must see/have movie
Reviewer: Bonnie Review refers to DVD version
I like the movie and thought it was very funny. Will have you laughing if you can get past all the cussing.
Reviewer: peach Review refers to DVD version
There were some funny scenes but overall, it wasn't as funny as I expected. The story was okay. Tracy Morgan was hysterical, he's the only one that made me laugh throughout the movie.
Reviewer: kali Review refers to DVD version