Friday, February 12, 2010

The Grown Ups Starring Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, Kevin James, David Spade and Rob Schneider

 Could go with several taglines hrrr:
"The '90s called, they want their comedians back."
"The Comedy Version of the Expendables."
 "Men of a Certain Age: The Movie!" 
"Somewhere, Chris Farley is smiling. And farting."
It's not hard to imagine that if Chris Farley were alive he'd be there in place of Kevin James. Sort of how like Bill Murray's part in Ghostbusters was written and intended for John Belushi. Or how Jim Belushi travels the shitty casinos of the land reprising his brother's role with Dan Akroyd in a touring Blues Brothers. I aint mad at Kevin James tho, I paid damn good money to rent Paul Blart: Mall Cop. Although that beard is creepier than his prerecorded maniacal "Let's Go Mets!" chant at New Shea.

Meanwhile, The Expendables has been pushed back to an August release. Probably better for its Oscar chances than coming out now. I'll leave it to y'all to decide which is a better tagline; "Semper Fi-ght" from the Expendables or "Show No Merci" from From Paris With Love. (couldn't find an image but it's in the print ads).
Think they realized that "Two Agents. One City. No Merci" reads as "Two Agents. One City. No Thanks?" kinda like selling the Chevy Nova in Mexico.


cannatar said...

You rented Paul Blart???

coachie said...

i was in the mood for cheap laffs. it started off promisingly but became a bad action movie. i don't recommend it. but i do recommend "balls out" starring stifler as a high school tennis coach. it's been on comedy central lately and is good times.

Free Best Movies said...

I have watch Grown Ups, and sure, this movie didn't prommise the best story, its clear as stated in the official plot. And it's definitely not The Official. Why is everyone hating on this show so often? It's not the crush film e'er or flat Sandler's pessimal flick.