Reuben Feffer thinks he’s found the love of his life but on his honeymoon he discovers her cheating on him with a scuba instructor. Reuben travels back home to get his life on track. On a night out with best pal, Sandy Lyle, Reuben discovers an old school friend, Polly Prince. Reuben feels a connection straight away, and tries constantly to get her to like her. But it’s not going to be easy for Reuben, especially when he spends his days calculating risks, and when someone unexpected turns up. –IMDb
John Hamburg (born May 26, 1970) is an American screenwriter and film director.
Hamburg was born in Manhattan, to a Jewish family. His parents are WOR Radio personality Joan Hamburg and Morton I. Hamburg. He graduated from Brown University in 1992 with a degree in history. He then attended the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University.
Hamburg is married to actress Christina Kirk.
After screening his 1996 short film Tick at the Sundance Film Festival, Hamburg wrote and directed the 1998 film Safe Men. Hamburg then found greater success co-writing Meet the Parents and Zoolander, and returned to the director’s chair with Along Came Polly, which he also wrote. He also co-wrote the sequel Meet the Fockers. In 2009, Hamburg wrote and directed the hit comedy I Love You, Man. He wrote the second sequel to Meet the Parents, entitled Little Fockers. —Wikipedia
En mi opinión, el humor escatológico sólo funciona cuando lo dosificas bien (como en Bridesmaids), lamentablemente no es el caso de esta fallida cinta donde se abusa del recurso en cuestión. Las 2 estrellas van principalmente para Seymour Hoffman, Baldwin y Azaria gracias a sus desagradables personajes. Los gags relacionados con el baile de salsa no están mal y Jennifer Aniston sólo está correcta, pero me gusta.