Jason Mantzoukas (Pam the small-business owner/drug dealer) gives one of the funniest supporting actor roles I've seen since Bobby Moynihan in "Sisters." Moreover, "Dirty Grandpa" adopts one of the most tired formulas in comedy, which is swear so much and exhaust situational potential to the point where, by chance and by fate, you'll get a laugh at one point. But not many.
Is Robert De Niro starving? Does he need this? I get having fun.Meet the Fockers was fun. This is shameful for everyone involved. Who IS the audience for this beyond-lowest-denominator-formulaic-unironic-studio-pumped piece of shit where every five words is a dick joke and the script reads like a 13 year old with Tourette's remaking The Hangover? Just..no. The worst embarassment since Al Pacino showed up on Jack&Jill
There's some "Freddy Got Fingered" -level obnoxiousness here, which I like, of course. Most times it's just plain offensive. It truly blows the mind, the fact that this one got made with such high profile actors. Kind of a guilty pleasure, admittedly, as I even enjoyed it a bit.
Un film del tutto prevedibile, con la strana coppia De Niro-Efron. Una caduta di livello per il grande attore di Heat e decisamente in linea con gli ultimi lavori del protagonista di High School Musical. Tutto sommato, però, questo film mi ha fatto ridere. Anche se cambierei il finale, dal brunch del matrimonio in poi, perché non era divertente e veramente troppo scontato, anche per lo standard di questo genere.
OH MY GOD! WHAT UTTER CRAP! What is/ was 'De Niro' thinking? Seriously, he cannot need the money to feature in dross like this! The fact the 'hack(s)' - writer, director, et al - have credits to their name like 'Ali G' tells you all you need to know. Someone should bring in a law that prohibits the majority of the people involved in making this film from ever, EVER, having anything to do with filmmaking again! SAD!