Due Date no es más que un intento vano y sin sentido de retomar la misma fórmula vista en la superior "Planes, Trains & Automobiles". Robert Downey Jr. y Zack Galifianakis, aunque desempeñándose aceptablemente, están años luz de emular la graciosa pareja cómica que formaron Steve Martin y John Candy.
This movie is a laugh riot, though the meatier role is with Zach Galifianakis and Robert Downey Jr. acts as less of a straight man and more of a bunch of irritated men from screen merged together. Despite this, he does well with the material he's given. And yes, its raining two and a half men.
Planes, Trains, and Automobiles with a little bit of What About Bob? thrown into the mix. Not something that will change the conventions of cinema comedy, but still had a few scenes that were worthy of more than just chuckles. Downey, Jr. plays his basic sarcastic deadpan self and Galifianakis makes everything as awkward as possible. Some great road scenes as well. Good chill out and unwind type comedy.