This grew on me as it went on. Really didn't like Ed Helms in the first 20 minutes, but it got better. Hannibal Burress and Jake Johnson are great. The special effects are actually kinda horrible (specifically the pot smoke and the last shot of the hospital) but if that's my biggest quibble with a perfectly enjoyable comedy I'll take it.
A fun movie with a cool concept. The cast has good chemistry and bounce off eachother nicely which is what sells the movie. The comedy works most of the time but the "bro-humour" focused on dicks and asses gets really old, really fast. Clearly a weak part of the writing. The tag- set pieces are exciting and fun to watch. The weightier themes of life and mortality here are just briefly dealt with which is a shame.
The true story behind this movie is fun and cute but turning this into a movie seems a little bit exaggerated.
The source material is not that plenty so the producers / writers started to making up things. Some were funny, some too uninspired. Same thing with the characthers.
The original footage shown at the end sustains the whole ideea of this movie. Don't stop playing just cuz you grow old!
Decent comedy. 6/10
The montage at the end with the real people this was based on was cute, but overall, I found this film extremely boring and went on far longer than it should have. I would have enjoyed this a LOT more if it was a documentary instead.
Yetişkinlerin "elim sende" oyunu... Aksiyon ve komediyi başarıyla harmanlıyor; derin bir şeyler beklemeynler için, gerçekten hâlâ bu oyunu oynayan yetişkinlerin gerçek öyküsünden ilhamla yapılan bu film size keyifli bir 90 dakika geçirtebilir. Sonuçta tüm olay arkadaşlığa, arkadaşlığın önemine bağlanıyor. Ama hepsi o kadar. 6/10
Tag is basically a filmic Rorschach test. I see a movie that presents itself as a crass comedy with a warm concept that is, foe me at least, crass, funny, and warm-hearted, mildly inventive while never taking itself seriously. It's a success on its own terms.
A close but no cigar self-aware Bro Com with a lot to like. 1) Final frame. Friends running zooming out to show the hospital they're in hit me hard. Circle of life shit. 2) Renner's wife, that character is rarely portrayed so true yet also sympathetic. 3) "Real problems" remain mostly subtext, don't transform (much) into maudlin junk. Dial back long ass set-up, Matrix spoof tag bits, & it might've hit closer to bone.