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‘Grown Ups’ Movie Delivered Hysterical Laughs With A Good Storyline

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‘Grown Ups’ movie delivered hysterical laughs with a good storyline. Columbia Pictures released their new hysterical,all-star, comedy “Grown Ups” into theaters this weekend. I just checked it out,and thought it was absolutely hilarious. Once again, I disagree with the top movie critics on this one. They gave it pretty mediocre reviews,but I thought it was way better than that,especially with all the talent they had in this flick. It stars: Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Chris Rock, Rob Schneider, David Spade, Salma Hayek, Maria Bello,and Maya Rudolph .

“Grown Ups ” revolved around five very funny guys who get brought back together to attend their high school coach’s funeral. Each of them end up bringing their families along for the ride. Some of them try to hide things about their family and themselves,some are completely out in the open with their issues,,and one of them is just extremely over dramatic. Either way, it made for some very funny jokes,punch lines,and anything else that can possibly make a movie funny as hell.

In the end,though, each of them learned that all their differences,arguments,and jokes aren’t half as important as the love for their families and one another. The movie featured tons of hilarious scenes, which included David Spade’s character making out and getting frisky with an extremely old lady,a game called “arrow roulette” that always ended badly,tons of putdown jokes,a four year old that was still breast feeding,and more.

The laughs just never stopped coming. It was great. There was never a boring moment in this film,and I Iiked the storyline too. The all-star cast consisting of Adam Sandler,Chris Rock,David Spade,Kevin James,and Rob Schneider did a really great job with this flick in my opinion. Also that Salma Hayek showed that she still has the body of a goddess. Overall, I thought it was a great comedy. Get your “Grown Ups” movie tickets at Fandango by Clicking Here.

Grade: A

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