Thursday, December 2, 2010

Stupid Computer and Grown Ups Review

So my computer has been really retarded and wouldn't let me post, so now I'll review Grown Ups. So the movie was actually pretty funny, even though I expected it to suck with so many good comics. But, there was literally no plot. Adam Sandler said himself that most of the movie was improv, but I noticed that a lot of it seemed ad libbed. Back to plot, or lack thereof, it seemed that every time there seemed to be a conflict, it was resolved in the next scene, even the part that I thought was the main conflict, wasn't a conflict at all.It was like watching rich people doing what you would do on a vacation, if you were reuniting with your friends after a decade. So that's that. Also check out this book my friend is writing, Z DAY, it's a historically fictional version of a zombie outbreak, similar to World War Z by Max Brooks but about teenagers. So just follow and comment so I know to stay running.

14 comments:

  1. I thought the main plot was Adam Sandler teaching his kids to not act so entitled

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  2. Might try it. I usually avoid Sandler because he over uses the f4r7 jokes. (-;

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  3. Been wanting to watch that movie for awhile

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  4. I haven't seen this movie yet, but I watch it when I have time :D

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  5. i hated grown ups... chris rock was awkward as hell and rob schneider was a retard

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  6. never watched this one, maybe i will tonight to validate your thumbs down

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  7. Yes, that movie was awful
    @NooG
    isn't that always the case?

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  8. great background you have here!

    followin

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  9. i grabbed grown ups the other day but still haven't gotten around to watching it. nice review..oh, and fix that dang 'puter.

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  10. I'm looking for something to cheer me up. So this is a good enough flick?

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  11. A movie where it seems they had more fun making it than I had watching it

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