Movies Books Music Food Tv Shows Technology Politics Video Games Parenting Fashion Green Living more >

Lunch » Tags » Movies » Reviews » Grown Ups (2010 movie) » User review

Grown Ups (2010)

A movie directed by Dennis Dugan starring Adam Sandler, Kevin James, David Spade, Rob Schneider and Chris Rock

< read all 6 reviews

Inappropriate humor ? Yes did you expect anything less?

  • Jan 4, 2012
Grown Ups I remember the first time I saw the trailer for this movie; it had me on the floor hyperventilating, why? Well because this film has bunch of the funniest comedy actors all together that’s why. David Spade, Kevin James, Adam Sandler, Chris Rock andRob Schneider, Hell as a kid I basically grew up on these guys movies. (Yes and Disney’s to) So this movie was defiantly a first day watch for me.
Grown ups is about five friends who after thirty years have reunited at their old High School coaches funeral. Eventually they decide to spend the 4th of July weekend together with there families at a rented cabin. While there they catch-up and reminisce about there childhood.
So obviously I didn’t get to watch this movie opening day, actually I found it by accident on TV. As much as I wanted to watch it though I was a bit put off by very bad reviews I read about it. That’s actually kind of the reason I writing this review. Like Ironman 2 Grown Ups is not as bad as some people made it out to be, it’s a buddy comedy so yeah there will be a lot of Low brow, immature humor, even worst when you get Adam Sandler and Rob Schneider on screen together.
I will admit some of the jokes are a bit too much and some of the times they pop up at odd or random times BUT!!!! the majority of the movie is actually really great.  While watching it (and I know this sounds clichéish) I found myself looking back at my childhood and remembering some of the stupid things my friends and I did. Grown ups is a fun Comedy with almost a nostalgic feel to it. I loved seeing all these guys (the Main actors) on screen together cause I feel they had great chemistry, almost like this was something they did every weekend. I also like this movies emphasis on Family and friendships they are the most important things in life and like David Spades character your miserable without em. 
I really liked Grown ups and I thing that if you have also been turned off by the negative reviews you should just forget them and give this movie a chance.
Inappropriate humor ? Yes did you expect anything less? Inappropriate humor ? Yes did you expect anything less? Inappropriate humor ? Yes did you expect anything less? Inappropriate humor ? Yes did you expect anything less?

What did you think of this review?

Fun to Read
Post a Comment
February 20, 2012
I still haven't seen this. I guess I have to be in a certain mood to see this one. Thanks!
February 20, 2012
More Grown Ups (2010 movie) reviews
review by . July 21, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
Life Is Not about Winning or Losing but How You Play the Game.
I am a recent "convert" of Adam Sandler and Kevin James' humor. Originally, I couldn't stand their slapstick comedic takes, many of which I felt were stupid or insulting to women. After watching a few seasons of King of Queens, I warmed up to Kevin James. Adam Sandler was a little more difficult to like because many of his films were practically the same plot structures, which becomes boring and predictable. The movie that first caught my attention was 50 First Dates. To this …
review by . July 13, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
      GROWN UPS   I am a huge Kevin James fan and have not missed one of his films at the theaters, so of course I had to go see this film. Add in that I am a huge David Spade, Chris Rock, Adam Sandler, and Rob Schneider fan and I just can’t have a bad time at this movie. Now I will say from the get go this film is not for everybody and I have noticed that some people just don’t get this film. This film is basically what the title says, growing up, and well …
review by . October 29, 2010
isn't half bad as far as these movies go, and I like its emphasis on family. However, the humor in Grown Ups is just really odd and random at times. Not infrequently, there will be something that's supposed to be funny, but just isn't (like an old black grandmother farting). The biggest problem with the movie though is that it seems rushed. It was heading towards an interesting confrontation, but all of the tension is resolved within a few minutes and a group conversation. It's almost like the director …
review by . June 25, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
Somewhere within "Grown Ups" is a film that can be taken seriously. There are good themes at work: Friendship, family, generation gaps, the ups and downs of marriage, whether or not aging is the same as maturing. The problem is, none of it shines through the murk of its incessant low grade comedy; rather than make us laugh with genuinely funny material, writers Adam Sandler and Fred Wolf rely on juvenile jokes that put all emphasis on unrealistic personality quirks. It's all character and no development. …
Quick Tip by . September 18, 2010
It takes a little time for the film to find its footing, but by the end I was giggling so hard I had tears pouring down my cheeks. The overall message of the film was good as well -- family and friends are what brings joy in life, while money and things are fleeting.
review by . June 28, 2010
posted in Movie Hype
There's all sorts of comedies out there. There's the high-brow satirical ones, the low, bawdy comedies (a friend of mine once asked, "Are pornographic BBS's baudy?" None of you under 20 will get that), the surreal comedies, the slapstick and the romantic. A good comedy film (or book, or TV show), can be any of these categories. Some of the best cross through many of them. But all these comedies have one thing in common: they must be funny. A good comedy can offend. It can shock. It can rock your …
About the reviewer

Ranked #88
Canadian, gamer, Geek and Nerd. Sci-fi all day everyday. Have a look at my site.      http://kingrex32.webs.com/
Consider the Source

Use Trust Points to see how much you can rely on this review.

Your ratings:
rate more to improve this
About this movie


Adam Sandler and his frequent costars (Chris Rock, Kevin James, David Spade, and Rob Schneider) grope blindly for maturity in the genial comedyGrown Ups. Five childhood pals are drawn back together after the death of their former basketball coach; over the course of a Fourth of July weekend, they--along with their wildly attractive wives (played by Salma Hayek, Maria Bello, Maya Rudolph) and precocious children--loosen up, try to introduce their kids to the simple pleasures of nature, air some dirty laundry, and rediscover their friendship. In other words, it's a fairly formulaic comedy that veers awkwardly from gags (ranging from slapstick to mean-spiritedness) to sentiment (ranging from sappy to not entirely sappy). Its appeal will depend entirely on your feelings about Sandler and the rest of the gang--if you like this bunch of lugs (in all their prolonged adolescent glory), then you'll like this movie. If you don't, you won't. Everyone's in relaxed but good form; affable is more the comic goal than razor sharp. Expect gags about being fat, being old, prolonged breast-feeding, ogling hot chicks, flatulence, etc. There's some role reversal: it's the women, particularly Hayek as a type-A fashion designer, who need to learn the eternal cinematic lesson that family is more important than work. Featuring guest appearances from Tim Meadows, Colin Quinn, and Steve Buscemi.--Bret Fetzer

Poster art for "Grown Ups."
view wiki


Movies, Comedy Movies, Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, Kevin James, Rob Schneider, David Spade


Director: Dennis Dugan
Genre: Comedy
Release Date: 25 June 2010
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Screen Writer: Adam Sandler
DVD Release Date: November 9, 2010
Runtime: 102 minutes
Studio: Columbia Pictures
First to Review

"I'm a Big Kid Now"
© 2015 Lunch.com, LLC All Rights Reserved
Lunch.com - Relevant reviews by real people.
This is you!
Ranked #
Last login
Member since