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Will Ferrell, Mel Gibson, and John Lithgow have all done voice work at DreamWorks Animation: Ferrell in Megamind (2010) as the title character, Gibson in Chicken Run (2000) as Rocky the Rhode Island Red, and Lithgow in Shrek (2001) as Lord Farquad. See more »
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[to Dusty; referring to Brad]
His total lack of masculinity, I mean his weak chin and soft underbelly bothers you not a bit?
[after camera zooms out, to show him sitting in a chair next to Kurt and Dusty ]
You know, I'm just getting the feeling maybe you guys would like some privacy.
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I loved the Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg pairing in The Other Guys.
It was honestly one of the funniest comedies of this past decade. The
actors have good chemistry and can play off each other well. I didn't
love the first Daddy's Home, but the film had enough decent comedic
moments to keep me interested in a sequel, especially with the addition
of MAD Mel Gibson and John Lithgow. Overall, its what you'd expect from
the film, not overly memorable and gets lost along the way but it
offers comedic moments and a good time.
It's holiday season and both Brad and Dusty are co-parenting their kids
and seem to have found a common ground. Enter Both their dads (played
by Gibson and Lithgow). This sudden shakeup provides to be a test for
them and their families as they explore problems and try to find ways
to have an awesome Christmas despite all the trials and shenanigans
that now present themselves. Mel Gibson is not in many films these days
so this was a pretty rare appearance for him. Also, we have more John
I feel like the jokes are at times predictable, however some of them
are able to land. Its a film that didn't need a sequel especially a
predominantly holiday themed film. Lithgow and Gibson and more Cena is
nice, but you can't help but feel they needed better material and are
wasted a bit in the film. The film can't help but feel formulaic at a
time where a creative approach to a holiday comedy would have worked
better. Its more or less on the level of the recent A Bad Mom's
The film gets distracted with its Christmas theme and holiday
shenanigans that at times it is at the expense of comedy. I think the
film had the cast and makings of a better comedy but a bit of the
potential is wasted. Don't get me wrong, its funny it just could have
been much more with the talent at its disposal. Still overall, it makes
for a decent viewing experience during this time of year.
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