Films with scenes where someone has a poo.
I'm 37 years old.
Dave is a married man with two kids and a loving wife , and Mitch is a single man who is at the prime of his sexual life. One fateful night while Mitch and Dave are peeing in a fountain when lightning strikes and they switch bodies.
As an aspiring screenwriter not a day goes by when I don't hear from professionals how difficult it can be to break into the game, even if you have a great script behind you. Then I watch a movie like The Change Up and I start to remember that you don't need a great script at all, you just need the right pals in the right places, because that's the only possible way to explain away this turd of a 'comedy', that David Dobkin--who did give us the decent Wedding Crashers, so he can do better--must have friends upstairs. There is only one reason to watch this movie, and it's not Dobkin and hells teeth is certainly is not the…
Bateman might want to consider a change up in agent.
It is hard to make an original body swap comedy considering at least 10,000 were produced during the 1980s but I am struggling to think of too many R-rated takes on the familiar story. Sadly the R-rated humour here is obvious, crass and rarely funny. I’m going to sound like an old fart but the current trend of gross out humour really isn’t all that appealing to me. It is not so much the fact it has copious amounts of swearing or babies shitting into their father’s mouth but the fact that the swearing alone is supposed to be funny.
It is a shame because the central casting of Ryan Reynolds and Jason Bateman works well against type and both…
Like Freaky Friday and every other 'body swap' comedy out there, except with dickhead bro dudes instead. You can tell it's written by the same shitheads that wrote The Hangover, as it's chock full of gross-out humour and overly offensive/racist gags that by and large fall flat on their dumb faces. It's a good 20 minutes too long for what it is, and neither Ryan Reynolds or Jason Bateman learn anything about their awful characters until the final 5 minutes, making the predictable sentimental finale come across as rather trite and insincere.
The only shred of a silver lining is Olivia Wilde. She is bloody lovely. This film is not.
Jason Bateman and Ryan Reynolds saved this from a complete disaster with there chemistry and humor, but not enough to be decent or good.
David Dobkin's wants to be funny and dramatic and by trying both he fail horribly.
This is certainly a difficult film to rate.
It's gross and very lowbrow, but it also contains a surprisingly substantial amount of heart.
Jason Bateman and Ryan Reynolds are both hilarious in the film.
Leslie Mann, one of my least favorite actresses, delivers a terrific performance.
With a premise so ridiculous, it somehow manages to treat themes of maturity and identity with shocking sincerity.
This is a raunchy comedy that uses Coldplay's "Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall" in a completely genuine way.
It's such a odd mixture. It feels like there are two different films being made simultaneously.
The crude gags are excessive and occasionally tedious, but the performances and surprising amount of sincerity are very impressive.
This is not necessarily a film to recommend, but one that I think deserves more appreciation.
Scene s udaranjem bebe u glavu u kinderbetu su bolesne, a foru s listom za rak ću doživotno zapamtiti.
Freaky Friday grown up.
If I was peeing into a fountain at the same time as an 8-year-old boy and through some inexplicable reason we swapped bodies, the new fake “me” might tell you that a film that starts with a baby projectile-pooping into the mouth of its father is a genius and inspired comedy that not only has a unique premise but also nails its execution.
However, I am particularly excellent at holding my bladder (so that I might release it in the appropriate place) and somewhere out there a sad, 8-year-old boy is getting scolded for peeing on public property. So I can, with a clear mind, report that The Change-Up is not that genius, inspired comedy and that its uninspired premise…
Just another body-swap comedy produced and directed by David Dobkin, written by Jon Lucas and Scott Moore, and starring Ryan Reynolds and Jason Bateman... it was entertaining and at moments very funny viewing in a cold autumn night. Do not expect too much substance or story development in this movie about two friends: Mitch Planko and Dave Lockwood (Ryan Reynolds and Jason Bateman)! Dave is an overworked lawyer, husband, and father of three children and Mitch is a single, quasi-employed man-child who has never met a responsibility he liked. To Mitch, Dave has it all: his beautiful wife Jamie (Leslie Mann) and three children who adore him and a high-paying job at a prestigious law firm. To Dave, living Mitch's…
3/10: Another body-swap comedy. This idea has been done countless times, only this time the jokes are much more crude, profane and R-rated. However, you will not miss much if you skip this.
My review -- this film is now on DVD and to hit the ground running on this review being unbiased but at the same time factual and honest. I think this project was incredibly lucky to get the profit margin of roughly $13 million, simply because the storyline has been recycled so many times before, that I think it is time to leave this formula alone for at least maybe 15 years. The storyline in a nutshell well the title is pretty much self-explanatory or if any of my readers have ever seen the film project Freaky Friday it is essentially the same idea. The comedy style mainly comes from sketch scene variety with sprinkles of dialogue comedy which has…
Raunchy update of the classic body swap cliche, with lazy womanizer Reynolds inhabiting law firm working family man Bateman and vice versa. The chemistry between the leads is honed to perfection, and rise above the predictable plot and foul mouthed script.
I like Jason Bateman. I like Ryan Reynolds. I wanted to like The Change-Up.
I didn't really like anything about this film.
There was not one likeable character on show in this 'comedy'. I mean Ryan Reynolds' Mitch comes across as a psycho when we find out he has been lurking around single mother parent clubs so he can have sex with one.
There were one or two (that is all) mildly funny moments but this really is a stinker. Jason Bateman should know, after all he does get shit in his face after the first five minutes.
Films with scenes where someone has a poo.
I'm 37 years old.
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