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Longtime friends Ronny and Nick are partners in an auto-design firm. They are hard at work on a presentation for a dream project that would really launch their company. Then Ronny spots Nick's wife out with another man, and in the process of investigating the possible affair, he learns that Nick has a few secrets of his own. As the presentation nears, Ronny agonizes over what might happen if the truth gets out.
The only dilemma I experienced was finding the motivation to finish this turd.
No dilemma whatsoever.
Occasionally, I embrace the idea of watching a film that I assume will be bad, just to see for myself on the outside chance that I end up getting some semblance of enjoyment out of it. This happened last night/this morning when I, or I should say my wife, stumbled upon The Dilemma on television. "Nothing else is on" she says, to justify the decision after I gave her the look of disapproval, so I decided to jump on board as well.
You see, this was the eve of our only child going off to her first day of Kindergarten, and that blend of nerves and genuine time moves too fast sadness made a mindless comedy seem like the right…
To borrow a line from my one of my favorite SNL sketches, I'm not sure this legally qualifies as a comedy.
But I'm not sure it wants to be. It's more a drama starring comedy actors than an actual comedy. There are a few deliberately humorous scenes involving Channing Tatum as this scuzzy home-wrecker, but mostly this is a much darker movie than I expected, with Vince Vaughn essentially stalking and intimidating his best friend's wife after he discovers she's been unfaithful.
This kind of reminded me, in an inferior way, of THE BREAK-UP, another Vaughn movie with comic trappings and a surprisingly bleak perspective. I think that movie's much more successful -- more confident in exactly what it wants to be -- but I have to admit I found this movie a lot more interesting than I expected, even if only in a what-the-hell-were-they-thinking sort of way.
Whaaaaaaaaaat? Ron Howard directed this tripe? I'm not a fan of all his films but this? This is sub par film making that'll blot his C.V. for some time to come.
I don't even know what the point of the film was, its plot is all over the place never establishing what it wants to be. Is it about being a good friend? Not being a liar? Being supportive? It's a rom-com without the rom and a lads movie without the raunchiness.
I remember when Vince Vaughn was in Swingers, you'd never think it now.
Really Ron Howard, shame on you.
Was this really supposed to be a comedy?
Still waiting to laugh....
couldnt finish it , not even my love for Vince couldn make me .
“You sucked at the way you handled things… but you cared.”
Ugh, normal people. (I considered just leaving this review like that, lol, but let’s try…) You know how I feel about them. I absolutely wouldn't have watched this, ever, were it not for this month's Winona thing - not even with it also starring Jennifer Connelly and being directed by Ron Howard. Anomalies like The Lost World, Psycho (shut up I like that movie), Into the Wild aside (okay I liked The Wedding Crashers too but I think mainly for Isla Fisher) I avoid Vince Vaughn movies like the plague. I hate the macho schtick that seemed to start with his comedies with Jon Favreau, and while Favreau has…
Channing Tatum was absolutely the best thing about this movie. I find it hard to watch movies that deal heavily with this subject matter. It is just too depressing.
I'd rather have my eyeballs gouged out with a rusty spoon dipped in the saliva of a dehydrated dragon than…
Movies with cheating wives and girlfriends!