Summary: Look , I don't know. I really liked this movie. I didn't expect to, and for some reason I feel embarrassed telling people that I did. In the end I think this rounds out my top 3 favourite Farrelly Brothers' movies: Something About Mary, Stuck On You, and now Hall Pass.
Summary: It is now time to stop making movies depicting men as complete idiots. It is time to stop depicting women as being superior to men in every conceivable way. It is lame. It gets old. It sends the wrong message. And it's not the least bit funny.
Summary: While not laugh out loud funny, this movie had its funny moments and is a movie that many people could relate to ...... to a degree. As the movie progress's, it is pretty easy to predict the ending well in advance but that is ok because it is funny to see these married men who have been out of the...
Summary: Host to the ever-continuing trend of cinematic themes, the Farrelly brothers don't stray far from lasciviousness as they once again ("Shallow Hal") turn the tables, and put men in the spot light of the unsatisfied; here, we learn that hedonism is satisfactory...just as long as you have a pass.
Summary: "As Meteorically funny Hall Pass is , parts get taken to an extreme and can be a turnoff for newcomers. Owen Wilson is hilarious Jason Sudeikis is funny equally but not qualified overall Farrley Brothers bring us a funny , decent , not "so" special comedy!" .. B
Summary: Nope! Note The Hangover, not Due Date, not Get Me to The Greek, not Judd Apatow level stuff here. There is some funny bits in the first third, but the middle drags into a chick flick in that men need women more than visa versa.
Summary: "Hall Pass", similar to the grossly underrated "Shallow Hal"(arguably the best title in this filmmaking brothers' oeuvre, "There's Something About Mary" notwithstanding) serves up mean-spirited jokes at the expense of women who aren't, to put it kindly, classically beautiful, and should probably...
Summary: The 2 or 3 "money shots" in this film (Owen Wilson with the 2 dicks in the spa; Drunk girl who craps in the shower) pretty much make the rest of this very ordinary film worth seeing - if you have a juvenile humor streak like I do - and if you simply feel like laughing.
Summary: This could be Jason Sudeikis's chance to make it into the public's eye that doesn't watch SNL. With him it is an average movie, but without him it would have been a disaster. Most of the good one-liners were revealed in the trailers.