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Now Showing In Budapest: 'Father Figures'

04.01.2018
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Now Showing In Budapest: 'Father Figures'
"Upon learning that their mother has been lying to them for years about their allegedly deceased father, two fraternal twin brothers hit the road in order to find him."


Movie type: Comedy

Director: Lawrence Sher

Script: Justin Malen

Starring: Kyle - Owen Wilson, Peter - Ed Helms, Helen - Glenn Close, Ronald Hunt - J.K. Simmons

Length: 1h 53min

Rated: R

Reviews:

Owen Gleiberman - Variety: "A limply spritzing fountain of unconvincing (and unfunny) tricks out of the how-to-write-a-comedy-hit manual.”

Ben Kenigsberg - The NYTimes: "Distinguished mainly by its overqualified cast and lack of inspiration, “Father Figures” can’t decide whether it’s a gross-out comedy or an uplifting tale of brotherly love.”

Jeffrey M. Anderson - Common Sense Media: "This almost totally fails as a comedy, with broad, unfunny, dumb jokes (such as Wilson and a young boy urinating on each other), though it's marginally better during the goopy, heartwarming parts.”

Source: imdb.com





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