Comedy • PG-13 • 2013 • 1 hr 47 min
Without Tina fey and Paul Rudd this movie wouldn’t be half as charming.
Watch it once and you’re good. It’ll fill your night and you won’t feel like you wasted it.
Decent enough movie to put on when you’re awkwardly hanging out with family.
I really liked it. Not too silly, just the right amount of funny. Perfect ending. Not what I expected.
Fantastic chemistry between two immensely likeable leads doesn’t stop this from being a thoroughly bland rom-com. Give it a pass.
Just an odd movie. I found the pacing and story off putting and ultimately forgettable. A waste for these actors
Saw it because of the cast, but it's not an impressive movie... not even funny
It passes the time but it’s only okay funny
Good story about different parent/child relationships centered around college admissions. Funny and sweet
It was okay. Always love Paul Rudd though
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