This movie is a sequel to the first part in 2015. It’s a comedy movie that makes you laugh so hard from start to finish. The movie reminds you of the comedy movie by Kevin Hart. Although the critics didn’t score this movie kind of high for reasons best known to them, I kind of enjoyed the movie and felt that it was OK, I had a very good laugh and most if the people around me in the cinema did also.
The movie wasn’t so long but they kept us entertained and thrilled till the very end, I guess you are thinking in my direction, yes they gave us a clue that there would be a part 3, that I am not really sure is necessary any more as most of their fans think they should end here and get something fresh, but then we would keep our fingers crossed and see what they have us soon.The 1hr 38 mins comedy movie featured fantastic acts like Mark Wahlberg, Will Ferrell, Mel Gibson and many more, there was a good blend and this made the movie to look do real, it was interesting and very exciting, as most of the scenes couldn’t be predicted. The movie was directed by Sean Anders.
In this sequel part of the movie Dusty and Brad join forces together to avail their kids of the very best Christmas. They were both expecting their dads, the grand dads of their kids and wanted everything to be as perfect as ever. Although Dusty who is the biological father of the kids but never available, decided to work with their foster father who is now married to their mum. Dusty is a replica of his father, strong, big and well built, who was a retired military army officer. He always wanted to be in charge and control everything, he almost ruined the Christmas and the kids weren’t fond of him at all, as he was never available.
Brads Dad is as gentle and as sweet as he was, their bond and affection was quit contagious and the kids love him so much, they were fond of him as he was always available. He bought them gifts regularly and took them to fun places. It was a thug of war and competition between both dads and grand dads to show their skills, expertise and love, to proof to the kids that they were the best. The entire family traveled to a beautiful resort for the Christmas and every day it was one drama to another, there was never a dull moments with all the dads.
Cast: Mark Wahlberg, Will Ferrell, Mel Gibson, John Lithgow, Linda Cardellini, Alessandra Ambrosio
Director: Sean Anders
Ratings: PG 13 (for suggestive materials and some language)
Written by: Sean Anders, John Morris
Runtime: 98 mins
Studio: Paramount Pictures
To my verdict I would say that the movie deserves a 7.5/10 because it was interesting, exciting, and hilarious. I really had a good laugh with these one and all the actors played their roles well. At a point it did get so funny and almost losing it, but then I would say it turned out ok. For all the comedy lovers out there, then this is a movie to catch and relax with this holiday.Feel free to review any movie of your choice in not more than 200 words, please send us a mail to offduty and stand a chance to win a free movie ticket.
What do you do when you want to make a sequel to your hit comedy about domestic, family-time awkwardness? Well, as according to Meet the Fockers, doing one about the in-laws isn’t a bad idea. And hey, if it ain’t broke… thus enter Daddy’s Home 2, another Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg comedy that’s adding in John Lithgow and Mel Gibson as their respective fathers. This isn’t going to end well for them, but it might still be quite funny for us.
In the new film, Brad (Ferrell) and Dusty (Wahlberg) have put away their differences to becoming a dynamic duo of awesomeness for their kids. Two dads who get along and are quite the team. But when they take it to the next level by agreeing to combine family cheer for a Christmas with both families, they also put themselves in the path of conflict by inviting each of their own fathers. Dusty’s Dad (Gibson) is an ultra-masculine tough guy that makes Dusty look progressive, while Brad’s Dad (Lithgow) is extra-emotional and highly affectionate. Hijinks presumably ensue.