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Opened in Theaters: Wednesday, November 25th, 2009

Directed by Walt Becker
Genre: Comedy
Running Time: 1:28

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Old Dogs
Two best friends—one unlucky-in-love divorcee (ROBIN WILLIAMS) and the other a funloving bachelor (JOHN TRAVOLTA)—have their lives turned upside down when they're unexpectedly charged...  View more >

some mild rude humor

Starring John Travolta, Kelly Preston, Bernie Mac...  View more >

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[--- Stay Away! ---]by VIP MemberDec 1, 2009
A terrible unfunny movie that wasted a large talented cast. "Old Dogs" areen't funny, not for one moment. I didn't laugh at all. The film is just plain stupid. John Travolta and Robin Williams who put 60 years of film experience, is stuck with a movie that doesn't know how to be funny. The two played singles guy, facing midlight crisis. all the sudden, Williams falls for Kelly Preston and before we know it, he is saddled with two 6 year old kids. Travolta falls for a office worker played by Lori Loughlin. If these women are smart enough, they're be dating me and not them. those two bachelors are dim-witted and stupid. they act on the level of a 10 year-old, the film has plenty of potty jokes and there are many to go around. there is on-going joke where the two are accidently taking the wrong pill and cause weird side-effects on both of them. Take Seth Green and that gorilla. I wasn't laughing at that scene either. Nothging is funny in this movie. "Old Dogs" is a lame comedy that should disappear from movie theatres by Christmas.
[--- Good ---]by  Dec 2, 2009
Maybe I seen a different movie but I was laughing as were those in the movie with us. It has some very funny parts. Yes it is old shtick comedy but good. We all laughed at the gorilla scene as well. But that is why they make different movies we don't all have the same tast, and thats a good thing

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