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Clueless-dad comedy is forgettable family fluff.
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Fresh: Those expecting new tricks or even vaguely inventive laughs from Old Dogs or its two waning stars should heed the obvious cliche.
- Giles Hardie, smh.com.au, Thursday, June 24, 2010
Rotten: Featuring a mixed-up-medication gag, a guy-in-a-gorilla-suit gag and a suntan-gone-wrong gag...well, you begin to understand the level of inspiration that went into the execution of the film.
- Simon Foster, sbs.com.au, Monday, August 9, 2010
An often riotously funny slapstick farce that ought to appeal to moviegoers of all ages.
- roygutteridge, Sunday, July 25, 2010
okay, i know i like "bad" movies. but i can safely say i didn't care too much about this one. i thought Wild Hogs was better. but this one had some parts where i laughed till i had actual tears. it was pretty heart warming too. i wouldn't say don't watch it, but if you should find yourself with it on, you won't hate it.
- theylovealexis, Thursday, July 8, 2010