The Do-OverThe film follows two down-on-their-luck guys who fake their owns deaths and assume the identify of two others, only to quickly discover that the people they're pretending to be are in even deeper trouble.Genre: ComedyCountry: United StatesDuration: 90 minQuality: HDRelease: 2016IMDb: 5.7
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Characters of "The Do-Over"
Directors of "The Do-Over"
Steven BrillBirthdate: 27 May 1962, Utica, New York, USA
Creators of "The Do-Over"
Critic Reviews of "The Do-Over"
ChristyLemire.comJune 18, 2016
Typical Adam Sandler fare in every way, from the raunchy humor to the inclusion of his buddies to the deplorable view of women to the vacation disguised as a movie shoot to the forced sentimentality in the final act.
AV ClubMay 29, 2016
The '90s version of The Do-Over would have paired a snarky, cowardly Spade with a goofball weirdo Sandler. Now they're just two more bros-before-hos.
RogerEbert.comMay 27, 2016
A film that gets markedly dumber with every passing minute.
Entertainment WeeklyMay 27, 2016
The plot threads can be a little hard to follow ... but Sandler and Spade's partnership gives the whole enterprise enough emotional grounding to make up for it.
indieWireMay 27, 2016
For years, we've been asking Adam Sandler to try harder. We've been making a huge mistake.
Blog de cineJuly 04, 2016
"The Do Over" is a great step forward from "The Ridiculous 6", but it's not enough to make your time worthwhile. [Full review in Spanish]
The PlaylistJune 15, 2016
Just as predictably mind-numbing and tedious as any other comedy Sandler has attached his name to post-Funny People.
MLive.comJune 15, 2016
Brain-dead, hopeless, annoying, pestilential crap.
Common Sense MediaJune 08, 2016
Sandler tale has gory violence, sex, and nonstop profanity.
Movie NationJune 01, 2016
"Grown-Ups" with guns. And even fewer laughs, as if that's possible.
Cinema em CenaMay 31, 2016
If there was a superhero called Captain Cinema, Adam Sandler would be his Lex Luthor. [Full review in Portuguese.]
GuardianMay 31, 2016
Surely this movie must be almost over, you think, as you jab the pause button on your remote - only to find you are at the 50-minute mark with another 58 to go.
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