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Plot: Peter Highman (Robert Downey Jr.) must get to LA in five days to be at the birth of his firstborn. He is about to fly home from Atlanta when his luggage and wallet are sent to LA without him, and he is put on the "no-fly" list. Desperate to get home Peter is forced to accept the offer of Ethan Tremblay (Zach Galifianakis) to hitch a ride with him cross-country. Peter is about to go on the most terrifying and agonizing journey of his life. Runtime: 95 mins Release Date: 04 Nov 2010
There had been in my humble opinion a major lack of entertaining and good comedies in the film market, but then out of the blue I stumbled upon The Hangover. A film I didn't know anything about before I went to see it in the cinema. Just a few seconds into the film I started smiling and laughing, and they kept on pushing it, and I think there wasn't one single dull nor boring sequence throughout the whole movie. The reason why I'm telling you this is because watching Due Date gave me the exact same amazing comedy experience as The Hangover, and that speaks for it self! <more>
Furthermore, the acting by especially Robert Downey Jr. and Zach Galifanakis were both top notch, and I thoroughly swallowed every word they said.If you're in for a treat and hunger for laughs go watch Due Date as soon as you can! I honestly feel like I don't have words to describe it as well as it deserves, but I gave it my best shot and I hope you've got the message! PS: I had the pleasure of seeing it in an early screening. The original premiere date is November 5th.
Zach Galifianakis is so funny in this movie. The complaints about the stale plot, the ridiculousness of the characters' behavior, or the failure of the characters to garner a connection with the other reviewers- or to inspire love or empathy- may all be valid points. I didn't find this to be true, but one could see how others would make the case that the film was nothing special. Nevertheless, I just laughed hard and frequently at Zach Galifianakis throughout. 10 stars. That's all, I am adding lines because they have a minimum of 10 lines. I am not Gene Siskel. Just recommending a <more>
comedy; people take insignificant things too seriously
Downey Jr. and Galifianakis may be the new Laurel and Hardy. (by PWNYCNY)
Absolutely funny movie. Robert Downey Jr. and Zach Galifianakis are wonderful together. They are the modern day Laurel and Hardy. One is fastidious and pompous, the other a witless but lovable oaf. They get into all kinds of jams and of course whatever they do just makes things worse. There are many great one-liners and what is even better, the story is dynamic as the fellas are on the move - literally. They bicker, they fight, they yell, they laugh, they make up, they care about each other, they're friends. It's a cross country comedy. Along the way they meet all kinds of interesting <more>
and amusing characters which add to the movie's upbeat mood. This is a zany movie, one that keeps the audience's attention and makes the audience laugh. If you like slapstick comedy and want to watch a movie that is pure escapism then this movie is for you. It's worth the time. And if this movie spawns a sequel, hopefully it will star the two lead actors who did such a wonderful job in this first-rate comedy.
I've been very interested in watching this movie ever since I found out about it. I was a fan of Todd Phillips' The Hangover and through that I loved Zach Galifianakis. Robert Downey Jr. always does solid work. Through all of that I had high expectations and as with all expectations there is always a risk that they will not be met.I caught a pre-screening of this in Michigan and it was highly entertaining. It's up to par with The Hangover to me and more meaningful. There were more sentimental moments here than in Phillips' last movie and the humor doesn't rely as much on <more>
gross-outs and raunchiness.The cinema was laughing throughout the movie. It's not an original idea comparisons with Planes, Trains, and Automobiles are inevitable but it was more than satisfying. I say it's the funniest movie of the year but I haven't seen all the comedies released this year.Highly recommended.
Excellent film that seems to be cruelly reviewed by some... (by jaycp1979)
At first i was a little hesitant about going to see this film. I guess i was a little worried that, as with so many other comedys Grownups to name but one , all the best bits were used in the adverts/trailers for this film. I was wrong and boy am i glad i went to see this movie.For me, its one of the funniest films i'd seen for a while with plenty of laugh out and in some cases very loudly moments. The story, and thus the film, flows from start to end with very little in the way of 'boring bits'. Downey Jnr was excellent throughout, as always it seems these days. Although my <more>
one negative was that the end was very and quite typically American in that 'everything works out' kind of way, but even that is a tiny moan on an otherwise very entertaining film.Why so many people are comparing this to Trains, Planes & Automobiles... which by the way is one of my favourite films... i just don't get. Yes its 2 people, who are quite clearly opposites trying to get across the USA but that's where the similarities stop. This film and its comedy are clearly aimed at todays generation of movie goers and todays sense of humour which has evolved from what it once was... what was good 23 years ago in PTAA remains good, but show it to a 20 year old today and i'd bet some of the humour would be lost on them. If i made my younger brother, who's 17 years of age, watch something like a classic 'Carry On' film.. he'd be crawling up the walls inside 10 minutes. So i do feel to compare 2 films which a generation between them isn't quite right for me.I'd recommend that you go see this film, enjoy it for what it is. A damn good laugh and great way to spend a couple of hours at the flicks.Enjoy
Todd Phillips, whose The Hangover was such a hit, does another mismatched-males-on-a-trip film, reminiscent of John Hughes' 1987 film Planes, Trains And Automobiles; but he proves that good writing and skilled direction can wring juice out of a dry shell of an ideal.Put one uptight man and one weirdo together on a forced road trip and the result partly very funny, partly gross out and one small part tender —the idea of grown men realizing what it means to be really grown up. Hollywood calls such movies 'bromances.'Ill-tempered businessman Peter Robert Downey Jr , is trying to <more>
get home in time for the birth of his first child. Due to the antics of the idiotic Ethan Zach Galifianakis, replicating his Hangover character , both men get thrown out of the plane and put on the blacklist. Peter luggage and wallet are on the plane, so he is forced to share a car from Atlanta to LA with the irritating aspiring actor.The road trip is made exciting and eventful, by the bizarre things that happen on the way, and cameos by stars like Jamie Foxx, Juliette Lewis and the director himself. It's not as hysterically hilarious as The Hangover, but the ingredients are all there, and it's not all witless slapstick either, as many such odd-twosome films tend to be, especially when hinging on a thin wire of a plot. There is an inventiveness to the gags, spirited performances, and in the end, some sympathy created for the two basically 'unlikeable' characters.
If you are looking for believability, please try to remember this is a comedy. (by DarkVulcan29)
The critics are being pretty harsh on this film, and yet they give high praise to such films like Role Models and Get Him to the Greek, so go figure. But I had a lot fun with Due Date, It was a fun slapstick misadventure, almost what we loved about The Hangover, so it is clear to say I don't agree with the critics on this one.Peter Robert Downey Jr an architect looking to get home to his pregnant wife Michelle Monaghan who is expecting in a week. And when he gets on a plane, he quickly gets kicked off, when he gets into an unfortunate incident with Ethan Zach Galifianakis a pot smoking <more>
moron, and wanna be actor, who is obsessed with the show Two and a Half Men. When Peter is looking for new ways to get home. Ethan has a car and offers to drive him. Although it is against Peters better judgment, but feeling there is no other way, he goes with him. Will Peter make it on time for his child's birth, or will Ethan drive him nuts during this?A lot of people said this is a Plane,Trains and Automobiles ripoff, but you know what who cares. This was a funny laugh out loud film. Downey and Galifianakis have funny chemistry, they just play off each other perfectly. Like The Hangover it is one entertaining misadventure, I say don't listen to the critics, see this movie and form your own opinion.
Definitely worth going to see! (by dontdropthebanana)
A few friends and I had the chance to catch this for free and we loved it! This movie was definitely worth checking out. From the beginning on we all laughed at the crazy antics of Galifianakis' character. A weird 'actor to be' type that drives Downey's character to see-red quite a bit through the movie. At times I was rooting for Downey to take the easier course, but there was good reason for him not to. Oh, the highlight of the movie for me and there were plenty to be found! was the 'baby-sitting' part! Downey does what everyone wishes they could do to annoying <more>
brats, haha. And another honorable mention would be the night they sleep in the car, oh boy was that disturbing but funny.
Throughout the past decade Director Todd Phillips has created a name for himself by shaping the buddy comedy genre starting in 2000 with the release of "Road Trip." The films "Old School" 2003 , "Starsky and Hutch" 2004 , and "The Hangover" 2010 followed leading to Phillips's latest comedic creation "Due Date" created by a match made in heaven. Phillips teams up with Zach Galifianakis "The Hangover", "It's Kind of a Funny Story" along with Hollywood a-list super star Robert Downey Jr. "Iron Man", <more>
"Sherlock Holmes" . Downey plays future father Peter Highman who has been banned from being on an airplane because of an encounter with Galifianakis's character Ethan Tremblay. Peter has no other choice, but to drive cross country from Atlanta, Georgia to Las Angeles, California cross country with Tremblay whose dream is to appear on "Two and a Half Men." Together they embark on a chaotic, hilarious, emotional quest following the basic structure of the buddy comedy genre."Due Date" is not just another buddy comedy. It is a buddy comedy with two actors that many would have never paired them together in a movie, however, the chemistry that Robert Downey Jr. and Zach Galifianakis have together on screen creates the perfect equation and drives the entire film from start until finish. Downey's serious subtle comedic dialogue is very clever and hilarious, while Galifianakis's boisterous, goofy and childish personality gets in the audience's face and brings the house down. Downey and Galifianakis's relationship clicks and connects with the audiences a lot more than other buddy comedy films and incorporates a deeper vibe concerning the back-stories of both Peter and Ethan allowing their characters to avoid being one-dimensional.Michelle Monaghan does not do a very good job playing Robert Downey Jr.'s wife Sarah Highman. She is very dull in the film and does not work well with Downey at all. Phillips fails to develop her character and portrays her in a very bad light. There are many questions surrounding her and her faithfulness to he husband Peter Highman. There are a couple unnecessary plot twists that seem like they were just thrown into the film and are never fully developed. Jamie Foxx was the subject of one of these twists, but isn't in the film long enough to deserve any praise for his part. He could have been a very important part of the film, but by the end his character's small appearance was very insignificant and did not fit into the overall scheme of things.In the end, the film is about friendship and how friendship is found in the most unlikely of places and weirdest of circumstances. Together these two teach the audience how to have a good time and laugh at the mishaps that happen throughout life. In the words of Ethan Tremblay, "You better check yourself, before you wreck yourself."