Due Date

2010

Action / Adventure / Comedy / Crime / Drama / Western

240
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 40%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 52%
IMDb Rating 6.6 10 300339

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Cast

Robert Downey Jr. as Peter Highman
Charlie Sheen as Charlie Harper
Michelle Monaghan as Sarah Highman
Juliette Lewis as Heidi
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1hr 35 min
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1hr 35 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by redracer95 2 / 10

Due Date gave me a hangover.....

Truly a bad movie.

It's not Planes Trains and Automobiles, and it never could be.

It's the same asinine but much less funny character from The Hangover, for Galafianakis. I'm afraid he is forever typecast as "Fat Jesus" for the rest of his career.

Aside from that, the movie wasn't anywhere near as funny or entertaining as the hit-clips made it up to be. Another case of using all the best parts of the movie to produce the trailer for the movie and the rest of it just bombs.

Downey Jr's character was downright despicable at times.

Why was Jamie Foxx in this movie? Juliette Lewis? Lame.

The funniest thing in the movie to me was when Downey Jr's character gut punched the annoying little bastard child of Juliette Lewis's character. That was good.

Just know going into this film that it's about 2 hours of your life that you will NEVER get back. Just remember that, and then you make the decision to watch, or not to watch.

Reviewed by brittney-caraway 1 / 10

Couldn't Even Finish...

I adore Robert Downey Jr, and was thrilled at the possibilities this movie presented. There were a few funny moments, but overall an absolute let-down. I literally couldn't finish it; I reached my "stupid" quota about 30 minutes from the end. I despise movies that are unbelievable and unrelatable; shouting at my TV, "Why would you do that?" or, "Why didn't you do this?" is very irritating. Once Robert Downey Jr got shot, I was done. Way too many unbelievable and thoroughly irrelevant mishaps.

I have not the slightest curiosity as to the ending; wish I hasn't wasted the money on this non-comedic "comedy."

Hope Robert Downey Jr chooses better in his next film.

Reviewed by blumdeluxe 4 / 10

A not as good Hangover

"Due Date" tells the story of a successful soon-to be father who, due to some unlikely incidents, gets thrown out of a plane and has to share a car ride home across the country with a man so bizarre, he barely manages to contain himself. Along the ride, many unforeseen occasions and events delay their plans and make the birth of the child a goal increasingly harder to accomplish.

The film comes with two stars and a lot of slapstick gags. Some of them work out quite well and I, too, have to state that I carried a laughter at some points. On the other hand many of the jokes are mediocre, at best and sometimes cross the borders to pure tasteless. The concept is pretty simple, two very different men sharing a ride, and so you can't really say that the movie is a role-model for creativity. Large parts of its charm are really created by the personal aura of the two lead characters that give this rather basic comedy a bit of glamour that carried it onto the big screens.

All in all a lot of people will like the humor of this title, a lot of others won't see much special in it. In my eyes it is no loss to miss out on it, even though there are surely worse slapstick movies and at least this one is good distraction.

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