If there's one error, it's that there are almost too many laughs. Cannon keeps the pace up, and some of the smart one-liners from the script by Brian and Jim Kehoe get stamped on in the race for the next gag.
Blockers is a rare comedy film that actually lives up to what it's intended to do(making audiences laugh). At times the film is hysterical, at other times it's touching, and at the best of times it's both, which is a scarce trait seen in a comedy film these days.
Blockers is a serviceable comedy that has some real comedic bright spots. All the actors give strong performances, but the script is uneven with it's comedy keeping the film from being great overall a high 6. B
One of the worst movies I've seen in a long time. My wife wanted to leave after 15 minutes. I convinced her to stay almost till the end, and finally gave up too. We get it already... parents are idiots, kids rule, and oh by the way let's throw a whole bunch of gratuitous nudity into the mix. If I wanted to see old men's asses and "eggplants", I'd hang out in gym showers. I like all of the actors in this. I'm truly embarrassed for them :(
just got out of this movie and it is absolutely horrible. I am surprised the actors in this movie would submit themselves to this kind of professional humiliation. The only reason someone would say this is humor is the same reason people laugh at raunchy so called comedians. Can't believe I sat through this thing.