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Grown Ups 2 Blu-ray
Posted September 9, 2013 04:42 PM by Webmaster
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has officially announced that it will release a combo pack edition of director Dennis Dugan's comedy Grown Ups 2 (2013), starring Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Chris Rock, David Spade, Salma Hayek, and Maria Bello. The release will be available for purchase online and in stores across the nation on November 5th.
Having greatly enjoyed the reunion which took place with his high school buddies and their families in Grown Ups (2010), Lenny Feder (Sandler) makes the fateful decision to move his family back to his hometown, where Eric (James), Kurt (Rock) and Marcus (Spade) are raising their own children. However, with unforeseen hazards including forgotten bullies, erratic bus drivers and drunken cops, home may not be the lost paradise the passage of time has rendered it in Lenny's mind. The chaos reaches fever pitch on the last day of school, when it seems certain that the kids will once again be showing the adults how to behave...
"Look Who Stopped By" – A look at the cameos throughout the film (Blu-ray exclusive)
"Mr. Spade's Wild Ride" -- Featuring David Spade as he prepares to be rolled down the hill in a tire (Blu-ray exclusive)
"The Feder House" – Construction of the sound stage where the Feder house was built (Blu-ray exclusive)
I actually really enjoyed it far more than the first one. Stone cold Steve Austin was awesome in it. U people can bash on me for liking this and I don't care what u say!! November 5th is going to be killing my wallet. Got dexter season 8, elf steelbook, a Christmas story steelbook, Scrooged steelbook, White House down, turbo, mickeys Christmas carol and Winnie the Pooh a very merry pooh year. This day is killing my wallet.
The first one wasn't awful. Had some moments. This movie was just a bunch of random scenes thrown together with no sequence whatsoever and called a movie. I don't normally dump on movies and go over the top with a review... but this was seriously the biggest piece of shit I have ever seen. Ever. In history.