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Grumpier Old Men
- 1h 41m
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Put Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau and Ann-Margret together in a small town; add Sophia Loren; mix it up; and you get the only thing more ornery than Grumpy Old Men--it's sequel--in which a vivacious, Italian beauty attempts to convert Wabasha, Minnesota's cherished bait store into a romantic Italian restaurant.
Rotten Tomatoes® Score
A wheezier replay of the 1993 hit geezer romp Grumpy Old Men.
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Common Sense Says
Insults and sexual innuendo dominate routine comedy sequel.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Grumpier Old Men is a sequel to Grumpy Old Men, a comic vehicle for Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau in their later years. It's filled with the same comic pratfalls, swearing ("bastard," "crap," "s--t," "goddamn," "hell"), naughty dialogue ("he's a groper," "wanna see my salami"), insult humor ("putz," "bonehead," "d--k-head," "slut,""moron," "schmuck"), and sexual innuendo as its predecessor. Characters smooch, talk about the possibility of sex, and playfully kiss and embrace throughout. No actual nudity is shown, but there is some revealing clothing and a character appears to be nude when he poses for his artist-wife. Wine, beer, grappa are consumed in numerous scenes; one character drinks to excess and smokes. Identifiable products appear in scene after scene. (Spoiler alert: a featured character dies and is mourned.)
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- Genre:Comedy, Franchise, Slapstick
- Release Date:December 22, 1995
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD