Grumpy Old Men
Grumpy Old Men
- 1h 45m
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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.
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So-so comedy with insults, sexual humor. No kid appeal.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Grumpy Old Men is a comedy with adult themes (jealousy, lifelong rivalries, and seniors' interest in sex) -- all treated lightheartedly. The intended humor comes from constant name-calling (i.e., "idiot," "moron," "ass-wipe," "putz") and jokes about sexual aptitude. A few falls in snow and a short tussle between the two "grumpy" men provide the only action -- nothing is serious. The movie delivers comfortable messages about the older people finding happiness, repairing damaged friendships, and positive relationships between seniors and their adult children. (Spoiler Alert -- a supporting character dies off camera, and a leading character suffers a heart attack and ends up on life support for a short time). Characters drink adult beverages in several scenes; one very old man smokes and is portrayed as a lecherous alcoholic. There is quite a bit of salty language: "p---y," "d--khead," "bulls--t."
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- Release Date:December 25, 1993
- Audio Format:Stereo
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