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Wedding Crashers' Owen Wilson and Going the Distance's Jason Sudeikis star as best friends who have both been married for a long time. They love their wives, but, like some guys, just can't help checking out every other woman who crosses their paths. Fed up with this habitual rubber-necking, their wives take a bold approach to revitalize their marriages by granting their husbands a "hall pass" -- one week of freedom to do whatever they want -- no questions asked. At first, it sounds like a debauched dream come true for the newly sprung bachelors, but they quickly discover that their expectations of the single life -- and themselves -- are completely and hilariously out of sync with reality. Produced, directed and co-written by the outrageous Farrelly Bros., this marital comedy of errors also stars Alyssa Milano , Curb Your Enthusiasm's JB Smoove, Oscar® nominee Richard Jenkins and more.
© 2011 New Line Productions, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Critics Consensus: Some filmgoers may be surprised by the Farrellys' defense of traditional domestic values in Hall Pass -- unfortunately, they'll probably also be dismayed by the absence of laughs.
The Farrelly's don't seem to have much interest in their own premise, instead wallowing in pee-pee...
June 25, 2017
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Farrellys' film about infidelity has both raunch and heart.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this "hard R" comedy is as raunchy, scatological, and irreverent as you'd expect from a Farrelly brothers movie. The plot -- two husbands (played by Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis) get a one-week reprieve from marriage and its attendant responsibilities (including fidelity) -- hints at what the movie's like. Expect full-frontal male nudity (as well as a breast-flashing scene), lots of sexual innuendoes and graphic discussions about sex acts, drinking and drug use (pot brownies), and frequent swearing (everything from "butt" to "f--k").
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- Release Date:February 25, 2011
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