Dirty Grandpa (2016) Movie Reviews

Saturday, June 4, 2016

Dirty Grandpa (2016)

Dirty Grandpa (2016) Movie Reviews

Real life equation

Well to tell you the truth, I've enjoyed a lot that movie... I had a grandpa once, and I had a lot of fun with him... He was in the Us Air force, has an instructor. And most of the second world war vets, are as much as fun as Deniro script... It's a comedy, not a serious movie. But it reveal the real connection that is being build between every grand son and grand father. All of the people are easy to criticize the work of famous writer... So easy, when most of those people are not able to handle a pen for more than 10 minutes... 

For the people like me, that had or still have a chance to have a grand father. Go head even if Deniro is not the same as your's, i'm sure you will find some similar character point... Getting old, Getting wilder. And the the grand son is always ashamed... I was, and i wish i wasn't.


Know what you're getting into and you can have fun with Dirty Grandpa.

Once the credits started rolling for Dirty Grandpa, the only thing I could say was, "Oh my god." It was shocking. From beginning to end the movie is shock humor, gross-out humor, crass, offensive, childish and stupid. But you know what? I laughed a lot. I'd be lying if I said I wasn't entertained throughout most of this movie. Sure, it follows a lot of road trip movie tropes and the perfunctory fight/make-up conflict near the end, but one thing about Dirty Grandpa is that it's consistent. Dirty joke after dirty joke; some of them hit, some of them miss, but they don't stop. Some of these things I never thought I'd hear come out of Robert De Niro's mouth, but the fact that it's him saying it makes it all the more funny. People will say this is a slap in the face to his legacy, but it really isn't. The Family was. Little Fockers was. This movie knows what it is - a lewd, politically incorrect road trip comedy, and it succeeds in that regard.

What surprised me most about Dirty Grandpa is the chemistry between Zac Efron and Robert De Niro. They have a great comedic rapport that actually feels authentic, which helps the more insane scenes retain some semblance of realism (as thin as it may be). The rest of the cast is enjoyable too, especially Aubrey Plaza as the overtly slutty college girl who continuously surprised me with every grotesque statement uttered from her mouth. Oddly enough, De Niro feels right at home here. It's as if his character from Meet the Parents went off the deep end and decided to go on a spring break road trip with Zac Efron. Seriously, his character is ex-special forces and everything. Efron also proves once again that he's a comedic force to be reckoned with playing the straight corporate man put in awkward social situations.

I don't know what people were expecting from Dirty Grandpa. Look at the title, look at the trailers. Are you really surprised? It was marketed as a gross-out comedy from day one, and guess what? It's gross. It's vile; it's degrading; it's shockingly inappropriate. Is it a good movie? Not a chance in hell. But the goal of a comedy is to make the viewer laugh, and Dirty Grandpa made me laugh. Hard.

Now, if you don't like offensive humor, you should stay the hell away from this. Just know what you're getting into before seeing Dirty Grandpa and you can definitely have some fun watching it.

Raunchy comedy at its finest

So comedies are a sensitive subject to the general population and especially in this day and age, you have to watch what is said because EVERYONE is suddenly so sensitive. Well, to start this section off, I will genuinely say that if you do not appreciate vulgar R-Rated comedies, do not see this movie. On another note, I thought this movie was absolutely hilarious. Dirty Grandpa presents Robert De Niro in a way mostly never seen before. He rips out insults and jokes like he is a freshly turned 21-year-old in a 72- year-old body. Zac presents himself as a very uptight and by-the- book lawyer that has a free-spirited past that he has since lost due to the strictness of his father yet as soon as that uptight side is broken, this film is a wild ride as the two tear apart the beaches of Florida. This movie is purely a joke film, the story is forced in for the sake of film but it still works, kind of. Nonetheless, if you want to watch a very vulgar comedy and want to watch a 72-year- old like never seen before, this is the comedy to watch to start off your year. Raunchy inappropriateness at its finest.

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