2014 "Single Dad, No Clue. Single Mom, Flying Solo."
6.5| 1h57m| PG-13| en| More Info
Released: 23 May 2014 Released
Producted By: Happy Madison Productions
Country: United States of America
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After a divorced mom and widowed dad have a disastrous blind date and part ways, they unknowingly end up having to share the same romantic suite at an African resort for families during spring break.


Comedy, Romance

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Frank Coraci

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Alicia I love this movie so much
VividSimon Simply Perfect
Baseshment I like movies that are aware of what they are selling... without [any] greater aspirations than to make people laugh and that's it.
AnhartLinkin This story has more twists and turns than a second-rate soap opera.
d.rust BLENDED showed up on late night television. I like Sandler. I like Barrymore. Their chemistry in 50 First Dates was pleasant. In this movie, not so much. Their relationship seems so strained and unbelievable.Kevin Nealon has never been a plus in movies: he is never funny. Instead of casting this loser, it would have been a better idea to put in Rob Schneider. Instead of his lines coming across insincere (which is basically EVERY. SINGLE. CHARACTER that Nealon does), Schneider would have been insane delivering that same dialogue.There is something really wrong with the sound. Maybe it was just the TV station, but during the credit card swap scene in Lauren's house, the background is literally roaring, overpowering the dialogue, birds chirping, traffic passing, wind blowing. I had to check the surround circuit to see if it was producing the phenomenon, even changing the stereo into left, right and mono with no fix. Eventually when the scene changed, the background went back to being normal. Everything seemed ok except when the story returns once again (after Africa) to a scene in her house, the background roars. It doesn't make any sense (except that the scenes were probably shot at the same time).Other than that particular problem, the movie is acceptable. I'd probably watch it again.
www_dot_tmcc What's wrong with the occasional feel- good movie? I think Adam Sandler shines when he's working with kids, and in these troubling times, I appreciate that he seems to be dedicated to making movies that have the general theme of "just have fun being a decent person." I respect him so much more now than I ever did during the SNL/Billy Madison/Happy Gilmore days.
charlesvine-75968 I had never been much of an Adam Sandler film fan. Most of his earlier films seemed sophomoric and I didn't care for them. Blended, however, is pretty well done.There appears to be an on screen chemistry between Sandler and Drew Barrymore, although she has vehemently denied it. The story line, while humorous, has a romantic appeal to it. Two people who don't like each other at all, come together at the end with the help of their children.I was especially impressed with the performance by a young Bella Thorne. I hadn't seen her before.
aiden It was an enjoyable film with fantastic concepts, and a better comedy than what you see commonly nowadays. The ridiculous and hilarious chemistry between Sandler's and Barrymore's characters was astounding; even more, Barrymore perfectly delivers the character of a troubled mother. Although the movie was fairly entertaining, it was unnecessarily inappropriate at times that almost ruins the hilarity of the situation that the two families are in. For example, the useless sexualisation of Ginger, unwanted hyper-sexuality of the elder son, and the rather crude sex-innuendo's in between scenes throughout the movie. It wasn't that they weren't funny, but that they were unnecessary considering the context and the concept of the movie. Some worth watching scenes are definitely in there: Thorne's attempt at a boyish muse (her basketball scene was a killer), amazing shots of the beautiful sceneries, the fantastic African dancer's being everyone's favourite, Barrymore's parachute trip, Nickens in general, etc. Overall, a good comedy by Frank Coraci!