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Plot: Stepdad, Brad Whitaker, is a radio host trying to get his stepchildren to love him and call him Dad. But his plans turn upside down when the biological father, Dusty Mayron, returns.
Runtime: 96 mins Release Date: 25 Dec 2015
Hilarious!!!! Critics, stop pushing this into the ground!!!!!! (by trooper5783)
I saw Daddy's Home in a packed theater at an afternoon screening and I personally think this movie's very funny in a lot of places. I found myself laughing out loud throughout the entire movie, and the rest of the audience agrees with me. There were times where the people in the theater were laughing so loudly and heartily that the next lines of dialogue were nearly inaudible! Everyone loved it so much, they clapped their hands at the end of the film, so critics, know what a great comedy is. The characters Griff and the boss played by Thomas Haden Church were particularly hysterical. <more>
The movie also has a few heartwarming moments to add to a really funny script. The trailers and TV ads didn't show all of the belly laughs for a change!! Great soundtrack to add to that. Daddy's Home is a hilarious gem and it's definitely worth going to watch in the theater!!!! Don't believe the critics that gave this a negative review who just select little nitpicks and enlarge them to an extent so that they can get a paycheck- go watch this!!
Fun and very funny movie. One of,if not the best comedy of the year based on the amount of laugh out loud moments. No filler, Very well paced and never a dull moment. Laughs were frequent and often throughout the entire running time. If you like the premise of the trailer and found it funny then the film totally delivers on it. The audience around me were laughing throughout too and it was a packed screening. I can't understand why the critics have given it such poor reviews, worse than the majority of the other comedies reviewed this year or before. Maybe they want you to go and see that <more>
boring below average Star Wars movie that's dominating film news and screens at multiplexes right now. If you want to be entertained, have fun and leave the cinema totally satisfied then i would thoroughly recommend Daddy's Home over the blandbuster Star Wars The Force Awakens anyday.If you thought The Other Guys was funny then you will not be disappointed with Daddy's Home...you may even laugh more in this one. And its way more funnier and pacier than Get Hard.For an example of my taste: The stand out comedies of this year that i laughed a lot in were... SPY. The Wedding Ringer. Vacation. The Lobster.3 Fun movies i'd recommend from this year are... Scouts Guide To The Zombie Apocalypse. American Ultra. The Duff
"Daddy's Home" was a very enjoyable movie to watch! The mix of polar opposites Will Ferrell and Mark Walhberg was almost perfect. Ferrell plays the wimpy, goody two-shoes husband who is desperately trying to keep his wife and step-kids together as a family. Wahlberg plays the charismatic and tough guy ex-husband/biological father looking to win back his family at almost any cost. The beautiful Linda Cardellini plays Sara the wife/ex-wife who is caught in the hilarious tug of war between her two suitors. While the plot is somewhat predictable, the humor is fresh and so very <more>
enjoyable! If you're looking for an hour and a half of laughs, look no further and go see this enjoyable movie. However, you might want to leave the younger kids at home for this one because of sexual innuendo and language.
DADDY'S HOME was such a pleasant surprise to me, I was just expecting your usual Will Ferrell type comedy where he'd be yelling and screaming on and on and on and we the audience are supposed to just take it and find it hysterical somehow, but nope, DADDY'S HOME is actually funny from start to finish! I couldn't stop laughing.Co-written and directed by Sean Anders, Will Ferrell plays a mild mannered executive at a Jazz radio station. His character, Brad Whitaker, is a husband material, financially stable, responsible, but a bit too by the book. He's married to Sara Linda <more>
Cardellini who has two kids from previous marriage to Dusty Mayron Mark Wahlberg . Now, Dusty is everything Brad is not, he's Brad's complete opposite, a renegade, cool, he's got that bad boy look and not to mention super-buffed as hell, let's just say that ladies get their panties wet at the first sight of Dusty. Ever since he could remember, Brad has always wanted to be a dad and it's tough being a step-dad because the kids would often pull that old fashioned "you're not my dad" card, but Brad plows through, he believes in his book methods, and he finally connects with them, seems like a happy ending, until Dusty comes back into the kids' picture. He's the cool dad by a long shot, and ya know how it is, cool beats ordinary every time, or does it? That's when this dad vs. step dad begins. It takes him a while but Brad finally learns of Dusty's sabotage, and the battle is on.Here are some of the reasons why I think this movie works comedically, as I said earlier it's finally a movie where Will Ferrell doesn't just yell and scream loudly for long periods of time for no reason. Next to "Anchorman," DADDY'S HOME is a movie that actually showcases Will Ferrell for the funnyman he really is. Another point is that Dusty's sabotage is done in this very clever way that even in Dusty's or Brad's most ridiculous attempts, you'll find yourself rooting for both because you see the good qualities that each one has despite Brad's dorkiness and Dusty's insecurity. The comedy serves the characters, not the other way around, that's ultimately what makes DADDY'S HOME effective. And ladies, if you've been a fan of Mark Wahlberg's all your life, baby you're about to love him more, if there's ever a movie that really accentuates Marky Mark in all his glory, DADDY'S HOME is it. The man even gets to practically work out half-naked in front of you! DADDY'S HOME is slapstick physical type family comedy but it also shows how difficult it is for parents to win the affection of their kids at times. Families come in different shapes, sizes, and forms these days, but you can make it work. Equally hilarious scene-stealing supporting performances by Thomas Haden Church and Bobby Cannavale, DADDY'S HOME is funny and heartwarming.
I don't usually laugh out loud in a movie theater but I had at least 4 or 5 big ones here. I think Will Ferrell can be great in the right spot, but certainly not all of his movies have been entertaining, same for Wahlberg. They play off each other very well in a very intelligent comedy, Will is the touchy feely warm step dad and Wahlberg the macho irresponsible bio dad. The movie plays out very smartly and, unlike a lot of other recent movies, doesn't run too long. The other characters are well played, including Will's wife, and the final wrap is excellent. I have nothing more to <more>
say but the website requires 10 lines. An unashamed 9 of 10.
One of the funniest films I have ever seen! Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg team up as dads who hate each other. I think Mark Wahlberg really shone in this movie, as the cool, and sexy dad who had just got out of prison. While Will Ferrell plays his same old character of the guy who always gets pushed around by the male dominant, which in this case is Wahlberg. Will Ferrell always plays these roles, but he does play them perfectly in my opinion. This follow up from Wahlberg and Ferrels previous film 'the other guys' was some what just as funny if not better. Director Adam McKay <more>
probably would have done this film if he was not busy with the financial Crisis film 'the big short' I thought this film was epic. I can't remember the last time I laughed so much in the cinema. If you haven't seen this, and you like that silly sort of comedy, then this might just be the movie for you.
Everybody loves a good laugh, but what makes us burst out into shrieks of delight is purely in the eye of the beholder. Some people still find Adam Sandler funny and relevant while others find the rebooted canned laughter of early eighties slapstick comedy the right fit for their sense of humour. It is all about taste and what one actually finds amusing. I find Will Ferrell amusing and when he teams up with Marky Mark Wahlberg, then what you have are a couple of "goofs" that can actually make people laugh. They are opposite in every way and because of this extreme difference, their <more>
personalities just seem to gel.Director, Sean Anders We're the Miller's has reunited Ferrell and Wahlberg for the first time since their maiden outing together in the goofed up comedy, 'The Other Guys'. Surprisingly, that film worked with a collection of the most bizarre casting coming together to produce a funny cinematic experience. 'Daddy's Home has created a similar feeling with plenty of riotous events that will leave you with no other choice but to laugh out loud before choking on a mouthful of popcorn. Brian Burns screenplay is nothing spectacular but it doesn't have to be as Ferrell revels in the moment, delivering his trademark idiosyncratic 'fruitcake' performance. The funny man is constantly on the receiving end of Wahlberg's macho act but it sets the tone for some memorable events. Ferrell's films are predictable but he does them so well that the fans keep coming back for more. Marky Mark is proving versatile and isn't afraid of fabricating his own style. He is comfortable in allowing Ferrell to take the lead and then with all the smoothness of a newborn babies bum, slides into his role, bouncing off the comedic turn of big Willy's antics.As the title refers, 'Daddy's Home' is primarily about fatherhood. Ferrell is the Step-dad, Brad Whitaker, who has longed to be a dad but because of an unfortunate incident, can no longer father his own. He gets his opportunity when he marries Sara Linda Cardellini , a sheer beauty who has two children from a previous relationship. Ferrell's dopey, almost juvenile approach to his two step-children fuels the laughs from the very beginning. He is a man that loves his role and even in the face of adversity he enthusiastically launches himself into the children's lives. Brad's world is threatened when the irresponsible biological father makes a visit. Dusty Mayron Mark Wahlberg is everything Brad is not. In a simple word, the man is cool. He is popular with everybody and can do pretty much anything.What follows is a riotous narrative of Step-dad versus dad as both Brad and Dusty go to great lengths to out do each other for the admiration of their children. There are some truly gut busting moments and throw in the dry humour of Thomas Haden Church as Leo Holt, adds flavour to an already delicious pie. A real standout are the well timed comments of Hannibal Buress whose presence is hard to ignore. His character, Griff, is likable from the very first appearance. Griff's relationship with both Brad and Dusty are priceless and commands the audiences attention whenever he is on the screen.'Daddy's Home' does exactly what it was supposed to do and that was to make people laugh. Director, Sean Anders has delivered a thoroughly amusing film that allows its cast especially Ferrell to do their stuff. Relax and enjoy it. You will be rewarded.
Get your father to leave daddy's home and take him to see "Daddy's Home"! (by dave-mcclain)
"Modern Family" has been showing it to us on our TV screens since 2009. On the big screen, "Mrs. Doubtfire" talked about it back in 1993: "Some parents, when they're angry, they get along much better when they don't live together. They don't fight all the time, and they can become better people, and much better mummies and daddies for you. There are all sorts of different families." The Best Picture Oscar winner "Kramer vs. Kramer" dramatized it back in 1979, along with numerous other TV shows and movies before and since. These entertainment <more>
products reflect today's society and help people deal with the stresses and heartbreak of divorce and the formation of new and even unconventional families. Often, TV shows and movies do these things with humor, as in the film "Daddy's Home" PG-13, 1:36 .Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg previously seen together in 2010's "The Other Guys" star as Brad Whitaker and Dustin Mayron, two dads vying for the affections and loyalties of young brother and sister, Dylan and Megan Owen Vaccaro and Scarlett Estevez . Dustin was the proverbial bad boy who was exciting for Sara Linda Cardellini to date. After marrying her and giving her two beautiful children, the same qualities which initially made him appealing, made him impossible to live with and the couple split. Enter Brad, a sensitive man who can't have children, but who has a tremendous paternal instinct. He marries Sara and is a great husband and father – at least, to the extent that the kids allow. Still attached to their absentee bio-dad, the kids make Brad work for every ounce of grudging acceptance.When Dustin unexpectedly calls the Whitaker home and announces that he's flying to New Orleans for a visit, Brad happily picks up Dustin from the airport. Brad's a bit intimidated by Dustin's machismo, but remains confident in his own lovingly and patiently-cultivated position of step-dad. Just starting to make emotional inroads with Dylan and Megan, Brad is thrown off his game by Dustin's "fun dad" persona – and passive-aggressive efforts to make Dustin look less. Along the way, Brad gets "advice" in the form of humorously self-aggrandizing stories from his boss Thomas Haden Church and medical help in trying to expand his family from a famous fertility doctor Bobby Cannavale , while having to deal with a handyman Hannibal Buress whom Dustin invites to move in and who thinks that Brad's a racist. As Brad and Dustin escalate their competition, each deals with some of his efforts hilariously backfiring. It's going to take a lot of grit, determination and cunning for either Brad or Dustin to win this "dad off"."Daddy's Home" is a very funny and well-constructed comedy with a lot of heart. The movie's jokes and sight-gags range from sweet to predictably crude, are often clever and sometimes laugh-out-loud funny. Ferrell and Wahlberg are in top form. Ferrell's over-the-top patient understanding and affection-winning efforts make us root for him until we're not so sure. Wahlberg's oblique persona and shifting tactics keep us guessing. The cumulative result is a back-and-forth battle whose outcome may be predictable, but still entertains us with the method to its madness. My advice? As soon as daddy's home, get him to leave daddy's home and take him to see "Daddy's Home". He'll appreciate it. "A-"
I went into daddy's home with very low expectations,i thought it is just going to be stupid fights between will Ferrell and mark Wahlberg.but i was wrong it was a throughly enjoyable movie to watch,one of the reasons I loved the film was because of Ferrell and Wahlberg,I thought in all their scenes they worked great together.one of the reasons I was worried about seeing this movie was because like most comedies today all of the funny gags are in the trailers,but this film had so many funny scenes,which were not just for kids for example the scene in the fertility clinic that had me in <more>
stitches. I think this film got some unfair reviews and for me I would recommend this to anybody of all ages, the first comedy in a long time I was laughing all the way through .100 per cent worth a watch ,you will not be disappointed.