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Due Date / Date Prévue (Bilingual) [Blu-ray]

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4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
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Due Date / Date Prévue (Bilingual) [Blu-ray] + The Hangover: Part II (Bilingual) [Blu-ray + DVD] + The Hangover: Unrated Special Edition / L'Endemain de veille : Édition spéciale (Bilingual) [Blu-ray]
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Due Date is such a broad comedy, it needs the width of the whole United States in which to play out. Director Todd Phillips (The Hangover) lets the gross-out comedic charms of his frequent star Zach Galifianakis run wild, which is exactly what Galifianakis fans want. And Robert Downey Jr. reminds viewers of his appealing straight-man comic talents, too. Due Date is like Planes, Trains and Automobiles meets Nine Months with a little of The Odd Couple thrown in. The writing of Due Date is uneven--perhaps a result of its having had a minimum of six screenwriters working on it. And run time, at only 100 or so minutes, seems much longer. But Due Date gets its energy and charge from its two stars and from Phillips's slaphappy direction. Galifianakis plays Ethan, who's a version of every character Galifianakis has played to date--slovenly, irresponsible, and uncensored. Downey is Peter, a straitlaced new father-to-be, who through an improbable series of unfortunate events can find no other way to get across the country for the birth of his first child than to hitch a ride with Ethan. If the situation is somewhat predictable, the comedic moments are not--though by halfway though the trip, viewers may wonder if Peter will be able to resist strangling Ethan with his own scarf, or worse. The deft supporting cast includes Michelle Monaghan as Peter's wife, Jamie Foxx (in kind of a throwaway role), and Juliette Lewis, appealing and not too ditzy. Viewers who love Phillips's and Galifianakis's trademark slapstick shtick will find plenty to laugh about on this long, strange trip. --A.T. Hurley

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5.0 out of 5 stars In the Name of Iran March 15 2014
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
This a good comedy movie to watch and makes you laugh from beginning to end. Robert Downey Jr is a white collar employee and meet this struggling stand up comedian who is dealing with his problems. They were kicked out of an airplane and forced to share a car to their destination. Watch and love it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Put down your drink, and pull out the tissue Oct. 3 2013
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A movie that runs you through judt about every human emotion and half way across America. I missed this movie all together when it was released, and found it later in the filmographery of both the lead actors and bought it just because of them. No regrets, except for the carbonated beverage that went up my nose when I sipped it at an ill timed moment during the movie. If I had saw it on the big screen, I would be the person in the asile unable to breathe due to the eighth misfortunate circumstance that Zach afflicts upon Robert. (8 being a guesstimate, do not watch the movie and count:)
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5.0 out of 5 stars DUE DATE March 1 2013
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3.0 out of 5 stars Blu ray and DVD?? Dec 3 2012
By Dom
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
Lorsque l'article est affiché comme "Due Date (Blu Ray/DVD/Digital Copy Combo) [Blu-ray]" est-ce que cela veut dire que c'est supposé etre une copie DVD + une copie BLU RAY? Car je n'ai recu qu'une copie BLU RAY.
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By Tommy Sixx Morais TOP 100 REVIEWER
Due Date has been receiving quite a bit of mixed reviews since its release; it seems viewers either love it or hate it. Obviously Due Date is not The Hangover and it was never going to be, it's very different. Both movies have the same director and Galiafinakis acts in both movies but it shouldn't be seen as anything close to a sequel to The Hangover (in fact a sequel to that movie will be in theaters on May 26), it's a movie on its own. I found the unlikely pairing of Downey Jr. and Galifianakis to be a very effective one; in fact they almost complete each other by the end of the film. Both actors are so different but they go together really well and this makes for some funny situations. It seems some reviewers have a strong hate for this movie, I understand that it's not an excellent movie but it does have its moments and there are far worse movies than Due Date. I just don't get why some say it's the worst movie ever made, that's more than a bit harsh.

Architect Peter Highman (Downey Jr.) is headed home to Los Angeles to attend the birth of his first child. Ethan Tremblay (Galifianakis) is also headed to Hollywood in order to become an actor and hopefully star in Two and a Half Men . The two meet as they are about to take the same flight and Ethan manages to get them both on the no-fly list. Ethan offers Peter a ride home and Peter has seemingly no choice but to accept and must overlook his hatred of Ethan during the trip. With the two characters being almost complete opposites there is bound to be some difficulties. Some situations in the film really are over the top but it's only a movie and its part of the fun. I certainly like the road trip aspect, we get to see beautiful scenery like the Grand Canyon.
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