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  • Actors: Owen Wilson, Jason Sudeikis, Jenna Fischer, Richard Jenkins, Christina Applegate
  • Directors: Peter Farrelly, Bobby Farrelly
  • Writers: Peter Farrelly, Bobby Farrelly, Pete Jones, Kevin Barnett
  • Producers: Bobby Farrelly
  • Format: NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English, French
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Canadian Home Video Rating : Ages 14 and over
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Warner Bros. Home Video
  • Release Date: June 14 2011
  • Run Time: 518 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004ZJ9VX4
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #23,756 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Hall Pass (BD)


Anyone familiar with the work of writer-directors Bobby and Peter Farrelly, especially There's Something About Mary, will be neither surprised nor shocked by the raunchy, gross-out gags that permeate Hall Pass. But what Farrelly fans might not expect is what comes at the other end of the spectrum--namely, a tender, even sentimental point of view in which marriage is sanctified and even a couple of delusional doofuses end up on the right side of righteousness. Buddies Rick (Owen Wilson) and Fred (Jason Sudeikis) have attractive, loving wives (Maggie and Grace, played by Jenna Fischer and Christina Applegate, respectively) and, in Rick's case, a couple of cute kids. But boys will be boys, and after catching their husbands eyeing other women's butts, making rude remarks in front of friends, and so on, the ladies decide to offer them "hall passes"--an entire week during which they can pretend they're not married and do whatever they want, no questions asked, while the wives head for Cape Cod. Rick, for one, is nonplussed; here is a decent guy who refuses to buy beer for his underage babysitter (not to mention resisting her flirtatious come-ons) and generally tries to do the right thing, and he suspects there's more than meets the ear to Maggie's offer (Fred, on the other hand, expects to spend the week scoring young hotties with lines like "You must be from Ireland, 'cos when I look at you my penis is Dublin"). But while Maggie and Grace find themselves courted by some studly minor-league baseball dudes, Rick and Fred mostly just strike out. Their shenanigans are accompanied by a parade of typically sophomoric Farrelly gags: penis jokes (and a couple of real penises), masturbation jokes, scatological jokes, "I'm so stoned" marijuana jokes, and sexual terms (like "eye banging" and "fake chow") that can't be explained on a family website. Some of this is funny, most merely dumb; some viewers will think the humor goes too far, others not far enough. But the overriding impression is that a decade or more past their biggest hits, the Farrellys, who are now in their 50s, have grown up--at least a little. --Sam Graham

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By FLOWER on July 25 2014
Format: DVD
crazy time in the front of tv
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Byron Freeman on Jan. 1 2014
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By koolz03 on May 27 2012
Format: Blu-ray
I didn't dislike this movie as much as I thought I would in the beginning. It made me laugh more than a few times and had some great little bits. I was expecting the graphic nudity and language and wasn't phased by it and just went along with it all. Overall, it was lackluster and good to watch if you have nothing else to do.
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful By luckycanucky777777 on Nov. 13 2012
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what a crap movie. plot sucks and the acting is just what you would expect from a guy with a broken nose.
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34 of 39 people found the following review helpful
Comparison: Theatrical vs. Enlarged Edition June 14 2011
By C. Powell - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
The movie itself, you can judge.. It has its moments, but is no Me, Myself, and Irene IMO...

There is an extended cut of the film (Enlarged Edition) which runs approx 6 minutes longer and has an additional 8 scenes. Sadly, other than one in particular.. the scenes are nothing too special nor do they change the film drastically. The movie is a mixture of comedy and seriousness (more towards the end). Sometimes the serious scenes outweigh the funny ones..

The additional scenes that are added in the extended version are listed below:

1) 30 min. Day One: The guys pick up Gary from the house. Apparently, his wife doesn't know about their plans because he climbs out of the first floor window. He suddenly falls down and limps the rest of the way to the car..

2) 43 min. Day Three: Rick and Fred finally start to put some effort in their pick-up attempts and are standing in front of a hip club. At first, the doorman doesn't want to let them in, however, they bribe him with 50 dollars. Still, he thinks that he might lose his job if he lets them go inside. The camera then cuts to Rick, Fred, and the doorman (who just lost his job) as they all eat a hot dog. =)

3) 47 min. Day Five: Rick has lunch and leaves a message on his wife's voicemail inbox. He says that he misses her and the kids. Then, the waitress brings him a free dessert made by the cookee. Rick looks around for her but suddenly, the cookee says that the dessert was meant for the other blond guy the cookee apparently has the hots for. Rick looks sad.
Cut to the office. Rick tries some online dating but again doesn't really succeed. Fred thinks that it's not the best idea to use a photo that shows Rick with his wife and family. Suddenly, Fred comes up with an idea that is to backfire later on. Apparently, they can't make strange women like them enough to sleep with them, so they should try to hit on women they already know.
Subsequently he visits one of his old friends - Missy - and brings her some Greek food to break the ice; he does that because he rememered that her last name had a Greek origin. Too bad that it was her ex-husband's name. Fred explains her how his vacation week from his marraige works and hopes to be able to sleep with Missy. However, she's not really satisfied with his clumsy hit on and slams the door in front of him. Fred is frustrated and doesn't understand why she did this. Not too funny..

4) 67 min. Day 6: Rick tries to impress Leigh (the hot blonde from the coffee shop) in the club by putting a huge snake around his neck. After a quick cut we see that this wasn't the best idea. This is the funniest additional scene, hands down..

5) 68 min. Day 6: Rick dances on the bar without wearing a shirt. In the extended version he also breaks a glass.

6) 69 min. Day 6: Rick's bill in the Club adds up to 1400 dollars because the drinks are unbelievably expensive. He tries to skip out on the tab but doesn't succeed.

7) 69 min. Day 6: Rick shouts to the bartender that he shouldn't dare to put a tip on their bill.

8) 69 min. Day 6: During the scene transition the theatrical version instead shows the women's motel.

All and all, nothing too much added that makes me want to just buy the combo pack with extended version..If you end up with just the theatrical version, I'd say your just fine and are not missing much. Hope it's been helpful..Enjoy

53 of 67 people found the following review helpful
I laughed and laughed Feb. 28 2011
By MELISSA FRIEHAUF - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This movie was HILARIOUS!!!! You don't watch a movie like this thinking you're going to be mentally moved or enlightened, you watch a movie like this to be entertained. I was very entertained!!! However, if you aren't comfortable with the human anatomy and don't find jokes that are crass funny, this is not the movie for you. This movie was everything I wanted it to be and more!! I haven't watched a movie that's made me laugh as hard as I did while watching this movie in a looooong time (would I watch it with my parents? NO WAY!!!)
18 of 24 people found the following review helpful
If I ever direct or star in a movie, I want this movie's trailer guy June 21 2011
By Mark T. Brody - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This movie's trailer was amazing. Whoever put together the trailer for this movie should be given an Academy Award for SOMETHING. The guy managed to make a completely average movie look amazing in the trailer. It reminds me of Entourage and Medellin.

As a result of the trailer, I went into this movie expecting a lot more than I got. Yes, it had some funny moments. Yes, I did laugh out loud a few times. But it really wasn't more than an average movie. Perhaps my review would have been a bit different if I went into the movie blindly, just having caught it on TV randomly or something.

With that said, the Austalian girl in the movie who played the Barista in the coffee shop is SMOKING HOT, and I honestly might watch the movie again just to see her topless!

Owen Wilson is a really fun guy and I love his personality. Every time I see him now, I think, why did this guy try to kill himself a few years back? If he wasn't in this movie, it would have been horrible. Jason Sudeikis, I didn't care for much in this role.
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Very entertaining March 18 2011
By David Santos - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Some people complained about the male genitalia being shown, but it was part of a joke, a disgusting joke, but still women have to see topless girls in almost every film this is our turn to take one for the team. All in all the movie is funny. I'd recommend watching it atleast once. Ending is pretty hilarious and Alexandra Daddario needs more roles, she is stunning.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
"Men who don't understand women fall into two groups: Bachelors and Husbands" - Jacques Languirand Feb. 22 2012
By Cheryl Stout - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
I tend to have a warped sense of humor. When I saw the trailers for "Hall Pass" it didn't really strike me as a movie I would enjoy. But my youngest son (he's over 21 - I write that because I do believe this should be a movie for the over-18 crowd) called me and recommended this movie - thought I'd enjoy the humor - and I decided to give it a try.

I'm glad I did. It definitely had some ROFL moments in it. Was the whole thing hilarious? No. Did it stay funny enough to keep my interest? Yes. There were some truly memorable moments - Jason Sudeikis in his van and the looks on the two cops' faces; the jealous male barista especially at the end of the movie; the spa scene with Owen Wilson; and more.

It was great watching these over-the-hill guys trying to relive their glory moments from high school. And there were actually some thought-provoking moments, too, so it wasn't all fluff. I enjoyed the movie for what it was - raunchy comedy that's not going to win an Oscar. If you enjoyed this movie and might enjoy something even raunchier, try I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell (Unrated & Unapologetic). But be warned that IT definitely is adult fare.