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Hall Pass


Action / Comedy / Romance



A couple of married guys are always looking at other women. Their wives are fed up with their behavior, and grant them a 'hall pass': a week off their marriage allowing them to do anything. But the guys take their time and their week is almost up. What they don't realize is that at the same time their wives make connections of their own.


Bobby Farrelly


Owen Wilson
as Rick Mills
Jason Sudeikis
as Fred Searing
Jenna Fischer
as Maggie Mills
Christina Applegate
as Grace Searing
Bruce Thomas
as Rick Coleman

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by francesco-trio 8 /10

i really don't understand why so many bad reviews

I really don't understand why so many bad reviews, infact i found this movie not so bad, even a nice one funny and entertaining. of course is a light movie and nothing so special, but if you want a light comedy with several funny scenes and laughs that could be ok.

Reviewed by virindra 7 /10

Hilarious closing credits.

Now we have a quite original movie here. Funny movie and very realistic about a couple of men who are married, and their wives invent a hall pass so their men can do whatever they want for a week. For a week they are not married.

Without realizing that this is a both way street, two men are starting their week. But everything is different; they are much older than when they were at school. It is not easy to just meet a woman and take her to a motel. For women it is much easier to approach a guy.

Owen Wilson is after a woman from the coffee shop. This Nicky Whelan is a very beautiful woman. When she was on screen I did not read the subtitles. Her beauty made her accent less annoying. And yes, Owen Wilson could resist her, even when she showed him her boobs. Yeah right. That was not realistic. The funny moments were with his friend, Jason Sudeikis. This guy came from the one funny scene into the other.

I must say, hall pass is not just as funny as Dumb and dumber, but it is a funny movie. The most funny scene is at the closing credits where Stephen Merchant dreams about having a hall pass. I laughed my ass off! That was hilarious! When the makers of this movie would have made a whole movie just like this scene, they would have made the best funny movie ever. Too bad that it was only one scene. But I haven't laughed like this in a long time, thank you guys, thank you Stephen Merchant.

Positive points: Great acting,original story, Nicky Whelan, closing credits scene, funny, entertaining. Negative points: Slow start, movie was not funny all the time due to the realistic aspects in the movie of the married situation. It slowed the movie down. Dumb and dumber was all the way funny, because nothing about that movie was real.

Reviewed by donjeffries 1 /10

Yet Another Putrid "Comedy"

I must sound like a broken record, but once again this horrid film proves that Hollywood simply cannot make a decent comedy anymore. This one has the same things they all do now- tons of juvenile potty humor, gratuitous male nudity (and in a rarity, a brief topless female), and a predictable, disastrous message. The male nudity, by the way, includes a close up view of a male's penis.

As usual, the males in the film are made out to be the bad guys. Two hapless husbands, who are guilty of nothing more than ogling women here and there, are granted a "hall pass" by their wives. This idea comes from their friend, played by the odious Joy Behar, who is no actress and can barely recite her lines. The men are told that for one week, they can do whatever they want, and pretend they aren't married, while the wives take the kids out of town.

In an utterly foreseen twist, the guys turn out to not even be capable of talking to girls, let alone sleeping with them, while their wives are partying up a storm with hot younger athletes. Meanwhile, we are treated to a running gag that could have been penned by most third graders, of the guys' fat friend constantly uttering "I have to poo." In a truly artistic scene, we are treated to this man's fat bare bottom taking a dump in a sand trap on a golf course. Talk about hilarious!

Owen Wilson eventually turns down the hot 21 year old who had been his children's babysitter, her hot 40 something aunt, and the gorgeous blonde Australian chick who had been the object of his fantasies. He doesn't even get to kiss any of them. His hapless friend is similarly unlucky. Meanwhile, Christina Appelegate, as the other husband's wife, does sleep with a younger guy. Afterwards, she says "this can't happen again- I love my husband."

This is the message that has been coming out of Hollywood for some time now- a wife can have an extramarital affair, but the husband cannot, or at least if he does, the marriage is over. We saw this even in Family Guy, when Lois slept with Bill Clinton, but Peter inexplicably backed out of sleeping with his date, so the writers solved that by having Peter sleep with Bill Clinton, too. Ugh.

When the hapless other husband reunites with Christina Applegate, he gets down on his knees and apologizes. "For what?" the audience might ask. He didn't really do anything wrong. But his wife sure did. And does she admit this, or apologize herself? Nope. Guess again- she accepts his ridiculous apology with a canary-that-ate-the-kitten smile. Nice message there for everyone.

This movie was not as awful as the Judd Apatow stuff, or quite as unfunny as most of Adam Sandler's and Will Ferrell's "gems," but it is still thoroughly offensive.

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