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Three years after crossing paths for the first time since high school, fortysomething friends Lenny (Adam Sandler), Eric (Kevin James), Kurt (Chris Rock) and Marcus (David Spade) all live in the same Connecticut neighbourhood. The men are dealing with a variety of parenthood problems, made all the more complicated when a run-in with a group of frat boys shows them to be a bunch of big kids themselves.
Adam Sandler doesn't really make films for critics, and this unabashedly silly comedy is no exception. The comedian has teamed with director Dennis Dugan on several occasions (including Happy Gilmore and Big Daddy), and with Grown Ups becoming their biggest collaboration to date, this almost as popular sequel was somewhat inevitable. Most of the gang is back, minus Rob Schneider, while, of the newcomers, Twilight's Taylor Lautner is good value as bonehead beefcake frat boy Andy.