Failure to Launch details
|Starring:||Zooey Deschanel, Katheryn Winnick, Sarah Jessica Parker, Adam Alexi-Mal, Adam Alexi-Malle, Kathy Bates, Matthew McConaughey, Justin Bartha, Bradley Cooper|
|Studio:||PARAMOUNT HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
Failure to Launch
|Run time:||1 hour 32 minutes|
|Rental release:||17 Jul 2006|
By Tom Charity from LOVEFiLM
Paula (Sarah Jessica Parker) works as an interventionist and she has been hired by Trip's (Matthew McConaughey) parents to help lure him into moving out.
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GREAT FILM VERY FUNNY I LIKED IT!By david ledgerton from ENGLAND,COLCHESTER, ESSEX , 29 Jul 2006
[Highly rated reviewer]NOT A CHICK FLICK IT'S A MAN FLICK, MAKES A CHANGE FROM THE BORING GIRL FILMS MY OTHER HALF MAKES ME WATCH, GOOD FILM FROM START TO FINSH SOME LAUGH OUT LOUND MOMENTS, I THINK YOU SHOULD GIVE IT A GO.
I KNOW WHAT I LIKE AND I LIKE WHAT I SAW.
IF YOU WANT A NIGHT IN AND SOME GOOD BELLY
LAUGHS THIS IS THE ONE FOR YOU. FROM MR LEDGERTON.
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its corny but this film failed to launchBy Em1981 (133 reviews) from London , 03 Nov 2011This film was dull and i only watch 10 mins it was recommend as being funny. It wasnt. I may bit bias but no makes rom coms like the brits
Stress free family watchBy LJGW (7 reviews) , 18 Sep 2011A good to average rom com, whre the comedy, at points, was actually rather good. Bit OTT at times, Good choice for a stress free watch for all the family.
Standard chick flickBy chazzd91 (12 reviews) , 05 Sep 2011I enjoyed it. Not one of my fave chick flicks, but still good and light hearted. I wasn't expecting brilliance, as all chick flicks are pretty much the same these days.
Just okBy Clusterhead (4 reviews) from Plymouth , 31 Aug 2011Pretty weak and contrived but what else would you expect from a comdey starring Sarah Jessica-Parker and Matthew McConaughey? Meh.
Failure to launch 2006By a customer , 27 Aug 2011An average to good film. Nothing extraordinary but it was fun. A little too slapstick in places but certainly watchable