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Current Rating: 2.72

Current Rating: 2.72

based on 223 votes and 42 reviews

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  • I loved the movie. My friend suggested that I watch it because it related to us!
  • Everyone has been in situation... Maybe not in marriage but, when dating a crazy girl!!! The movie was hype for it's relatability, if you're Pops is like mine. But!!!! Don't stop watching the movie until the very last minute, because for every playa out there the final act is vindication at it's sweetest!!!!
  • first 20 minutes were a riot, after that it's liek the writers went into rehab.. probably one of th eowrt stiller movies to date.
  • Oh man, was this funny! An absolute gem!
  • it was ok but better to wait for DVDand rent it.
  • I thought this movie was good, it was funny in that it showed that you really have to get to know someone before you get married and even then things may not alwasy be what you expect. I liked it, it wasnt the best comedy of the year but it was entertaining enough. It would have been a good rental.
  • This movie sucked.
  • i love ben stiller, but even that was not enough to make me recommend this poor plotted, cheap humour, vilely suggestive film...what was he thinking?
  • the first half was funny but after that it was lame and the jokes were repetitive. my boyfriend like it so its a bit more of a guy movie. as a girl, i thought it showed the patheticness of guys and how they are never satisfied with something good.
  • If you have a choice between watching this film or staring into a blank wall, choose the later.

The Heartbreak Kid

Genre:  Comedy | Running Time:  115 min.
Release date:  October 5, 2007 | On DVD/VOD:  December 21, 2007

Current rating: Rating: 2.72
based on 223 votes and 42 reviews
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Cast: Ben Stiller, Michelle Monaghan, Malin Akerman, Jerry Stiller, Rob Corddry, Carlos Mencia, Scott Wilson, Danny McBride, Polly Holliday, Eva Longoria