Movie Review

Movie: Failure to Launch Genre: Drama, Comedy Rated:  PG-13 for sexual content, partial nudity and language Release date: Mar 10, 2006 Wide Running Time: 1 hr. 36 min Plot: This boat broker leads a comfortable lifestyle; other people’s boats where he wines and dines his potential dates, and his parents’ home where he stays free of charge.

Movie: Failure to Launch

Genre: Drama, Comedy

Rated:  PG-13 for sexual content, partial nudity and language

Release date: Mar 10, 2006 Wide

Running Time: 1 hr. 36 min

Plot: This boat broker leads a comfortable lifestyle; other people’s boats where he wines and dines his potential dates, and his parents’ home where he stays free of charge. Tripp is definitely contented with his lifestyle, and seems to be in no rush to change. His friends still live with their parents and they too see nothing wrong with it.  But then, his parents decide they have had enough of him, and at 35 years of age, they think he has overstayed his time in their home. They enlist the services of a gorgeous girl to get him out of their house.

Verdict: The storyline is great, but does not match up to expectations. The supporting cast actually pulls off a better performance than the main actors. But still, it is something to watch when you have nothing better to watch.

Cast: Matthew McConaughey,Sarah Jessica Parker,Zooey Deschanel,Justin Bartha,Bradley Cooper,Terry Bradshaw

Director: Tom Dey

Writer:  Tom J. Astle, Matt Ember

Distributor: Paramount Pictures

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