Grown Ups

Synopsis: In 1978, five 12-year-olds win a CYO basketball championship. Thirty years later, they gather with their families for their coach's funeral and a weekend at a house on a lake where they used to party. By now, each is a grownup with problems and challenges: Marcus is alone and drinks too much. Rob, with three daughters he rarely sees, is always deeply in love until he turns on his next ex-wife. Eric is overweight and out of work. Kurt is a househusband, henpecked by wife and mother-in-law. Lenny is a successful Hollywood agent married to a fashion designer; their kids take privilege for granted. Can the outdoors help these grownups rediscover connections or is this chaos in the making?
Genre: Comedy
Director(s): Dennis Dugan
Production: Sony Pictures
  3 wins & 4 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
102 min


- Why, because I'm black?

Yes, that's what I thought

Ten seconds.

We're going to win.



Just do it, Lenny.

His foot was on the line.

First I want to thank the Earnshaw family

for their summer ...

and to celebrate our victory.

- The five Ferdinando.

They are dynamite.

- You're Sat, Dad.

We see here the subject of

the children to celebrate, not yours.

I want to talk about what your children

have performed this afternoon.

You played the game like

I always asked.

You gave everything you had.

When the final buzzer went off ...

we were champions.

Promise me something ...

play your life like

the match today.

So as the final buzzer

sounds of your life ...

you have no regrets.

- On the coach.

My first champions.

Stay together.

- Time to die.

I am the biggest agent in Hollywood,

and you just made me angry.

I called Brad Pitt movie for you.

Then I called Julia Roberts.

I do not care.

Yes, you dim indeed better.

Thanks, a nice July 4th.

I love you.

How you doing, guys.

Greg, Keithie?

Once the game

Slides and Ladders heard?

Best fat game.

I played it as a child.

They give you a turner.

You turn and land on a ladder ...

then climb up the ladder.

If you land on a slide ...

then you slide down.

And start again.

What then? The winner gets

a training bra?

Yes, Dad, that sounds bad.

This was the best game I

and my buddies played ...

to show a winter in the basement,

with a hot chocolate.

That would taste best now.


Its message. She washes.

Dad, we went yesterday to Spielberg

shop. They have a 150 inch TV.

Are we so alone?

- If you E.T. directs.

Beg for mercy.

- What? You're on 's cruise ship ...

and cut your heads off with a


Or you can drown them.

- I see it now.

Grandmother overboard.

Plus 200 points.

Can someone answer the phone.

Maybe some chamomile for my throat.

- Message is not the nanny.

How bad is that for a child.

Walk through the corridor itself.

You notice everyone.

- This is work related.

So I can pay for your posts.

I'm all for you guys.

- Who rang?

Sorry, no idea

Becky replied.

Thanks for the drinks.

- Rita, will you poison?

Go back messages.

I could not hear.

What is it on?

I did not mean that.

It was an accident.

It is good.

What did you do now?

I wanted to use the Navi.

What is that?

Navi in my car

a question.

The Navigation system you mean.

- Quiet.

A man called and she said you

Buzzer friend in heaven ...

and I wanted to find heaven in the Navi,

so you could visit.


Who is your friend, Dad?

Buzzer coach was someone special

Dad in his life.


Go drink some hot chocolate.

Sure you're all right?

Eric, honey, your mother.

Eric, are you okay?

Look at that crap.

What is happening?

Hi, Mom.

- Hello.

I see you there.

Is something wrong?

- I tell you later.

I cooked risotto with what you saw

Rachel Ray's summer special.

Terrible, Mom.

- It tastes like 'n run over animals.

Hear how they talk to me?

Say something.

You know that your father is working hard

this tidy house ...

and three times a day to cook food.

- Hello.

By the way ...

I brought along a pizza.

Eat your pizza it.

You broke my heart.

Apparently it's back in the time of the month.

That's bad.

Who regulates funeral?

His niece must be devastated.

Is she still hot?

I lose my temper, Marcus.

- The Juice


If I am not at the funeral, say the

From the police that Arlene was Applebees.

Thanks for calling.

I see you there.


The Coach is dead.

Friday is his funeral.

I can not do alone.

Will you come with me?

Of course, I put my catheter operation.

You're my special lady.

Now I bring you to show a world of



Guys, behave normally.

- What's wrong with 'n sunglasses?

I do not want anyone appeals to me as ...

- Hollywood!

Look, Kurt McKenzie.

The entire McKenzie clan.

My wife is over there.

Go say hello.

That ass is still growing.

There's one in Cardesi.

You turned into a Michael Vick thing.

Hi, Roxanne, do you remember me?

I was at your wedding and danced

constantly on the table. Deanne McKenzie.

Of course.

Good to see you.

You radiate so. You look so

beautiful with your pregnancy.

What are you talking about?

I smile there with me.

You had to see your face ...

Little Lenny Feder.

- I'm not the only grown.

Look at this piece.

And so much success.

Give mommy a kiss.

Where is the cheek.


Almost in my eye, but it is.

Is your son a houseman now?

My daughter broke her work

to pay taxes ...

stupid home while cleaning.

So that you can talk about me,

when you look as ...

Idi Amin with a propeller on your head.

That's sweet.

- This is my mother.

Hello, Mama ronzoni,


I'm Little Lenny's wife.

What a nice piece you got there, Lenny.

They taste good.

That I would think.

Did you turn off your phone?

Yes, but I have massage therapy.

- What? No cell phones.

If not, then I'm gone.

- Dickie.

Who is ready for the funeral.

Sorry, death makes me weird.

How you doing, McKenzie?

You have soft hands.

You still use Palmolive?

How are you, Lenny.

You would go to the gym?

What do you mean?

- You're fat.

No. I wish you always

proposals to the Olsen twins.

We keep our heads down.

Those are your children?

And that girl? Still no nanny?

No, a friend from China.

I'm on that web site.

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Adam Sandler

Adam Richard Sandler is an American comedian, actor, and filmmaker. He was a cast member on Saturday Night Live from 1990 to 1995, before going on to star in many Hollywood films, which have combined to earn more than $2 billion at the box office. more…

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