By Ryan Parsons | Image property of Paramount Pictures.
The Heartbreak Kid
The thing with raunchy comedies is that critic reviews don't normally give the best indication of what to expect. Just because a film in this genre got blasted by theatrical reviews doesn't mean it isn't worth checking out.
Unfortunately, The Heartbreak Kid provides little meaningful, or funny, content during its two-hour running.
DVD Review: The Heartbreak Kid
Considering that I found the trailer and every clip for The Heartbreak Kid to be hilarious, just imagine my extreme disappointment after wrapping up the DVD. Yes, I didn't see this latest Farrelly collaboration in theaters, and therefore expected it to be a much better movie for home viewing. Not the case.
The DVD does try to sell some of its extra features, but these act as if the film is really good - which is really, really annoying.
Even with your standard deleted scenes, gag reel and commentary, this DVD will likely find the bottom of your Farrelly pile.