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A business executive in his mid-20s still lives at home with his mother, who treats him like he is 10 years old. His mother decides to go to great and bizarre lengths to find her son a wife.
It's not that the movie is utterly bereft of arresting moments. It's just that each of these prominently features one of the aforementioned supporting cast and not the so-called star.
When the writer's this far off, the actors and the audience pay the price.
The film is as grating as the people who inhabit it.
Matters quickly regress into an antic romantic comedy, potentially buoyed by a strong cast but soon thwarted by a screenplay as leaden as it is predictable.
...there's certainly no understating the ineffectiveness of Heder's relentlessly (and irritatingly) over-the-top performance...
Things sadly come to a grinding halt when the schtick wears thin and starts to repeat itself.
Haphazardly conceived and clumsily executed, this aggressively quirky yet gratingly unfunny comedy appears set on the fast track to vidstore bins.
Ana Faris is the best thing in this predictable, often silly Jon Heder movie about a spoilt son trying to sabotage his mother's new relationship
The picture is merely series of loose gags stumbling into each other while Heder makes faces, Hamilton spends more time on his soundtrack selections than his storytelling, as the rest of the cast waits patiently for their paychecks to clear.
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