Overall Rank: 31964
Average Rating: 1.7/4
# of Ratings: 44
Theatrical Release Date: 11/25/2009
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 03/09/2010
MPAA Rating: PG
Director: Walt Becker
Actors: Lori Loughlin, John Travolta, Robin Williams, Seth Green, Bernie Mac, Matt Dillon
Plot: Two men - a life-long bachelor and a divorcee, find their lives interrupted by the arrival of two six-year-old twins. With a big business deal coming up, the two clueless new fathers must figure out how to balance their new family with work. -- Chris Kavan
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Matthew Brady - wrote on 02/22/2014
Two old men in a life-long bachelor and a divorcee, find their lives interrupted by the arrival of two six-year-old twins. With a big business deal coming up, the two clueless new fathers must figure out how to balance their new family with work. This has to be the worst comedy that I have seen in my life, the acting is awful and the jokes are stupid.
Daniel Corleone - wrote on 10/20/2011
A done premise without displaying any original ideas. Wasted talents appear in this not so good comedy coupled with unbelievable scenes (jet pack, leaving work, etc.). Old Dogs doesn't even show good morals because of its flawed characters. Could have been way better in so many aspects, starting with the screenplay.
LeeAnn M. - wrote on 06/26/2010
I could not believe this was a Disney film, as it addresses divorce, one night stands, prison time for destruction, and blowing off work to get drunk in a karaoke bar. This movie did not have direction from either the plot or diologue. The whole movie felt ad-libbed, and I expected more from Williams and Travolta.
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nyp09 - wrote on 03/06/2010
It is extremely hard to review a film that can only be described as a “nothing” film, which is exactly what “Old Dogs” is. It is predictable, silly and has no depth at all. Outgoing bachelor Charlie (John Travolta) and conservative Dan (Robin Williams) have been best friends for over 30 years and work together for a sports marketing firm. Just as they are about to close a life-changing deal when Dan old flame, Vicki (Kelly Preston) reappears and surprises him by bringing his twin son and daughter which he did not know about. Dan and Charlie look after the children while their mother is in jail, which, of course, causes much mayhem.
There are no surprises in “Old Dogs”. Everything which you think is going to happen does and it is extremely cliché. There are definitely some …
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