Overall Rank: 9395
Average Rating: 2.4/4
# of Ratings: 78
Theatrical Release Date: 04/16/2010
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 08/10/2010
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Neil LaBute
Actors: Zoe Saldana, Luke Wilson, James Marsden, Danny Glover, Martin Lawrence, Chris Rock
Plot: A funeral for a family patriarch turns to chaos when secrets are exposed, drugs are consumed and bodies are hidden, -- Chris Kavan
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Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 07/09/2019
Yeah it's a bad comedy, but if you watch the original "Death at a Funeral," you'll see the bar was not set that high.
dukeakasmudge - wrote on 08/17/2011
Sooooooo NOT funny & a waste of time.The movie poster says "This Is 1 Sad Family" & Im sad that I sat through the whole thing
SIngli6 - wrote on 06/23/2011
Just to give you an idea of how astonishingly awful this film is, when I finished viewing it I considered the British original to be a comic masterpiece... and I hated the original! There is nothing even mildly amusing about this scatological sacrilege; one committed against even the conceit of originality. Avoid at all costs!
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Daniel Corleone - wrote on 12/21/2012
"Death is everywhere." Had a few laughable scenes such as Oscar in the rest room, Aaron discovering his dad's secret and the Sponge-Bob remark. Was surprisingly impressed with the screenplay with lines from Derek "You only live once." Ryan "Don't you try laughing, enjoying life." Elaine "This is my life." and Aaron "But hey, life is complicated. We do our best." On the negative side, aside from the toilet/childish humor and cheesy moments, the character of Norman was plain irritating from the beginning. Unfortunately, some characters felt cartoonish and just plain idiotic. Too bad the film head popular skilled artists. Soundtrack and direction was fair. Death at a Funeral is worth viewing because of some funny scenes and importance of life.
MovieAddict - wrote on 04/25/2012
This film is a remake of a British film with the same name. And, if you liked the British Film, then you will like this one, because it is practically a scene for scene remake. The story, and for the most part, the script is the same. Chris Rock, Tracy Morgan, Martin Lawrence, make a great comedy team and Danny Glover steals the movie as the cantankerous uncle while Peter Dinklage reprises his role from the original as "mysterious stranger."
Synopsis: Aaron (Chris Rock) is a well-mannered and hard working young man, married to Michelle (Regina Hall). When his father dies, it is up to Aaron, the oldest son, to organize the funeral and give the eulogy although some people, such as Aaron's uncle Russell (Danny Glover), think Aaron's younger brother, Ryan (Martin Lawrence), who is a …
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