Rated R · 106 minutes · 2011

Hall Pass continues a string of relatively funny—if not altogether sidesplitting—films from the Farrelly brothers. Seventeen years removed from their debut (Dumb and Dumber), Peter and Bobby continue to get cheap laughs out of gross sight gags. You will groan, and you will fidget at times, but if you are among those who laughed at Kingpin and There’s Something About Mary, Hall Pass should induce some spirited guffaws. When middle-age real estate agent Rick (Owen Wilson) gets busted one too many times for misdeeds involving apparent sexual dissatisfaction, wife Maggie (Jenna Fischer) gets fed up and grants him a “hall pass.” For one week, he can do whatever he wants sexually with other women, no questions asked. Rick’s best friend, Fred (Jason Sudeikis), is granted the same gift by his wife, Grace (Christina Applegate), due to a far more salacious infraction involving his automobile, and the two head out for seven days of debauchery. With other friends observing, the party starts at Applebee’s and goes downhill from there.

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Official Site: hallpassmovie.warnerbros.com
Director: Peter Farrelly and Bobby Farrelly
Producer: Peter Farrelly, Bobby Farrelly, Bradley Thomas, Toby Emmerich, Richard Brener, Merideth Finn and Marc S. Fischer
Cast: Owen Wilson, Jason Sudeikis, Jenna Fischer, Christina Applegate, Nicky Whelan, Richard Jenkins, Stephen Merchant, Larry Campbell, Bruce Thomas, Tyler Hoechlin, Derek Waters, Alexandra Daddario, Rob Moran, Lauren Bowles, Christa Campbell, Macsen Lintz, Kristin Carey and Joy Behar


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Portland Mercury 'Til Death Do Us Fart Hall Pass has some good laughs, and that's plenty. by Ned Lannamann 02/24/2011
Boise Weekly Get a Reprieve With Hall Pass When husbands and wives are free to play for a weekend, things get interesting. by Lizzy Duffy 06/15/2011
Colorado Springs Independent Opening this week Drive Angry, Hall Pass 02/24/2011
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Creative Loafing Atlanta Hollywood Product: Hall Pass Despite its talented cast, the Farrelly brothers' gross-out comedy falls flat by Curt Holman 02/25/2011
The Coast Halifax A fail for Hall Pass The Farrelly Brothers churn out another humorless comedy. by Matt Semansky 02/24/2011
Boise Weekly The Projector: Movies opening Friday, February 25 Husbands with frightening free will, Nicholas Cage escaping from where he belongs and Dakota Fanning's younger sis taking a star turn, it's all at the movies. by James Ady 02/25/2011

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