William H. Macy,
A group of middle-aged friends decide to rev up their routine suburban lives with a freewheeling mot... read moreorcycle trip. Taking a long dreamed-of breather from their stressful jobs and family responsibilities, they can't wait to feel the freedom of the open road. When this mismatched foursome, who have grown far more used to the couch than the saddle, set out for this once-in-a-lifetime experience, they encounter a world that holds far more than they ever bargained for. The trip begins to challenge their wits and their luck, especially during a chance run-in with the Del Fuegos, a real-life biker gang who are less than amused with their novice approach. As they go looking for adventure, they soon find that they've embarked on a journey they will never forget.
. It's corny, has plot holes and it's unrealistic, but it was a very fun movie to waste 90 minutes on... Th
Reviewed 6 years days ago
. Incredibly corny though.
Reviewed 7 years days ago
Cute, a little funny, somewhat corny. It wasn't what I expected but it was still entertaining enough. I think those who know someon
Ghosts of Girlfriends Past -- the Mark S. Waters-directed fusion of A Christmas Carol with a traditi... read moreonal romantic comedy -- stars Matthew McConaughey as Connor Mead, a famous photographer and confirmed womanizer. He takes a break from his playboy lifestyle to attend his brother's wedding, where he becomes reacquainted with Jenny Perotti (Jennifer Garner), the only girl who ever captured his heart. After Connor delivers a drunken speech at the rehearsal dinner where he says that love isn't real, he's met in the bathroom by the ghost of his uncle Wayne (Michael Dogulas), a Hefner-esque horndog who taught Connor everything he knows about picking up chicks. Uncle Wayne informs Connor that, over the course of the evening, he'll be visited by three ghosts who will lead him through his romantic past, present, and future. Will Connor learn to get over himself and love the right woman, or will he remain an emotional Scrooge? ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi