What's more interesting-- a good superhero or a villain with a heart of gold? Check out these DVDs to find out!
When I told someone that I'd seen Due Date, I was immediately asked, "Were all the funny parts in the trailer?" Which is tough for me to answer, because once I see them in the trailer, I usually don't find them funny in the movie. They're just there. So while there were certainly other jokes I remember laughing at, the parts that really stand out to me were the dramatic moments. Because while the movie is definitely a comedy, the two characters are both highly damaged individuals, and the comedy comes from how they're damaged in very different ways. If someone had told me that the guy who directed the goofy Road Trip would make another, much better road trip movie ten years later, I would have said I'd believe it when I saw it. Well, I saw it.