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Due Date

Features

Tuesday, August 31 2010

Part Three: November 2010

Things slow down considerably in the rush to Turkey Day, including the latest from Danny Boyle, the House of Mouse, and the always formidable Harry Potter.


Reviews

Monday, February 28 2011

'Due Date's' Dark Daze

Todd Phillips' latest takes the best aspects of Planes, Trains, and Automobiles and plunges them into the depths of black comedy.


Thursday, November 4 2010

'Due Date': Life is Weird, Isn't It?

The ride in Due Date is not only the usual raucous escapade, with car crashes and run-ins with authorities, but also takes a turn toward what might be called Peter's dark side.


Blogs

Friday, November 5 2010

'Due Date': Road Rage Trip

This is a sloppy Shakespearean tragedy, full of forced sound and fury, and in the end, signifying a wasted 90 minutes of movie stock nothingness.


News

Thursday, November 4 2010

Galifianakis approaches 'Due Date' with clean feet

Developing a convincing emotional interplay between Galifianakis' self-delusional character — a skinny-jeans-wearing hipster who's mourning his father's recent death by carting his ashes cross-country in a coffee can — and Downey's father-to-be — a guy known to spit on dogs and punch children in fits of pique — would prove crucial to that effort.


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