Hall Pass

Hall Pass

DVD - 2011
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A married man is granted the opportunity to have an affair by his wife. Joined in the fun by his best pal, things get a little out of control when both wives start engaging in extramarital activities as well.
Branch Call Number: DVD FIC HALL
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (114 min.) : digital, sound, color ; 12 cm


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Sep 01, 2019

Mediocre to less than mediocre rom com about getting a week off from marriage. I think Jason Bateman should have been in this film, it would have done better.

Mar 26, 2018

GOOD 2011 Farrelly brothers film; whack contemporary adult comedy with LOTS of extreme language - and some unusual explicit screen shots.

Beagle0217 Oct 28, 2013

Funny movie. If you are lookin' for some moral or meaning of life YENTL crap, this is not the movie. It is not supposed to give you answers to the reality of life. It is not for kids. Parents, don't get mad at the movie because your kids have some sense of entitlement that they should be allowed to watch everything under the sun. YOU need to lay down and be parents NOT chums to your kids. Adult humor, adult themes. Don't be so uptight.

Jul 10, 2013

I only watched this movie because I’m a Jason Sudeikis fan. I wasn’t expecting much from it & chose it as I hoped it maybe a light hearted movie that I could play and listen to while I was doing some hand-quilting. I ended up enjoying the film far more than I thought I would. For those looking for a romantic comedy, it is unlikely that this will fit the bill; however, as well as having some good comedic moments, it also gives the audience a to consider & challenges you to be open minded to alternative solutions to life’s problems.

Mar 02, 2013

Not good.

howardpoole Feb 19, 2012

This one was a fence sitter- neither loved nor hated. It wasnt laugh out loud- but I did smile a couple of times. It was a good concept, but with time permitting, should have had more zainy possibilities of things to do.

dollfacecrafter Jan 10, 2012

I can usually find some redeeming quality about most movies, even the bad ones, but this movie is just plain pathetic! it is a terrible story, terrible acting, just plain awful, I never laughed once. it was so cliched with the token fat friend and black friend and lame, lame jokes...........the only slightly amusing thing was when they went to Applebees to "pick up chicks" so ridiculous.

lasertravis Dec 29, 2011

Pretty Funny. The romantic portion sort of detracted from my enjoyment, but the movie was still funny. I didn't like how it portrayed married men as practically incapable of getting laid or having game. The funny parts are pretty darn funny and the sappy parts are a minor annoyance. All in all worth watching just for some of the dialogue/humor.

KittyMoonshine Nov 14, 2011

Not even worth seeing it on DVD. A ridiculous premise, an even more ridiculous execution. I laughed maybe twice during the entire film and that was not for the jokes, but because I could not believe I was watching this film.

brendancarlson Oct 31, 2011

Without getting graphic, plenty of 'toilet humor' is what you're getting with this movie. I'm sure the average 12 year old will love it, I couldn't wait for it to end.

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Mar 14, 2012

lindonspence thinks this title is suitable for 14 years and over

Jan 15, 2012

Aydi thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and under


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Sep 01, 2019

Other: Full frontal male nudity


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Sep 01, 2019

Coakley: [to Fred] Where're you going? You found your dream girl, now take her back to the hotel and... take care of business!

Fred: We don't have a lot in common, I can't even talk to her!

Coakley: Talk to her? Fred, what do you want? A pen-pal, or a poon-pal?

Fred: I only got one shot at this, okay? I think I can do better!

Coakley: Every loser in Vegas thinks they can do better! You know what winners do? They walk away from the table while they're up!


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