Call it “The Hangover from The Hangover
” or “Road Trip
to Fatherhood,” but whatever title one may bestow upon director Todd Phillips’ tired Planes, Trains and Automobiles
rehash, the last thing you’d call it is inspired. With jokes centering on a grown man punching a little kid in the stomach, a bad perm, cremated remains in a coffee can, and a yet another tired marijuana “trip” that plays to the most ignorant, uninformed presumptions about the hot-topic drug, Due Date
’s screenplay is insultingly lazy. It may have star power, but every attempt at being edgy just comes off as mean-spirited, and virtually everyone who appears on camera seems...