Worn out your tape of the 1968 movie? Have every single episode of the TV series committed to memory? Desperate for one last fix of formulaic bickering, courtesy of neurotic neatnik Felix Unger and world-class slob
Oscar Madison? Then you're probably the audience for this last-gasp pairing of original mismatched roommates Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau, consummate professionals who shamble gamely through this mishmash of laboriously contrived situations and wisecracks about aging bladders, smelly cigars and
loud underwear. The excuse for the reunion is that Felix's daughter Hannah (Lisa Waltz) and Oscar's son Brucey (Jonathan Silverman) are getting married in San M...