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This over-the-top-stupid installment in the Wimpy Kid saga lacks any of the fleeting charm of earlier films. If watching a self-centered, clueless family act wildly irresponsible is your jam, by all means go. Just remember that's 90 minutes of your life you'll never get back. 1 out of 5.Click here to read the full review
There was usually a comical, slapstick cuteness to the original Diary of a Wimpy Kid book series. The kid-like "notebooks" full of scribbled misadventures and pencil-drawn stick figures had an undeniable charm. Unfortunately, all the stuff that passed for "cute" in the Wimpy franchise's books has been squeezed out of the film series—leaving little more than an unpalatable pile of poop jokes behind. Sure, Mom and Dad could rationalize that their tykes might be amused by this pic's gross-out silliness. But trust me, the clownish antics on display here aren't admirable ones—especially when the onscreen adults lead the charge. And the obnoxious, deceptive kids are, well, obnoxious and deceptive. I suppose The Long Haul could be worse. I mean, there are pre-tween pics out there that tread even messier ground. But, frankly, that sad observation shouldn't be construed as any kind of argument to sit through this scatological pic.Click here to read the full review
Unfortunately, none of the silly antics are very funny. Nor do they ever feel authentic. Gone is the charm that occasionally glimmered in some of the earlier adventures in this franchise. And although the script does eventually attempt to redeem itself with scenes of reconciliation and teamwork, it just feels like too little, too late. So, unless you’re an avid fan of the movies, or book series by Jeff Kinney upon which the script is based, you might want to steer clear of this Heffley vacation.Click here to read the full review
It doesn't take the acumen of a Sherlock Holmes to detect that depending on such incidents for laughs is a symptom either of laziness or an impoverished imagination. Whatever their source, the prominence and frequency of these scenes prevents endorsement of this sometimes queasy sequel for viewers of all ages.Click here to read the full review
The kids in the audience, mostly fans of the book series, enjoyed it very much, but adults are likely to find it a very long haul indeed. Parents should know that this film includes slapstick comic peril and violence (no one hurt), bodily function humor, and some schoolyard language.Click here to read the full review