It was sent as a gift. The first time it said left on porch could not find it anywhere. I called customer service after an e-mail which was a total waste of time. They reshipped it but would not mark it signature required . I don't know if it made it or not.
I purchased this movie for my boys as a Christmas gift. They had been asking to see this movie for a long time. At first I was hesitant being that the trailers I had seen were showing all violence. Also all the adult reviews had said the movie was inappropriate for young children and not a cute fun loving movie like the first Cars movie. How wrong those ratings were! We all sat Christmas evening watching Cars 2, and we all LOVED it. Both my husband and I knew the ratings had to be wrong, and were probably written based off of the movie trailers only.\n\nI would definitely recommend this movie to any \"Cars\" fan.
Lugubrious, bumbling and sit-com predictable, Our Idiot Brother has a couple of good ideas, no style, an episodic structure and some charming incidental pleasures, not the least of which are the performances, which are good.
So, here's the premise: Guy falls in love with a *s e x* doll. Hilarity and baudy humor ensues. Not quite!\n\nThis movie is a love story. It is the love of a brother and his wife, trying to make sense of a troubled brother. It is about the love of a community for someone desperate for love, lonely and detached. And, it is about a small-town doctor with infinite wisdom, caring and love. This film will make you laugh, cry and think (most often simultaneously#.\n\nA wonderful movie that I can guarantee will not be a \"watch-once-and-leave-it-on-the-shelf\" kind of movie. This is a replacement for the DVD that was worn out by myself and the myriad friends who borrowed it and watched it #many, many times).