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Daddy Daughter Trip

By Jennifer Borget, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Family comedy has slapstick violence, peril, potty humor.

Movie NR 2023 100 minutes
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In this goofy, potty-humor-filled family comedy, viewers embark on a Daddy Daughter Trip with Rob Schneider and his daughter, navigating the comical mishaps of Larry Bublé, a well-meaning but bumbling father. Larry's eccentric creations, including the peculiar hula poop, set the tone for the movie's offbeat humor. As the duo attempts a spring break beyond their means, their encounters with famous travel bloggers add another layer of randomness to the plot.

While Larry's genuine love for his daughter shines through, the film's numerous subplots often feel disjointed, leaving the audience with a sense of chaos rather than cohesion. Despite Arizona's scenic attractions featured in the backdrop, the narrative struggles to find its footing. The heavy reliance on slapstick injuries and humor might leave some viewers wincing rather than laughing, contributing to the film's overall sense of disarray.

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