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Death at a funeral 2010

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Columbus Short, James Marsden, Luke Wilson, Peter Dinklage, Regina Hall, Tracy Morgan, Zoe Saldana, Chris Rock, Danny Glover, Keith David, Martin Lawrence, Loretta Devine, Ron Glass, Kevin Hart.

When Aaron's father dies, he must organize the funeral and give the eulogy. Keeping things civil is a problem right from the start when the undertaker makes a horrifying mistake. Then his brother, Ryan wants to be in the spotlight and refuses to pay for anything. But this is nothing compared to information received from a mysterious dwarf at the funeral who exposes way too many family secrets.

DVD, anamorphic widescreen (2.40:1); Dolby Digital 5.1.

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Death at a Funeral

Death at a Funeral is a movie filled with zillions of characters, each with his orher own problems, who are all thrown together at a family funeral. Here’s just a sampling: Aaron (Chris Rock) is saddled with the burden of planning and paying for his father’s funeral while his younger brother Ryan (Martin Lawrence) gets all the admiration from family without doing anything. Elaine (Zoe Saldana) is planning on revealing to the family that she is going to marry her boyfriend Oscar (James Marsden), but accidently gives him LSD, which causes him to hallucinate and act inappropriately. Norman (Tracy Morgan) has been given the responsibility for looking after crotchety Uncle Russell (Danny Glover). And then there’s the mysterious little person who appears at the funeral, revealing something about Aaron’s father that his family never knew.

That’s just a fraction of the many plotlines that Death at a Funeral puts forward. Unfortunately, I did not find the majority of them to be funny. Watching Marsden’s trip and the chaos it caused was the only part of the movie that made me laugh; generally, the jokes were lowest common denominator. Additionally, though Rock is an excellent comedian, his serious acting left more to be desired – much of his delivery sounded like emotionless reading.

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Just wanted to let everyone know the correct image for this item can be found here: http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51OpdMaGWHL._SS400_.jpg, not the one pictured above.

The picture above actually belongs to the Death at a Funeral from 2007. The AADL listing for that movie can be found here: http://www.aadl.org/catalog/record/1307398

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