Review: "Me Time"
Don't expect any major life lessons or philosophical messages from this buddy movie, but it's silly fun and Hart is amusing and good-natured from start to finish. Wahlberg is also in good form in Me Time as the clueless 40-something partier who refuses to grow up. The film sneaks in some messages about valuing stay-at-home parents (in part so they don't look for validation by pressuring their kids to be perfect), and gender-swaps a familiar genre of moms letting loose. Some of the humor here is pretty crass (lots of pooping, farting, and other anatomical references). But the film has a big heart and lands some funny moments, mostly involving Hart getting hurt.
Read the full review at Common Sense Media.
Images courtesy of Netflix.