Daddy's Home 2 

Dusty (the father) and Brad (stepfather) decide to joint their efforts in making perfect Christmas for the children. The partnership which they established has to pass the test when their fathers, who are the absolute opposites, arrive to spend the holidays together. Dusty's old-school macho father versus gentle and caring father of Brad. They decide to spend the holiday in a luxury country resort what happens to an adventure full of unexpected surprises.
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Total Film
November 24, 2017 The smidge of goodwill earned by the first DH turns to coal in this festive sequel, which goes the Meet The Parents route of wheeling out more big-name elders ...
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The Mail on Sunday (UK)
November 26, 2017 If you're looking for a crowd-pleasing outing in the run-up to Christmas, you could do a lot worse than Daddy's Home 2, which sees Mel Gibson and John Lithgow joining the blended family fun for this seasonally themed sequel.
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Observer (UK)
November 26, 2017 A cynical, synthetic piece of Hollywood production line tat, which reheats the narrative leftovers of an already mediocre domestic comedy about blended families.
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November 10, 2017 ... the various subplots never really arc, feeling more like stitched-together snippets from '80s sitcoms.
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Tribune News Service
November 10, 2017 There are moments when it's deliriously silly and delightful, and others where it misses the mark. And while at times it feels like too many dads, they eventually all learn to "co-dad," in some kind of harmony.
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November 10, 2017 I found the sequel better than the original-the writing sharper, the jokes fresher and smarter, the comic interaction between the lead characters consistently engaging.
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Irish Independent
November 26, 2017 It's more of the same, and is probably funnier than the first film, but Daddy's Home 2 is the opposite of subtle and Gibson's performance is bizarre.
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November 10, 2017 A problematic comedy sequel that's almost worth sitting through for the incredible cameo in the final scene. Almost.
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November 10, 2017 Seen as a pure holiday comedy, Daddy's Home 2 works fine.
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Chicago Sun-Times
November 10, 2017 All right. This time I'm POSITIVE we're not going to see a holiday comedy this sour and cynical and profoundly unfunny for a very long time. At least that's my Christmas wish.
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Daily Express (UK)
November 26, 2017 Lithgow and Ferrell deliver a smattering of laughs, but they come with a very bitter aftertaste.
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Sunday Times (UK)
November 26, 2017 Though one of the new cast members -- John Lithgow as Ferrell's soft-hearted father -- is a big asset, severe damage is done by another: Mel Gibson as Wahlberg's macho dad. His grimacing performance as a sexist pig deadens every joke it touches.
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