THE WAR WITH GRANDPA
Director: Tim Hill
Starring: Robert De Niro, Oakes Fegley, Uma Thurman, Rob Riggle, Cheech Marin, Christopher Walken, Jane Seymour, Laura Marano
Robert De Niro has done just about every kind of movie in his lengthy career. His latest, The War with Grandpa, is a family comedy which falls on the polar end of the spectrum from last year’s heavy hitters The Irishman and Joker. His character, Ed, is at that point where he shouldn’t be living by himself anymore. His daughter Sally (Uma Thurman) basically forces him to move in with her family. Oakes Fegley plays grandson Peter who is forced out of his room and into the attic when Grandpa Ed moves in. Peter is not too happy about this and declares an all-out war with his grandpa in order to get his room back. They label their conflict as “Secret warrior versus senior soldier”
Here’s my review
And don’t forget to check out my interview with Robert De Niro and the rest of the cast.
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