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Rick and Fred, two husbands who are having difficulty in their marriages, are given a Hall Pass by their wives: for one week, they can do whatever they want. It was theatrically released on February 25, 2011. This article’s plot summary may be too long or excessively detailed. They are both unhappy with their married lives and missing the old days when they were single. With their wives and children away, Fred and Rick check in at a hotel and prepare for their Hall Pass Week.
On day one, they decide to eat before going to a local bar and get too tired to spend the night there, preferring to stay at the hotel. On day two, they eat hash brownies and decide to play golf, but get too high and wreak havoc on the golf course. On day three, Rick and Fred go to a bar with their friends but fail to impress the women there. They decide to get drunk in order to become more loose, but go too far and wind up getting into a fight with other customers. They spend day four at the hotel suffering from a hangover. When Rick answers him back, Leigh is impressed and tells Rick that they might see each other at the local gym. They later meet there, and Leigh invites Rick for a beer after they work out.
21 and is with her aunt Meg. Paige is attracted to Rick, but he shoots her down to dance with Leigh. Brent, the party’s DJ, is angry at this. Meanwhile, Gerry’s coach tries to seduce Maggie, but she rebuffs him. Grace, on the other hand, has sex with Gerry, but tells him it will be just that one time. On her way back home, she feels guilty about cheating on Fred and has a car accident.
At Coakley’s house, Rick is approached by Brent, who is angry at Rick for going out with Leigh. Leigh calms Brent, then finds Rick alone in a bedroom and offers him a one-time fling. He initially wants to do it, but ultimately rebuffs her, unable to cheat on Maggie. After answering Fred’s phone, Rick learns of Grace’s accident and makes his way to the hotel to tell him. In the lobby he finds Paige, who thinks he was having sex with Meg. Upon hearing about Grace’s accident, Fred tries to go to the hospital but finds Brent vandalizing what he thought was Rick’s car. Upon seeing Meg, his mother, at the hotel, Brent thinks Fred has had sex with her and tries to kill him as well, but runs out of bullets and is tackled by Paige and Meg.
Rick and Fred make their way to the hospital with Brent and the police chasing them. At the hospital, Brent is arrested for attacking them and Fred finds out Grace only broke her nose. Rick goes back home to Maggie. He tells her he did not use the Hall Pass and remembers the time he lost his virginity to her.
She is the only woman he has ever been with. Moved by his declaration, Maggie tells him she did not use her Hall Pass either, and they reconcile and have sex for the first time in months. Fred and Grace also reconcile and decide to hide their cheating from one another. However, Fred ultimately confesses that he used his Hall Pass with Meg when Grace asks him to take her to see Kathy Griffin. During the credits, Fred hosts a barbecue where he pays Kathy Griffin to be present.
Noticing how happy Maggie and Grace are following the Hall Pass week, Gary’s wife suggests that she give him a Hall Pass. Gary agrees to “give it a whirl”. The project began as a spec script written by Pete Jones, which the Farrelly brothers purchased in September 2005, paying a “high six-figure. Principal photography began in February 2010 in Atlanta, with Christina Applegate, Alyssa Milano, Larry Campbell and Vanessa Angel as late additions to the cast. Amanda Bynes was originally set to star in the film, but was replaced by Alexandra Daddario shortly after filming began. This is the third time that Jason Sudeikis and Christina Applegate starred together in a film, the others being The Rocker and Going the Distance. 5 million in its opening weekend.
172 reviews and an average rating of 4. Critic Roger Ebert gave the film two and a half out of four stars saying, “A problem with Hall Pass, I think, is that both Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis are affable, and the movie wants us to like them. It is often more useful for a comedy to have characters whose embarrassment we enjoy. Farrellys Stall Stooges for Hall Pass”. Georgia shoots take off: Aggressive incentives draw high-profile pics”. Weekend Report: ‘Gnomeo’ Denied, ‘Hall Pass’ Ekes Out Modest Victory”.