From festivals to better food, amusement parks are adding features for older adults. Take a look at what's new!
by Bill Newcott, AARP The Magazine, July/August 2010 issue
Release date: June 25
Starring: Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, David Spade, Kevin James, Rob Schneider
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En español | Bill's take: We trademarked "Movies for Grownups" a few years back, so we thought about sending a bill to Sandler & Company. Then we figured, "Nah, the movie sounds so promising, we'll let it go." Some 30 years after their high-school graduation, five middle-aged pals reunite for a Fourth of July weekend. There'll be the usual Sandleresque gross-outs and crotch hits, no doubt, but the star has shown a laudably thoughtful streak as he has grown older (Funny People, Reign Over Me). No one's expecting an Albee play, but this could get interesting.
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