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Jane Fonda Tom Brady Comedy Is Super Bowl of Fun

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We’re just hours away from America’s biggest day of entertainment. For months, millions of people across the country have hyped themselves up after closely tracking the careers of their favorite players. They tracked their stats online. They made bets worth thousands of dollars. And it all comes down to the inevitable monolithic event in his February. 80 for Brady.

If you momentarily thought I was talking about the Super Bowl, you weren’t paying attention (or somehow you got here without reading the headline). This year, sports’ biggest day is overshadowed by cinema’s biggest weekend. Jane Fonda, Rita Moreno, Sally FieldWhen Lily Tomlin Hit the theaters this weekend for a much more entertaining performance than Rihanna’s “Mike” will “pick up” next Sunday.

Conceit 80 for Brady It’s like one of those inevitable pop-up ads with some kind of clickbait (but vaguely nonsensical) headline designed to attract an impressive internet audience. Go, what happens next will warm your heart.” Otherwise, 80 for Brady, for the sake of curiosity there is no virus to download immediately to your hard drive. This is a fantasy world where we get everything promised to our four adorable seniors with big hearts who want to spend the time of their lives with them.

It may sound like a relatively simple time in the movies, but it’s just that 80 for Brady We offer: Simple, high-spirited fun.

80 for Brady begins by introducing four best friends, each in their late 70s and early 80s. Lou (Tomlin), Trish (Fonda), Maura (Moreno) and Betty (Field) gather at Lou’s house every Sunday to watch his beloved New England Patriots game.

The tradition began as an accident many years ago when all the women helped care for Lou after his final round of chemotherapy. With the remote battery dead, they were forced to endure the Landing Channel football game.

The four best friends, who dubbed their group 80 for Brady Club, spent so many games together that they even developed their own superstitions. Trish must be standing on the ladder at kickoff. Lou has to spill a bowl of chips. Maura needs some tea.

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Their quirkiness has strengthened their bond over the years. As the Patriots advanced to his 2017 Super Bowl, Lou decided it was time to meet in person and take his love of the game to the next level. on the other hand, a real group of loyal friends The film is based on the fact that he has never been in football’s biggest match. This movie gives us the grandiose imagination of their wildest dreams.

Of course, this turns out to be more difficult than expected. Super Bowl tickets aren’t cheap. Each woman makes her own plans to try to win tickets through a local radio her contest, but Lou is very determined to get the tickets. She buys the tickets herself and makes her friends believe she has won the contest. But moving from Massachusetts to Texas for the game is a challenge in itself. Maura has to move out of the nursing home she’s staying in after her husband dies, while Betty has to draw clear lines with her beloved poor husband.

It’s all just a rollercoaster climb to the top and the 80 for Brady club out on the road ready to get you down on a thrill ride of twisty fun. 80 for Brady I feel much more trustworthy than disappointed.

The script is full of gags that are close enough to rant, like Trish’s penchant for snarky writing Rob Gronkowski Fan fiction. In one particularly funny moment for Field, Betty urges the other women in the group to call the fanny pack that keeps Super Bowl tickets in “strap-ons.” She claims that having a “strap-on” is more responsible than going near her fannie, so that her name changes when she wears it around her shoulders.

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All performers 80 for Brady I’m playing my version roughly. Field’s personality is dependable and stubborn. Moreno is adventurous and energetic. Fonda is sexy and intimidating. Tomlin is mean but sweet. The film isn’t anything too complicated by any stretch of the imagination for these actresses, but it doesn’t have to be. 80 for Brady One of the ultimate comforts is feeling like you’re taking place right to the left of reality. There is absolutely no work the viewer has to do. This is true sit back and relax fare.

Still, for a fairly simple movie, there’s certainly a lot going on 80 for Brady Fill all those 98 minutes. Cameos and familiar faces keep the film’s tempo steady like a fully charged Jazzy Scooter. Guy Fieri makes a pilgrimage from Flavortown to grace the film, helping the hero move from point A to point B on multiple instances, and hilarious when Maura accidentally trips over Fieri’s fancy cannabis gummies. provides a calming presence. Super Bowl party.

there is also Harry Hamlin When Billy Porterplay two fictional agents of real people. They exist only to help the 80 for Brady club achieve its ultimate goal.

But it’s Moreno, Fonda, Tomlin and Field to inject 80 for Brady with eternal charm. Each of them is very game-playing, turning the movie into its own kind of not-to-be-missed sporting event. Mama cinema help It’s more hearty than an 8-layer Super Bowl Party Dip. Each actress is so dedicated that she’s down to make the most of the dumbest slapstick jokes, these are her true MVPs (Most Vivacious Pensioners).

80 for Brady Smart enough to know that no one who pays to go to a theater will take it seriously. I will always return to the strength of our wonderful friendship.

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This makes Tom Brady’s performance attempts to do his best to convey even the faintest emotion through the soulless lizard’s eyes noisily conspicuous, and all four main cast members have a fleeting look on their face. As if there wasn’t good reason to see this movie in theaters, I, or the audience I was with, laughed more than I did when Brady gave Tomlin an emotional speech in 2023. I don’t know movie.

Luckily it’s easy to forget 80 for Brady It exists as a selfish vanity project of its storied producer. Its frenzied comedy and committed performances help the film transcend false narcissism and instead fit nicely into the pantheon of quirky road-trip comedies.

Who wants to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon in February watching a football game in front of the TV? Who cares which team wins the Super Bowl? 80 for Brady A sure win that no one loses and everyone goes home as champions.

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