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May 21, 2013
Funny movie in all the right places. Couldn't believe Wahlberg and the Rock were in this movie, but they gave it just the right touch. NOT a movie for kids. The end really shocked me. Surprised b/c I didn't realize it was a true story until the end. Can people be that STUPID? LOL
May 19, 2013
Not what I expected ! A lot of sick humour coupled with a disjointed theme.
May 19, 2013
Oh my gosh, this movie was awful! So surprised Rock and Walberg made this move. They are usually in top rated movies, what happened? We left before the end. Don't know if it was a sick comedy or what and gross stuff in there. Waste of money.
May 17, 2013
This was once of the worst movies ever made. It was stupid and the characters had no sense. I am embarassed for the Rock and Mark Walberg. They had to be desperate to make a film like this
May 14, 2013
I thought this movie was going to be a comedy as well. Figured there would be a little action as well. Never in my wildest dreams did I ever feel so mortified to be sitting in a movie with my children. I mean my daughter is 15 and every other scene was drug use.. sex or someone being brutalized..
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With Pain & Gain, his surprising true-crime comedy, Bay has finally decided to lighten up a bit. Full Review
A badly constructed, blood-spattered caper that comes unglued early on. Full Review
Yep, it's all fun and games until someone gets brutalized repeatedly. Before you can avert your eyes, it's Katie, bar the door and break out the chain saws. Full Review
Wall Street Journal
Michael Bay's absurdist comedy is all pain, no gain and an utter monstrosity. It may be the most unpleasant movie I've ever seen, and I'm not forgetting "Freaks," which Pain & Gain resembles, come to think of it. Full Review
New York Daily News
Wahlberg and Johnson are the saving graces of an in-your-face movie. Full Review