|Reunite with The D Train Movie|
IN THEATERS NOW!
My son & I went to an early screening of The D Train. I didn't know anything about the movie, but I do like James Marsden, more than I like Jack Black. Well, this movie was not what I expected. It was more of a drama than a comedy. It was crazy, to say the least. Some moments were very adult themed, so it definitely deserves the R rating. I could tell a few of the older viewers in the theater audience thought that too, by their surprised exclamations. I did like how well the actress Kathryn Hahn played the wife. This movie was interesting, but a big departure from most of the actor's regular roles. ~ Stephanie
When I heard that Jack Black was in the movie, I was excited but was not expecting to laugh as much as I did! I think that the name The D Train comes from his character Dan's name and how he, a man that everyone but himself thought was a nobody, was the only reason their high school reunion happened. On his way out to Los Angeles, Dan gave himself a soul patch for his beard, which I thought was a nice touch. I could not stop laughing and was surprised by this movie. I already knew Jack Black from other things. He voiced the character Eddie Riggs in a video game I like called Brutal Legend, a game where heavy metal is king and wars are fought. He also voiced Po in the animated movie Kung Fu Panda. If you are looking for a laugh and you love Jack Black, I suggest The D Train!
The above guest post is by Stephanie's 17-year-old son, Aaron. He loves to read, play video games, and listen to music. He likes Jack Black movies. He hopes to do more reviews.