Robert De Niro, Michael Douglas, Morgan Freeman, and Kevin Kline play a bunch of old farts in this film. It also stars Mary Steenburgen who I think is still drop dead gorgeous even in her age, Jerry Ferrara who is hilarious, Roger Bart, Romany Malco, with a bit part from Michael Ealy, and a goofy cameo from 50 Cent and the Redfoo and Shufflebot from LMFAO. I am not too sure who the target audience of this movie. First of all if it was targeted to an audience of around 60 to 70 year old men would they even know or understand who 50 Cent is or even LMFAO? Is it for young adults because I am pretty sure with most people my age who were born in the Hollywood of now wouldn't know who Kevin Kline or Michael Douglas is unfortunately sad yet true. Is it for people with older male family members who are going through end-life crisis? That is possible I suppose, but sounds pretty lame so probably not. Can you tell me what demographic this movie is trying to please? The acting is decent and there are a few moments that are funny, but most of the time it is kind of awkward to watch. It wasn't good and it wasn't bad. To me it was just there. I wouldn't really recommend this to anybody's to watch lists. It can be either a hit or miss I think.