Relationships can be very hard work at times, huh? One minute you and your partner can be as light on your collective feet as a couple of Fred Astaire's. Whilst the next minute you could both be as heavy handed as a herd of Hulk's with hernias . Still, could be worse I suppose. You could be in this film Directed by Peter Billingsley; and Starring: Vince Vaughn, Malin Åkerman, Jon Favreau, Kristen Davis, Faizon Love, Kali Hawk, Jason Bateman, Kristen Bell, Peter Serafinowicz and Jean Reno. It was made in 2009 and lasts for 113 minutes.
Picture the scene, four friendly American couples are at a house party together, and one of them admits that their marriage is in trouble, posing a possible solution which the others can aide them with.
No! It's not a gang-bang. More's the pity. Instead, this 'idea' involves them all attending a luxurious island resort named "Eden”, one which helps husbands and wives with their relationship problems.
OK, I have to admit, the remaining three couples do not jump to this idea straight away. Not really, anyway. But that does not necessarily mean that they don't all go along with this plan, right?
Oh! One minute. I almost forgot to tell you who these guys and girls are. Firstly there's David and Ronnie (Vince Vaughn and Malin Akerman) – he is a games dealer, and she is a stay-at-home mum. Then there is Joey and Lucy (John Favereau and Kristen Davis) – who are childhood sweethearts with a teenage daughter. Next there is Shane and Trudy (Faizon Love and Kali Hawk) – he has recently been separated from his wife, and she is only twenty. Plus finally there is Jason and Cynthia (Jason Bateman and Kristen Bell) – whom are the facetious couple with the imposing problem. They can't have a child.
Don't you just find them a nice bunch of people? Like 'Eden' in fact. Because once everyone arrives at this sunny lo-cal, each and every single one of them
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