Grown Ups Soundtrack (

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Rating: 6.00/10 from 273000 votes
Tags: reunited friends, ash scattering, pregnant wife, pregnant woman
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Niños grandes

Title in Italiano:

Un weekend da bamboccioni

Title in Português:

Miúdos e Graúdos

Title in Français:

Copains pour toujours

Title in Türk:



In 1978, five 12-year-olds win a CYO basketball championship. Thirty years later, they gather with their families for their coach's funeral and a weekend at a house on a lake where they used to party. By now, each is a grownup with problems and challenges: Marcus is alone and drinks too much. Rob, with three daughters he rarely sees, is always deeply in love until he turns on his next ex-wife. Eric is overweight and out of work. Kurt is a househusband, henpecked by wife and mother-in-law. Lenny is a successful Hollywood agent married to a fashion designer with three kids and his two sons take their privilege for granted. Can the outdoors help these grownups rediscover connections or is this chaos in the making?

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Play Title Artist
Grown Ups
Come Back
The J. Geils Band: Performer
Seth Justman: Writer
Devil Woman
Terry Britten: Writer
Cliff Richard: Performer
I'm a Gangsta
Elmo Weber: Writer
Ave Maria
Franz Schubert: Writer
Last Child
Steven Tyler: Writer
Aerosmith: Performer
A Life of Illusion
Joe Walsh: Writer
Joe Walsh: Performer
A Night Like This
Wally Palmar: Writer
The Romantics: Performer
Love Is Alive
Gary Wright: Writer
Gary Wright: Performer
I Could Be Good for You
Jim McClarty: Writer
707: Performer
When Things Go Wrong
Robin Lane: Writer
Robin Lane: Performer
Rock and Roll Never Forgets
Lay It on the Line
Rik Emmett: Writer
Triumph: Performer
Escape (The Piña Colada Song)
Rupert Holmes: Writer
Rupert Holmes: Performer
Walk All over You
AC/DC: Performer
Bon Scott: Writer
Time for Me to Fly
Kevin Cronin: Writer
REO Speedwagon: Performer
Just Can't Wait
The J. Geils Band: Performer
Seth Justman: Writer
Ready for Love
Bad Company: Performer
Mick Ralphs: Writer
Come and Get Your Love
Lolly Vegas: Writer
Redbone: Performer
Goodnight Tonight
Paul McCartney: Writer
Paul McCartney: Performer
Just Got Back
Rick Nielsen: Writer
Cheap Trick: Performer
The Party's Over
Journey: Performer
Steve Perry: Writer
Sentimental Lady
Bob Welch: Writer
Bob Welch: Performer
Monday Morning
Lindsey Buckingham: Writer
Fleetwood Mac: Performer
Two Tickets to Paradise
Eddie Money: Writer
Eddie Money: Performer
I Do
The J. Geils Band: Performer
Every 1's a Winner
Errol Brown: Writer
Hot Chocolate: Performer
Better Things
Ray Davies: Writer
The Kinks: Performer
Count on Me
Jefferson Starship: Performer
Jesse Barish: Writer
Stan the Man
Adam Sandler: Writer
Adam Sandler: Performer

User reviews

Steven Evans

The variety of songs in the soundtrack provides a diverse range of emotions, from uplifting and cheerful to reflective and poignant, making it a well-rounded musical selection.

Margaret Roberts

The soundtrack features a mix of classic hits and contemporary tunes that appeal to a wide audience, making it accessible and enjoyable for viewers of all ages.

Deborah Clark

Carol Scott

The musical choices in Grown Ups effectively complement the character development and storyline, helping to convey the inner struggles and growth of each character.

George Martinez

The soundtrack of Grown Ups perfectly captures the nostalgic and heartwarming essence of the movie.

Joseph Nelson

The soundtrack of Grown Ups really captured the nostalgic and heartwarming essence of the story. The selection of songs perfectly set the tone for the different scenes, enhancing the emotional impact of the characters' journeys.

Laura Mitchell

Overall, the soundtrack of Grown Ups is a standout element of the film, adding an extra layer of charm and personality that enhances the storytelling and resonates with the audience.

Deborah Evans

The music enhances the overall mood of the film and adds depth to the emotional moments, creating a more immersive viewing experience.

Stephanie Garcia

The soundtrack of Grown Ups failed to capture the emotional depth and nostalgia of the storyline. The music felt generic and uninspired, lacking the ability to enhance the scenes and evoke the intended mood effectively.

Andrew Thomas

Furthermore, the song selection seemed disconnected from the characters' journeys and struggles, failing to create a cohesive and immersive listening experience. The soundtrack failed to establish a strong connection with the audience, ultimately falling short of enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Mary Hill

Each track seemed to be carefully chosen to reflect the inner struggles and growth of the characters, making the viewing experience even more immersive and engaging. The music truly added depth and richness to the narrative, creating a powerful connection between the audience and the story being told.