Grumpier Old Men

The feud between Max (Walter Matthau) and John (Jack Lemmon) has cooled and both of them patch things up, and their children, Melanie (Daryl Hannah) and Jacob (Kevin Pollak), have become engaged. Meanwhile, John is enjoying his marriage to new wife Ariel (Ann-Margret).

The spring and summer fishing season is in full swing with the annual quest to catch "Catfish Hunter," an unusually large catfish. However, the local bait shop closed after Chuck, the previous owner died, and Maria Ragetti (Sophia Loren) has purchased the property with the intent of converting it into a fancy Italian restaurant.

MPAA Rating:PG-13
Genre:Comedy, Romance
Country:United States
Produced By:George Folsey Jr., Richard C. Berman, John Davis, Elena Spiotta, John J. Smith
Directed By:Howard Deutch
Written By:Mark Steven Johnson
Cast:Allison Levine, Max Wright, James Cada, Cheryl Hawker, Tammara Melloy, Michelle Johnston, Katie Sagona, Marcus Klemp, Burgess Meredith, Jack Lemmon, Joel Edwards, Warren Schueneman, Jaclyn Ross, Ann Morgan Guilbert, Ryan Waldoch, Sophia Loren, Ryan Wotherspoon, Wayne A. Evenson, Adam Ward, Daryl Hannah, James Andelin, Walter Matthau, Ann-Margret, John Patrick Martin, Shirley Stoler, Kevin Pollak
In Theaters:Dec 22, 1995
Runtime:1 hour 41 minutes
Production:Lancaster Gate, Warner Bros.
Box Office:$69,870,000
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