Cedar Rapids
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  • Rated: R
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Year: 2011
English: 5.1 Dolby Digital / Spanish: Dolby Digital
English & Spanish / Subtitled
Cedar Rapids
List price: $14.99
Your Price: $9.99
You save 33%

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  • Rated: R
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Year: 2011
English: 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio / Spanish: 5.1 Dolby Digital
English & Spanish / Subtitled


The funniest business trip of all time gets even crazier with the Super-Awesome Edition of Cedar Rapids — more hysterical footage, more outrageous shenanigans and more two-diamond fun!

Ed Helms (The Hangover 1 & 2) and John C. Reilly (Step Brothers) lead an all-star cast in the comedy that shows what can happen...when insurance agents go wild! Shy and naive Tim Lippe (Helms) ventures to the “big city” of Cedar Rapids for a convention and ends up crossing paths with the ultimate party animal (Reilly). Before long, Tim is crashing parties, skinny-dipping in the hotel pool and being seduced by a sexy soccer mom. And if Tim can survive the weekend, he might just change his life forever!

Disc Information

**Theatrical Feature

**Deleted Scenes
**Gag Reel
**Mike O'Malley - Urban Clogger
**Tweaking in the USA
**Wedding Belles - Crashing a Lesbian Wedding
**Top Notch Commercial
**Theatrical Trailer

Cast & Crew

Ed Helms ... Tim Lippe
Anne Heche ... Joan Ostrowski-Fox
John C. Reilly ... Dean Ziegler
Sigourney Weaver ... Macy Vanderhei
Isiah Whitlock Jr. ... Ronald Wilkes
Stephen Root ... Bill Krogstad
Kurtwood Smith ... Orrin Helgeson


Anthony Lane New Yorker | February 28, 2011

These folk are undistinguished yet distinctive, and the film, for all the familiar grind of its plotting, pays them their honest due.

Tom Long Detroit News | February 18, 2011

Considering it has to do with infidelity, bribery, drugs, drinking, loutish behavior, fraud and prostitution, Cedar Rapids is really kind of a sweet movie.

Peter Rainer Christian Science Monitor | February 18, 2011

Cedar Rapids takes an inordinate number of wrong turns, but it also has an inordinate number of good laughs mixed in with the not-so-good ones.

Carrie Rickey Philadelphia Inquirer | February 17, 2011

Helms delivers a performance of touching delicacy, one almost as remarkable as that of Tom Hanks in Big.

Chris Vognar Dallas Morning News | February 17, 2011

Like a slightly twisted, modern-day Frank Capra fable...

Wesley Morris Boston Globe | February 17, 2011

I imagine the director, Miguel Arteta, is the reason the movie succeeds as well as it does. He mutes the obnoxiousness and concentrates on the performances, nearly all of which are excellent and marked by a sense of real camaraderie.

Bill Goodykoontz Arizona Republic | February 17, 2011

A really entertaining effort, aided by some terrific performances.


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