You've probably noticed that it's reunion and revival time at the movies.
The trend continues in "Grown Ups," a movie that doesn't quite stretch back to the persistently celebrated 1980s, but almost - stars Adam Sandler, Chris Rock, David Spade and Rob Schneider headlined the "Saturday Night Live" cast of 1990.
Minus Chris Farley, replaced here by roly-poly doppelgänger Kevin James.
Sandler plays the ringleader of old rec league youth team that reunites for the funeral of its inspirational coach, who taught the kids to work hard, to never quit.
The advice has made Sandler's character a millionaire Hollywood agent, but his grown teammates are lagging, if not quitting - Rock is a feminized househusband, James an unemployed salesman, Spade an alcoholic womanizer, Schneider a twice-divorced hippie now married to an earth mother 30 years his senior.