Apparently, you can't teach an old mouse new tricks either, as Disney reunites with the director of Wild Hogs for another dose of lowest-common-denominator comedy sure to make boatloads of bank at the box office.

Apparently, you can't teach an old mouse new tricks either, as Disney reunites with the director of Wild Hogs for another dose of lowest-common-denominator comedy sure to make boatloads of bank at the box office.

Old Dogs teams Robin Williams and John Travolta as lifelong friends and business partners. In a plot setup handled like a bad sitcom, Williams finds out he's the father of 7-year-old twins. Hilarity ensues and, along the way, he learns something about fatherhood or friendship or something.

The following items are milked for their laugh potential (spoiler alerts, I suppose): Old dog with bladder control problem! Spray-tan mishap! Fart! Mistaken peed pants! Mistaken switched medications! Mistaken gay identity! Smeared bear poop on face! A golf ball to the nuts! Another golf ball to the nuts!

If you snickered at that list, you'll get laughs aplenty, and I supposed I can't stop you from enjoying this movie.