Friday, April 9, 2010

REVIEW: Date Night

Date Night

Steve Carell, Tina Fey


April 9, 2010

Shawn Levy

20th Century Fox

1 hour 31 minutes




Two of NBC's funniest people finally come together in a knockout hilarious movie. Date Night is about Phil and Claire Foster, a happy New Jersey couple who every Friday they have a date, where they go see a movie and have dinner. But one Friday, Phil decides to make the night different by taking Claire to New York City for dinner. But when they can't get into this new restaurant, they steal another couples reservation under the name of "Tripplehorn." They have no idea what they were getting into as they are on the run from a couple of muggers that want something in return. All I can say is that this movie is laugh out loud funny!! The movie's stars Steve Carell and Tina Fey do a great job as a couple and should do other films together, besides action-comedies. What made the movie sparkle was all of the physicality of the characters and how they acted when they were in danger. But I would like to advise parents that this IS NOT a kids movie, mainly because of the vulgar language and this one scene involving a stripper's club, although part of the scene was mainly for laughs. Also, the movie had so many cameos that it was funny. And for all of those Mark Wahlberg fans out there, he SHIRTLESS throughout the movie!!! This is the perfect date night movie for all of the teens and adults out there who go to see it. So basically, if you enjoy NBC, comedy, and shirtless men with dashes of action, comedy, romance, and more comedy, then go and have yourself a Date Night. But hopefully it won't be like the couple's in this movie.



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1 comment:

  1. Everyone in this movie sucks. Carell is painfully unfunny. Tina Fey is grossly over-rated and Mark Wahlberg is just an f-ing pig!


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