Stay for the outtakes – they’re improv delights, suggesting the movie that might have been if they had just left it all to Carell and Fey. show more
Watching these two intensely likable comedians work together is a special pleasure. show more
In addition to Carell and Fey, Date Night boasts a deft supporting cast...Best of all are a very droll James Franco and Mila Kunis as the downtown hipsters for whom the Fosters are mistaken. show more
Tina Fey needs to pick better movies and steve will just keep doing bad movies because he is a big nose idiot.
Wast of money. This was a grossly predictable film that had I not promised my wife I'd watch the hole thing, I'd have left the room after 20 minutes. Not worth the rental fee or the gas to get to the store. Women will probably think this is cute. Guys would be better off watching a re-run of a game they already know the outcome of. Thank God this week it's my pick.
I thought this was a hilarious laugh out loud movie. Steve Carell and Tina Fey did a great job. I loved the whole plot and the humor. It was not boring and slow moving at all.