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December 16, 2010
Tina Fey needs to pick better movies and steve will just keep doing bad movies because he is a big nose idiot.
September 24, 2010
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
September 06, 2010
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.
August 26, 2010
Funny, but Tina Fey is the best...
August 15, 2010
Cute - dragged a bit.
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An uncommonly engaging date movie. Full Review
The New York Times
Date Night, like so many other films of its type, too often relies on words, catchphrases and inflections that signify a generally accepted notion of funniness rather than being, you know, actually funny. Full Review
This is the rare screwball comedy that is superbly paced, cleverly plotted and hilarious from start to finish. Full Review
It's cast, down to the smallest role, with genuinely funny performers, people who understand how to time a joke, deliver a setup, underplay a deadpan glance. Full Review
The Hollywood Reporter
These talented performers star in two of the wittiest, most sophisticated sitcoms on the air, but for this movie pairing they're stuck with an endlessly silly plot line and overblown physical mayhem that is instantly forgettable. The fact that they make it so funny nonetheless is a testament to their abilities. Full Review