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The Joneses

(2010)

Rated R for language, some sexual content, teen drinking and drug use.

R In Theaters 04/16/2010 , 93min.
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Viewer Score
63%
Viewer score based on 269 ratings
55%
Critic score based on 30 reviews

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April 18, 2010
MSMOLMD
dumb/stupid..no story what-so-ever..you would be more entertained watching paint dry
April 18, 2010
MSMOLMD
can't think of too many other movies that I was so glad it was over.. it would be a complete waste of time/money if you go. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED
April 18, 2010
JaneS10606
One of the worst movies I have ever seen..we went with eight friends and all wanted to walk out/ask for refund. Do NOT..under any ************* ever,ever see this"non-movie" PS..the rating would be minus five stars
April 16, 2010
mrscastell
Great movie! Loved the concept, and thought it was really funny and thought-provoking. Plus the cast was great!

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Washington Post
Unfortunately, the movie's second half drags, never again achieving the first half's level of narrative dexterity. Full Review
A.O. Scott
The New York Times
As the shills reveal their souls, the movie turns into an exercise in the very phoniness it initially set out to expose. And since you've already paid for the ticket, you might end up feeling cheated. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
Crass materialism and ridiculous marketing ploys are skewered by writer/director Derrick Borte in this uneven cautionary tale that starts off incisively funny, then devolves into preachiness. Full Review
Dan Kois
Washington Post
Unfortunately, the movie's second half drags, never again achieving the first half's level of narrative dexterity. Full Review
James Berardinelli
ReelViews
Solid performances from David Duchovny (in a cleaned-up version of his Californication character), Demi Moore (defying age), Ben Hollingsworth, and Amber Heard can't save the movie when the screenplay goes as limp as a noodle and turns into a long string of clichés. Full Review

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