It's the comedy one-two punch that Peacock sitcom fans have dreamed about: Tina Fey and Steve Carell. But you won't find the pairing on their respective Emmy-magnet shows ('30 Rock' and 'The Office'). Coming Friday to a movie theater near you, 'Date Night' stars Fey and Carell as a New Jersey parents in a romantic rut.

Claire and Phil Foster (Fey and Carell) decide to spice things up and spend their weekly "date night" at a chic restaurant in the big city. Gunplay ensues -- not to mention a high-speed pursuit.

'Date Night''s third wheel is Mark Wahlberg, who is finally breaking out of a string of grim dramas ('The Lovely Bones,' 'We Own the Night,' 'The Departed'). Also making an appearance is James Franco, along with Mila Kunis, Kristen Wiig and Mark Ruffalo.

The critics got to see 'Date Night' on the job. Many of you will have to get a babysitter -- or should you? Let's hear what the critics had to say.
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