Keeping Up with the Joneses Synopsis
An ordinary suburban couple (Zach Galifianakis, Isla Fisher) finds it's not easy keeping up with the Joneses (Jon Hamm, Gal Gadot) - their impossibly gorgeous and ultra-sophisticated new neighbors.
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Movie Reviews

A good adult date movie

By rmichaelpennington
The acting was great. Great cast. The movie flowed. Very funny and entertaining. Due to certain parts of the movie, I would not recommend this for kids....

Fun Movie

By jobs
Cute humor for a few laughs and the plot kept me interested. Overall, I am happy I went to see this movie tonight. Would make for a good date night too....

Good fun movie

By kingroe


By Laf9259
I really enjoyed this movie! It was light at times and a little intense at others, but comical enough so it kept it from being considered a "violent" movie in my book... I thought the comedy was...

Keeping up w the jonese's

By srochedb
This was by far the worst, stupid, benign movies I have seen in 20 yrs. it was exhaustingly painful to sit through this garbage waiting for the story line and some unforced comedy to appear....

good fun

By luxuriousmusic


By smwing
Best dramady in a long time! Great to see John Hamm in this, he was great! Loved the whole plot - The car/motorcycle chases were amazing, funny and scary!...

TV movie

By martincookeusa
Harmless and moderately entertaining. Despite terrible performances by the two main characters and a weak storyline there were some decent funny lines here and there to keep your attention. I'd wait...

Not as funny as we thought it would be

By lpuffer4
Keeping Up With The Joneses was okay - we expected a lot more laughter, but the best laughed scenes are shown on the commercials....

Worst movie

By ricdu38
I do not go to a lot of movies. This was probably the reason why. Complete waste of money...

More Info

Rated PG-13 | For for sexual content, action/violence and brief strong language
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Fresh, funny action comedy has some violence, racy bits.
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