The one problem with Inception winning at the box office three weekends in a row (hey, who wants to high five me for predicting that by the way?) is that I can't write my usual Box Office Winner discussion post because the same darn movie keeps on winning. So, instead, we'll resort to picking apart the film that came in second place this weekend, Dinner for Schmucks, since it would appear that a great majority of you have seen it.
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Mike T All Day
I haven't seen it yet, I wanna see it so bad though.
This is one of the funniest movies I have seen. I LOVED it! I want to go see it again and I hardly ever do that!
It was Paul Rudd and Steve Carrell's "chemistry" that made this movie. I loved it! With any other actors, it wouldn't have worked, but these two play so well off of each other!
Lots of laughs and touching too. Got my money's worth with this one!
It was as fun, and flawed, as I Love You, Man. And I Love You, Man was an underrated genial comedy that knew how to keep a low-key and highlight some funny performances.
it was continuous humor and story without being overdone or boring. i would recommend it 100%.
i almost pissed myself. the movie was way funnier than i expected. but then again i never saw a trailer or any other marketing for it -- i went in blind with about zero expectations.
First of all they are marketing this movie as the funniest thing since The Hangover and it isn't. I mean it has it's moments in the laugh department but I enjoyed the relationship with Tim and Berry as they went about "peeling the layers of the onion" as both of them figured out was truely important in their lives.
A dark comedy in the vain of The Cable Guy and as the movie builds toward the dinner which is the funniest moment in the movie you are prepared for the battle royal of idiots.
A great adult comedy which should fit as a date movie that tugs at your heart strings as well as lubricates your funny bone.
Laughed through the entire film. Finally a comedy that was actually funny!
It did have some funny moments, but it wasn't hilarious. It did have a nice message about tolerance that came across at the end.
"Welcome to the party, pal."
"I am serious... and don't call me Shirley."
"When am I gonna learn how to punch?"
"These go to eleven."
"Benjamin, have you ever been severely beaten about the face & neck?"
"Just keep swimming, swimming, swimming."
"You're gonna need a bigger boat."
"Jessica's got cable."
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