Summary: I was expecting better from Steve Carroll and Tina Fey, but for me, this movie just didn't deliver. There wasn't anything that made me laugh out loud. Some scenes were amusing. Carroll and Fey play a married couple that take the reservation of another couple at a fancy restaurant.
Summary: Perhaps the most prominent comedic figures on television, 30 Rock's Tina Fey and The Office's Steve Carell collaborate with Shawn Levy (Night at The Museum) in Date Night. First off, a movie such as Date Night does not possess a goal to make a cerebral and qualitative experience; instead it aims its...
Excerpt: Equipment used for review: Sharp LC-46SB57UN 46" 120Hz 1080p LCD (24fps), Onkyo TX-SR606 7.1 Receiver, Onkyo SKS-HT540 7.1, & LG BH200 Super Blu Cast/Crew Info: Steve Carell as Phil Foster Tina Fey as Claire Foster Mark Wahlberg as Grant Holbrooke Taraji P.
Summary: Overall, not bad. Some clever lines and clever writing, however some slow lulls in the middle of the movie. A few lines were so funny that you couldn't help but laugh out loud, and of course Tina Fey is always a delight.
Summary: Greetings again from the darkness. Most married couples can probably relate to the grind of a life absorbed with work and parenting. Sometimes the fantasy turns into having a quiet moment of solitude.
Using the likability of Steve and Tina well enough
10 April 2010
Summary: Predictable? Sure, this ain't a comedy that pretends to be more than a vehicle for the comedic abilities of the very likable Tina Fey and the sometimes over-the-top (but not so much in this movie) Steve Carrell. Aside from the surprising cameos in this show, there aren't much surprises.