• Arf Ortiyef

    ★★ Watched by Arf Ortiyef 29 Jan, 2015

    amazing cast; not a good movie! the blt joke was good though, i have to admit.

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  • Josh Barton

    Watched by Josh Barton 22 Jan, 2015

    I must have not got the memo because Dinner For Schmucks is one of the least funny comedies I have seen in recent years.

    It's like Steve Carell is doing a one man show of Dumb and Dumber.

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  • DinosK

    ★★ Watched by DinosK 23 Jan, 2015

    Great comedic actors but a bad comedy...

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  • DanStew

    ★★★ Rewatched by DanStew 10 Jan, 2015

    Ridiculously cheesy and immature, but Carell and Galifinakis are having so much fun that it's hard to feel antagonized.

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  • Andrea Blythe

    ★★★ Watched by Andrea Blythe 06 Jan, 2013

    A man desperate to fit in with his elitist company and gain promotion, is invited to a party that could help prove his worth. The catch is that the theme of the party is the mockery of idiots. At first he rejects the party in reaction to his girlfriend's outrage, but then he crashes into a man who could be the perfect guest.

    Paul Judd is a long-time favorite, and he does a great job of playing the regular, otherwise…

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  • hipfun

    ★★½ Added by hipfun

    sad shit

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  • David Darling

    ★★ Watched by David Darling 01 Jan, 2015

    Good actors, bad movie.

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  • Aaron White

    ★½ Watched by Aaron White 17 Jan, 2011

    What do you say about a comedy that isn’t funny?

    Therein lies my predicament. Dinner for Schmucks is simply that: not funny. Whereas most good comedies find a balance between hearty laughs and emotional moments, the film seems to lean more on the latter than former. Painfully overlong, it’s attempts at humor fizzle quickly. The obvious and proven talent of Steve Carell, Paul Rudd and Zach Galifianakis never shines through. Scene by scene you slowly begin to realize that the…

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  • joelhwa

    ★★ Watched by joelhwa 22 Feb, 2011

    4/10: A remake of the French comedy Le Diner De Con (1998). Steve Carrell has overdone his acting resulting in a very annoying character.

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  • Number4fatty

    ★★★ Added by Number4fatty

    My favorite Steve Carrell movie role, the scenes without him are horrible.

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  • Adam Theeye Pittman

    ★★ Added by Adam Theeye Pittman

    My review -- this film is now on DVD and it made a measly $23 million profit. The storyline/contents well we meet Tim Conrad as he stumbles through his life until he meets Barry Speck which turns his life upside down and inside out, but to find out what happens you will have to watch this film? There is one aspect that had caught my attention straightaway and that is this project may be completely different to the film project…

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  • Jonathan Paula

    ★½ Watched by Jonathan Paula 03 Jan, 2011

    Released on July 30, 2010 - this screwball comedy film stars Paul Rudd, as a Los Angeles businessman who is desperate for a promotion at his company. When his boss, played devilishly by Bruce Greenwood, invites him to a dinner party - where everyone is required to bring along the saddest, most pathetic idiot they can find - Rudd decides to bring Stevel Carell's character, in hopes he'll be dumb enough to get him that promotion.

    Right away, the plot…

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