Ted Mills’s review published on Letterboxd :
Surprising to find a mainstream Hollywood comedy so full of laughs and humor. For one thing, the set-up (a murder mystery night that involves a real kidnapping) is funny in itself, as the various players don't take it seriously for most of the film. And the other thing is a cast of skilled comedic actors playing it straight. Plemons does his psycho thing well, although at some point he might want to start working against type. Bateman and McAdams make a good couple. African-American couple get sidelined a bit, part of the film's weakness. But it never flags, and it's well worth your time. No doubt the film will be forgotten, so seek it out.