Saturday, 24 March 2018


Director: John Francis Daley , Jonathan Goldstein
Cast: Jason Bateman , Rachel McAdams , Danny Huston , Kyle Chandler , Jesse Plemons , Jeffrey Wright , Michael C. Hall , Kylie Bunburry , Billy Magnussen , Lamorne Morris , Gunner
Plot: Husband and wife Max and Annie like to host game nights to play with their friends and family. One night, Max's brother Brooks arranges a murder mystery party. At first things seem to be just fun and games, even when Brooks gets kidnapped. That is until the group begin to realise they are no longer playing a simple game they are investigating an actual murder case.

My Movie Review: The movie is like date night meets scream mix with different twist and turn! Game Night is over-the-top comedy with sibling rivalry turned into thrill insane night out rescue that flips over when the bad guys are part of the game until it seems real ends up just a game:) Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams were both convincing and hilarious make this watchable fun flick the strong language and bloody violence becomes part of the jam-packed experience!! Billy Magnussen is adorable with his tough exterior bro in goofy vibe becomes my apple of eye his acting was natural partner with smart co-worker make perfect combination- the rising stars!!

More Description: "Game Night," about game-loving partiers who get drawn into a web of danger, is a raucously funny film that has a knack for going right up to the edge of nastiness. It starts out borderline ludicrous and keeps piling on improbabilities, until it leaves our world behind and become exercise in absurdity. The main couple, Max and Annie (Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams), hosts a regular game night at their suburban home. A cleverly-edited opening montage shows that games like Pictionary, Scrabble and Charades are the foundation of their relationship and led to their marriage. They've got a knack for figuring how far is too far, pushing right up to the border, then stopping with one toe over the line. This is one of the best surprises of a still-young movie year: a comedy that takes nothing seriously except making fun.


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