The NY Times writes: “Dinner for Schmucks,” directed by Jay Roach (“Meet the Parents”) and based on a 12-year-old French movie known in English as “The Dinner Game,” is in some ways an exemplary modern Hollywood comedy. It treads a careful boundary between nasty and sweet, balancing the rude humor of humiliation with an affirming, tolerant, almost scolding final message: Be nice! It dabbles in sexual naughtiness without dreaming of going too far into complicated zones of lust and betrayal. (The French version, as you might expect, goes much further.)
CCG writes - "The Shift is not rated, but I would guess it would receive a PG or PG-13 rating. If you’re interested in a sci-fi retelling of a Biblical story, check out The Shift in theaters next month!"
The upcoming Garfield Movie resumes production Chris Pratt reveals in a behind-the-scenes Instagram post this week.
Ketika Berhenti di Sini has moments of relatability and heartbreak but with stakes this low, you'd expect anyone to succeed.