Jumat, 21 Mei 2010

'DATE NIGHT', Dating Who Will Not Ever Forgotten

Cast: Steve Carell, Tina Fey, Mark Wahlberg, James Franco, Mark Ruffalo, Mila Kunis, Kristen Wiig, Common, Taraji P. Henson
Boredom is usually one of the problems faced by couples who have been married long. We all have a habit, no one seemed eager to make their life like when they first married. These problems faced by couples Phil Foster (Steve Carell) and Claire (Tina Fey).

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Previously, they create a 'ritual' which they call 'night out' in the hope they could escape from the daily routine for their wedding can still feel fresh like a few years earlier. But the thing is, when the 'evening out' they've done this many times, it was also so dull and not much different with the other routines.

Do not want the fire of love in their marriage off, Phil and Claire tried to create a new event. Whereas in the past they used to eat dinner together and ended it with a movie so this time they tried to visit a bistro in Manhattan. At first all went smoothly until a party who thinks this couple is the person they are looking for.

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In a short time, the event 'night out' this to be an exciting adventure involving the affairs of 'business' between a head of the mafia with the police. Starting from a desire to make that night so a night of 'different', Phil and Claire eventually found themselves in an adventure they would never forget for the rest of their lives.

Cute is very subjective. Everyone has their own size for a funny word. The funny thing for one person may not be funny for other people. One thing is for certain is that humor can not be forced. Sometimes the very thing which could lead to unintentional humor as well. Perhaps it is also the key to success is DATE NIGHT. There was no coercion. Everything looked normal flow so precisely target the director made the film even reached good comedy.

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In addition to the story line that runs smoothly and not only because halting want to insert a joke, a character that appears in this film also feels convincing. Steve Carell, Tina Fey, Mark Wahlberg, and Ray Liotta looks very relaxed as they brought the role that inevitably this solid character that makes the audience feel involved in the plot to this story.

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