A sex-addicted con-man pays for his mother's hospital bills by playing on the sympathies of those who rescue him from choking to death.

The film tells the story of destitute, a sex addict (Sam Rockwell) fakes choking in expensive restaurants to get whose patrons "save" him, in order to pay for his mother's hospital bills. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Amanda P (jp) wrote: going 2 see it now know it'll be good

Jonathan D (kr) wrote: With a terrific premise and two of the funniest people in show business, Date Night should have been the year's best comedy, hands down. On Saturday Night Live and 30 Rock, Tina Fey has proven her comedic mettle, bringing wit and intelligence to her craft. Steve Carell, for his part, has made me laugh 'til my sides ached in Get Smart, as well as the better seasons of The Office, and brought a surprising amount of warmth and heart to Dan in Real Life. Though both actors drift into vulgar humor from time to time, when given good material they truly shine.Date Night, by all appearances, was to be a sure-fire laugh riot, combining as it did these two talents with the comedic potential inherent to the instantly-relatable challenge of keeping love alive in a marriage. Sadly, after a good start, Date Night succumbs to lazy, crass humor and a meandering plot. The film follows Fey and Carell's characters (who are happily married-with-children but are stuck in the monotony of routine) on their weekly date night, where they are confused for another couple wanted by the mob.The beginning of the film, exploring the day-to-day grind of this loving couple as they juggle kids, work, and marriage, provides some of the film's most grounded and genuine humor. However, once the mafia storyline kicks in, the film attempts to find humor by contrasting the couple's relatively wholesome family life with the seedy underworld of New York City...and fails.While the film contains a few genuine laughs, most of the jokes fall flat or confuse crass with funny, tying the hands of the talented stars. It's a shame, too, because Carell and Fey wring some genuine sweetness out of their characters, whenever the limited script allows them too. They have good chemistry as a screen couple. The few moments where we see that chemistry give the audience a glimpse of what might have been. I for one would love to see them take another crack at it.This may have been a poor first date, but these two deserve another shot. With a good script that balances laughs and heart, like the Steve Martin-Diane Keaton version of Father of the Bride, Steve Carell and Tina Fey could make the perfect date movie, sweet (but not sappy) and full of laughs. As it is, this premise (a loving married couple, stuck in a rut, have an adventure that renews their passion and appreciation for each other) was done much better in The Incredibles. As much as it pains me to say it, this Date Night shouldn't be seen on yours.

Andrew R (jp) wrote: Not as good as The Pervert's Guide to Cinema, and I'm not sure how much a non-Zizek fan would enjoy this. Lots of fun if you like his work, though.

Jason B (gb) wrote: If you don't think this movie is hilarious then we just don't have much in common.

Laurent D (au) wrote: je ne compte plus le nombre de fois que je l'ai vu ce film ///

Joanof A (mx) wrote: a good entertaining film... worth my money and worth my time..simple storyline and yes it works...a married couple who started with nothing..until duke finds a bag of money from a drug dealing transaction in their gangster neighbors.. the drug lord (christian stater) claim the money back and hunt them down and their life became miserable..simply shows that money changes everything...good to watch..

Christopher D (gb) wrote: 'Carol the waitress - Simon the fag'

Corey B (us) wrote: Slow, boring, I mean it has alot of what Woody does usually well but not well enough to make this worth my time.

John B (de) wrote: In what was allegedly created out of a pot of money for E.T. II (although I don't think the timing quite works out for that), comes a not too bad alien encounter of a different type. Bridges plays the fish out of water well but there is no reason to go back to this film for something particular special.

Paul D (it) wrote: Comedy with a lot of charm about it despite the rather simplistic farce used.

Carley E (ag) wrote: Always fun to see John Wayne being John Wayne. Several moments in the film bring a groan; however, several are delightful.

Justin B (ca) wrote: It's sweet, but dull; and its message is problematic and misguided.

Galvy F (br) wrote: When we hide, we await for others not to see us. When we wait every Halloween to go out trick o' treating.When we wait for our child to return home. When we can't wait, when others don't unerstand. When waiting is the hardest patt, it drains us, gives less motivation, and will to go further. When we can wait for the police to find our boy. When we await another Cursed Halloween, where a child is taken. When all stolen children await. When we haven't been waiting when things are just where we left off and time stands still. When we await to journey an unknown, with great power, that no one has seen. Pay homage to the ghost story tellers whom terrified us for centuries.