Dinner for Schmucks

Dinner for Schmucks

Rising executive Tim Wagner works for a boss who hosts a monthly dinner in which the guest who brings the biggest buffoon gets a career-boost. Tim plans on not attending until he meets Barry, a man who builds dioramas using stuffed mice. Barry's blundering but good intentions send Tim's life into a downward spiral, threatening a major business deal and possibly scuttling Tim's engagement to his fiancee.

Tim, a rising executive, works for a boss who hosts a monthly event in which the guest who brings the biggest buffoon gets a career boost. Tim decides to skip it until he bumps into Barry, an IRS employee who builds dioramas using stuffed mice. However, the scheme backfires... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Dinner for Schmucks torrent reviews

James w (jp) wrote: I'm not sure why this movie didn't get a better response from critics. Although the premise of the story may be slightly unoriginal, what really shines is the performances of Miles Teller and Analeigh Tipton. Their chemistry meshes on screen like peanut butter and jelly. What's even more impressive, is how the film seamlessly entertains with really only two characters. Witty, charming, funny, and most importantly emotionally captivating without being too serious. What else could you ask for in a rom com?

jen b (ag) wrote: good and sad... i felt bad for Katie! lol

Gary B (au) wrote: I really enjoyed the style of humor. Lots to like about it. Gets a little formulaic in the middle, but still has plenty of surprising laughs.

Jori P (br) wrote: Outo elokuva. Mutta katsottava. Sanoisko, ett erillainen elokuva.

kat h (it) wrote: I have seen all the Puppet Master films and I must say that this is a few rungs below the originals! I was entertaining, and Corey Feldman needs a few more acting lessons, but don't give up on this just yet! There is a pleasant suprise at the end. Continue past the credits and you won't be dissapointed!

Andrew K (gb) wrote: Is it thinly scripted at times? Yeah. But the characters, animation (for it's time), adventure and whimsical nature are plenty enjoyable.

Jacob G (kr) wrote: #WeddingFilms - Surprisingly enjoyable comedy. Thought I would hate it, but actually it turned out to be good fun!

bill s (au) wrote: Every things here except for a decent script and that's too bad.

Jordan P (fr) wrote: Gearing its satire toward haunted house frightfests rather than slasher staples, Scary Movie 2 may feature some clumsy editing and scattershot humor, but it ups the gross-out gags and slapstick ridiculousness to a whole new level of spooky fun, making this affectionate horror spoof every bit as funny -- and scary -- as its predecessor.

Scott W (kr) wrote: A sentimental beautifully shot Kurosawa movie about friendship.

Bill B (gb) wrote: Another interesting (yet still not 100%) version of the Parker character from Donald Westlake brought ot the big screen, this is nevertheless a fun watch as 'Macklin' seeks revenge on his brother's killers.Well worth a look, give that mother a rental if you have the chance.

Keldon M (gb) wrote: I saw about 15 minutes of this mess. It was an awful.

Jamie C (ru) wrote: A film set in a phone booth 99% of the movie shouldn't be as gripping and fast paced as it was, A simple plot and a great performance from Colin Farrell makes this film great fun and quite scary, A fun film that should've got more praise.

Kaleaha A (fr) wrote: It's a very good movie but why would I go see a four year old movie that I have seen numerous times and I own the dvd. So why go pay for it in the movie theater, this is very stupid if you ask me.