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Patrick L (kr) wrote: "This witless action comedy should've kept up with the chase and with the laughs"DVD Movie Review: Keeping Up With the JonesesDate Viewed: January 27 2017Directed by Greg Mottola (Adventureland, Paul and Superbad)Written By Michael LeSieurStarring: Zach Galifianakis, Jon Hamm, Isla Fisher, Gal Gadot, Ari Shaffir, Matt Walsh, Kevin Dunn, Maribeth Monroe, Michael Liu and Patton Oswalt.This witless action comedy should've kept up with the chase and with the laughs. There isn't one laugh or fun action scene to be found in "Keeping Up With the Joneses" which thankfully created by the Kardashians. How can you have a talented cast as well as a talented director and have them make a spy comedy that's completely devoid of charm, laughs and energy. "Keeping Up With the Joneses" is a more comedic take on 2005's "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" but without any of the things I previously mentioned. With this bomb and "Masterminds", I think it's finally time for Zach Galifianakis to find a new agent, Jon Hamm should know better and it is a humiliating vehicle for the new Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot). I think Gadot could have a bright future in comedy but when the best line you could think of is "I could crack a walnut in my vagina", you got a problem and it certainly doesn't make the movie any funnier."Keeping Up With the Joneses" is about a suburban middle-class couple, Jeff and Karen Gaffney (Galifianakis and Isla Fisher) who have the whole house to themselves because their kids are away at camp but they see new neighbors arriving in their nearest doorstep. The new neighbors just happen to be Tim and Natalie Jones (Hamm and Gadot) and they come over to Jeff and Karen's house to introduce themselves.The Joneses manage to fit right in the neighborhood thanks to their previous credentials, Tim is an accomplished travel writer who likes to blow up glass and Natalie is a media consultant, cooking blogger and even a caretaker of Sri Lankan orphans. Despite their vast achievements, Karen finds that there is something off about the Joneses. After accidentally breaking the beautiful glass sculpture the Joneses gave them as a nice new neighbor gift, Jeff and Karen find a bug in the shards and they realize that Tim and Natalie could be spies.When they go sneak inside the Joneses residence, Jeff and Karen also find out that he and his fellow employees at the McDowell-Burton International company where he works are being targeted by the Joneses. This news leads to mass hysteria for the Gaffneys but the Joneses manage to save them from assassination and they are now plunged into the world of espionage. After the Gaffneys and Joneses clear the dust, they must stop an international arms dealer who calls himself "the Scorpion" from using stolen top-secret computer chips and weaken the U.S. missile defense system.Directed by Greg Mottola who gave us comedy classics such as "Adventureland" and "Superbad", "Keeping Up With the Joneses" delivers jokes that are so obvious and laugh-free, it's hard to compensate for this movie's talented cast. Jon Hamm and Zach Galifianakis have been funny in other things before but they and Fisher and Gadot get side-squawked here by an awful script from the guy who previously wrote "You, Me & Dupree"."Keeping Up With the Joneses" is one of those comedies that's so middling and remotely toothless, the only thing funny about it is the title.

Tram N (de) wrote: Very cute and entertaining. I thought it was funny that the boys in my family like it and watch it more than their sister.

Ms A (mx) wrote: Beautiful and it really captured the era.

Chu T (au) wrote: Very exciting but the screens are a bit dark that I can't see everything clearly.

Bob L (es) wrote: Greek drama Lysistrata redone in modern Middle East. A North African village relies on it's women to fetch the all important water, while the men drink tea and quote the Quran all day. The 'love strike' the women impose brings on all sorts of issues related to honour and religion and this film juggles all the characters and layers of issues superbly. This movie carries you through a wide range of humour, outrage, and sadness by engrossing you with the characters of the village. Indeed, the storytelling is done so well that within the first 10 minutes you are presented with, and get the drift of, most of the village, it's attitudes, and the main players in this hostile and alien landscape. Can't recommend this enough.

jay H (nl) wrote: its kind of like a porn, you watch it for the action, not the acting.

Casey M (ca) wrote: This movie effected me intensely when I first saw it. Powerful and very relatable performance from Evan Rachel Wood. Very realistic and dark.

Dorianator F (fr) wrote: Fantastic movie with a very good story that I could relate to, great acting, and a great pacing. But, I just didn't like the ending. It was cheesy.

Jeremy S (us) wrote: No idea why a sequel was made but it was slow and already the story was tired

Gavran R (de) wrote: Badly written, played and directed

Eric S (gb) wrote: Hitchcock. Enough said.

Evan H (br) wrote: this movie was pretty intense.

Lisa K (it) wrote: If this movie wasn't so confusing, it would have been a very beautiful story. The emotions are very well conveyed and the acting was good. There was no soft ending though, so don't wait for a resolution

Christopher B (us) wrote: Very good. Twists, turns and well thought out.

Luke H (nl) wrote: This was and is exactly what I thought it would be. I enjoyed it.

Marlene G (us) wrote: I am still watching this one... It is an okay blaxploitation move.