July 30

Dinner for Schmucks

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Dinner for Schmucks (2010)

PG-13 114 min - Comedy - 30 July 2010

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.

Director:  Jay Roach
Stars:  Steve Carell, Paul Rudd, Stephanie Szostak, Jemaine Clement, Zach Galifianakis, Lucy Punch, Bruce Greenwood, David Walliams, Ron Livingston, Kristen Schaal, Andrea Savage, Randall Park, Lucy Davenport, Chris O'Dowd, Jeff Dunham, Octavia Spencer, Patrick Fischler, Rick Overton, Blanca Soto, Nicole LaLiberte

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Storyline

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.


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Genres: Comedy

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Country:   United States of America
Language:  English
Release Date:  30 July 2010

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Company Credits

Production Companies:  Paramount Pictures, DreamWorks SKG, Spyglass Entertainment, Everyman Pictures, Reliance BIG Entertainment, Parkes/MacDonald Productions

Technical Specs

Runtime:  1 h 54 min

[vc_row][vc_column][wpsm_woobox id=”48035″][/vc_column][/vc_row]by Ginger

The plot of this story is silly, setting the scene for even greater silliness as the movie rolls along. The story tells of an executive who accepts the challenge to attend his bossäó»s monthly dinner in which whoever brings the biggest buffoon wins. This is the story of the winner. The unlikely relationship that develops between the executive and the buffoon drive the plot in the movie.

Comedy is based on slapstick style served with a heaping helping of the outrageous and silly. Most of the funny lines and actions are delivered by the buffoon. There is no real violence in the film, but there are a few slightly off color jokes, such as looking down a ladyäó»s top, but it is not technically sexual content, because the lady happens to be a wooden dummy. It is suggested for PG-13 and could go as low as PG, but it is not likely that younger children will understand the content as well as older ones.


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