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Game Night
Released 2018  /  100 min
Box Office: $117.5 million
Max and Annie's weekly game night gets kicked up a notch when Max's brother Brooks arranges a murder mystery party -- complete with fake thugs and federal agents. So when Brooks gets kidnapped, it's all supposed to be part of the game. As the competitors set out to solve the case, they start to learn that neither the game nor Brooks are what they seem to be. The friends soon find themselves in over their heads as each twist leads to another unexpected turn over the course of one chaotic night.
This is not a game.
Jason Bateman
Max Davis
Rachel McAdams
Annie Davis
Kyle Chandler
Brooks Davis
Billy Magnussen
Ryan Huddle
Sharon Horgan
Sarah Darcy
Lamorne Morris
Kevin Sterling
Kylie Bunbury
Michelle Sterling
Jesse Plemons
Gary Kingsbury
Danny Huston
Donald Anderton
Michael C. Hall
The Bulgarian
Chelsea Peretti
Glenda
Jeffrey Wright
FBI Agent Henderson
Camille Chen
Dr. Chin
Zerrick Williams
Val
Joshua Mikel
Colin
R.F. Daley
Tats
John Francis Daley
Carter
Michael Cyril Creighton
Bill
Brooke Jaye Taylor
Linda
Jonathan M. Goldstein
Dan
Charlotte Haynes Hazzard
Nurse
Chad Lail
Bulgarian Goon
Natasha Hall
Madison
Loren Schaffer
Ryan's Date
Kabby Borders
Ryan's Date
Kelly Johns
Ryan's Date
Steve Witting
Clown
Andrew Benator
Clown
Malcolm X. Hughes
Not Denzel / Kenny
Jessica Lee
Debbie
Olivia
Bastian
Bobby Akers
Rich Party Guest
Buddy Cannon
Wedding Guest
Carmen Dash
Club Girl
Robin Dyke
Wasp
Abigail Ford
Mrs. Anderton
Renah Gallagher
Infertility Clinic Patient
Jason Gerrard
Rich Guy
Caleb Heiland
Convinient Store Kid
Candy Ibarra
Rachel Burns
August Kensington
Bartender
Douglas LaPonzina
Party Attendee
Daniel Lucente
Dan Steele
Curtis Lyons
Logan
Brendan O'Donovan
Fight Fan
Tony Ohara
Kramer
Shamara Rayner
Wedding Guest
Persephonie Rose
Club Girl
Liz Sanford
Wedding Guest
Rachel Tracy
Proposal Night Guest
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40% Drama
Comedy 60%
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The big-name cast can't salvage this awful script that prioritizes plot twists above everything else, including actual comedy.