“GAME NIGHT” – 3 OUT OF 10
This is the best bad movie in a long time. I mean BAD, really BAD. Matter of fact, it was so bad, I couldn’t stop watching. Normally we walk out of really stupid movies, but this one had so many goofs and screw-ups, we stayed glued to the screen just to see what would happen next from the “stupid” list.
Basically, the story is a spoof on adults getting together in a fun setting to play trivia games and then a “detective” game where everyone is a victim or investigative team. Then, the “crimes” come to life, though the dum-dums in the cast are too “dumb” to realize it, and think death and mayhem is all part of a comedy act. Rachel McAdams and Jason Bateman play a married couple hosting the big night which bring in four other game players, plus a key character who plays Bateman’s brother. The on-line synopsis goes like this:
Max and Annie’s weekly game night gets kicked up a notch when Max’s brother Brooks arranges murder mystery party — complete with fake thugs and federal agents. So when Brooks gets kidnapped, it’s all …