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Date Night (Extended Edition)
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The laughs last longer with the Date Night Extended Edition, which includes a never-before-seen scenes and added footage not shown in theaters! Steve Carell and Tina Fey are a match made in comedy heaven in this uproarious adventure about an ordinary couple in the right place...on the wrong night. Phil and Claire Foster are a sensible, suburban husband and wife slogging through their daily lives and marriage. But a case of mistaken identity sets off an outrageous chain of events involving small-time thieves, big-city mobsters, corrupt cops and a crazed cabbie, as the Fosters’ “date night” turns into a wild ride they’ll never forget!
Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: An uneasy blend of action and comedy, Date Night doesn't quite live up to the talents of its two leads, but Steve Carell and Tina Fey still manage to shine through most of the movie's flaws.
June 22, 2017
Fey and Carell are better than this, but when the other options in the action-romcom territory inc...
June 22, 2017
Fey, in particular, finds herself in the situation of a prima ballerina unaccountably dancing with...
June 22, 2017
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Common Sense Says
Funny duo packs in the silly sex jokes, plus minor gun play.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this farcical comedy, filled with the kind of pratfalls, comic car chases, and silly humor of Tina Fey and Steve Carell that appeal to teens, is geared more toward adults. It contains sexual innuendo and coarse language throughout, plus mature themes related to married life, and episodes of violence and gunplay -- all played for humor. One long sequence takes place in a strip club and includes near-nude women, suggestive dancing, and the threat of violent behavior. There are multiple discussions of menstruation, infidelity, and sexual misbehavior. Strong language abounds ("asshole," "s--t," "penis," "whore" and one use of "f--k"). The leading characters are held at gunpoint and shot at many times, however, it's all comedic action and no one is injured or killed. One comic car chase results in dozens of crashes, shattered windows, a character hanging onto carhood, and a main character ending up in a river, unharmed.
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- Release Date:April 9, 2010
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD