The writers of Horrible Bosses have come up with another wild and raunchy comedy-drama flick Plot A very competitive married couple Max and Annie love to

Game Night Movie Review

Game Night Movie Review English Movie Review
Review for the film " Game Night"
Runtime: 1 Hour 43 Minutes
Certificate: A
Released: 23-02-2018
3.5 / 5.0



  • Producer:
  • Music Director:
  • Cliff Martinez
  • Editor:
  • Jamie Gross
  • David Egan
  • Gregory Plotkin
  • Director:
  • John Francis Daley
  • Jonathan Goldstein
  • Costume Designer:
  • Debra McGuire
  • First Assistant Director:
  • Jonathan McGarry
  • Director of Photography:
  • Barry Peterson
  • Stunt Director:
  • Paul Burke
  • Executive Producer:
  • Marc S Fischer
  • Line Producer:
  • Marty P Ewing
  • Visual Effects Producer:
  • Valerie Cement
  • Casting Director:
  • Rich Delia
  • Still Photographer:
  • Hopper Stone
  • Distributor:
  • Karo Premiere
  • Roadshow Films
  • Warner Bros
  • Sound Effects Editor:
  • Dan Kenyon
  • Assistant Editor:
  • Sara Wallace Bennett
  • Screenplay Writer:
  • Mark Perez
  • Grip:
  • Mike Black
  • Gaffer:
  • James M Cox
  • Music Editor:
  • Louie Schultz
  • Production Designer:
  • Michael Corenblith
  • Casting Associate:
  • Adam Richards
  • Casting Assistant:
  • Coco Kleppinger
  • Costume Assistant:
  • Shelby Anne Tompkins
  • Makeup Artist:
  • Tracy Ewell
  • Special Effects Makeup Artist:
  • Todd Watson
  • Hair Stylist:
  • Shunika Terry
  • Special Effects Coordinator:
  • Dean Tyrrell
  • Special Effects Technician:
  • Richie Bearden
  • Stunt Coordinator:
  • Steven Ritzi
  • Stunt Performer:
  • Alessandro Folchitto
  • Digital Compositor:
  • Alexis Belanger
  • _Supporting Actors:
  • Joshua Mikel
  • Kabby Borders
  • Kelly Johns
  • Kyle Chandler
  • Kylie Bunbury
  • Lamorne Morris
  • Michael C Hall
  • Michael Cyril Creighton
  • Natasha Hall
  • Danny Huston
  • Chelsea Peretti
  • Camille Chen
  • Sharon Horgan
  • Jason Bateman
  • Jesse Plemons
  • Rachel McAdams
  • Billy Magnussen
  • Set Dresser:
  • Michael Corrigan
  • Special Effects Studio:
  • Tyrrell FX & Rentals
  • Boom Operator:
  • C Douglas Cameron
  • Key Grip:
  • Kerry Rawlins
  • Set Designer:
  • Vincent Bates

The writers of Horrible Bosses have come up with another wild and raunchy comedy-drama flick.


A very competitive married couple, Max and Annie, love to have game nights on a regular basis. That excitement and challenge are what keeps their marriage going. They get together with their friends and colleagues on set dates to enjoy very interesting board games. They invite all their participants to their house to have these game nights. This time Max’s brother, Brooks, also comes along. He calls all the participants over to his house for a very elaborate and real life like a game. The stakes in this game are extremely high, and it involves kidnapping and is more of a life and death game. Soon, the game turns into reality, and all the participants are herded and stand against a very cunning and smart thug. What is Brooks’ secret? Why is he being kidnapped? Will everyone survive this game?


With a very sharp and witty script and an extraordinarily brilliant direction, Game Night turns out to be one of the best entertainers of this genre. The movie has echoes of the dark comedy for which Mike Perez, the writer of the script, is responsible. It takes the theme of the real-life games gone wrong a little too seriously. The movie on the surface seems to be a run-of-the-mill movie, but it isn’t. The movie sucks you in with all the suspense and the thrill. It attracts you with the back stories of all the characters and all their characteristics, and you feel for those characters, which very rarely happen in a comedy movie. The back-stories flesh out in this movie, unlike most comedies where they are provided only to develop the characters. Some parts are very predictable, but others, in their twists and turns, are quite unimaginable. The screenplay is smartly done and the dialogues are so witty and raunchy that they keep the audience on their toes. John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein did a commendable job with the script and the direction. The movie has the potential to become a hit, and its proving to be one.

Star Performance

Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams play the lead role with such finesse that the movie feels so believable. Kyle Chandler in his portrayal of the smug brother was very suited. The rest of the cast provided the necessary characters to the film very authentically.

What’s there?

1) Thrilling adventures into the bad bowels of the city

2) Well developed comedy that provides the necessary laughs

3) A brilliant script

What’s not there?

1) There are some loopholes in the movie which are easily avoided


Game Night is great fun to watch, and this kind of movie has come out after a long time.