Keeping Up with the Joneses
Keeping Up with the Joneses is a 2016 American action comedy film that features a family who got entangled in an espionage courtesy of the neighbors who are government spies.
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Critics Of "Keeping Up with the Joneses"
November 29, 2016 The only redeemable thing about this film, is the performance of its cast. However, the material simply isn't worthy of their efforts. [Full review in Spanish]Read in Source
December 19, 2016 Viewers who can't get enough of Galifianakis or Hamm will enjoy seeing the two spar onscreen, delivering in spades the unexpected phrasing and smoldering smirks each actor does so well.Read in Source
December 03, 2016 It's the "see what sticks" type of mainstream movie-making, predicated upon little more than throwing obvious elements together.Read in Source
October 22, 2016 Structured with the kind of obviousness that makes you outwit the screenwriter and then hate movies in general, Greg Mottola's painfully generic suburban spy comedy wastes everybody's time, onscreen and off.Read in Source
Globe and Mail
October 21, 2016 This story of the spies next door is wooden and slow-paced with enough intrigue to lull a toddler to sleep.Read in Source
October 21, 2016 As long as there's suburbia, there will always be movies about near-middle-aged couples reckoning with their dull lives.Read in Source
The Sunday Age
December 09, 2016 Despite being directed by Gregg Mottola (Superbad, Paul), the comic scenes play out with often banal interplay that barely has a whiff of improvised mayhem, while the action sequences are essentially generic.Read in Source
October 21, 2016 Even by mainstream studio comedy standards, Keeping Up with the Joneses is poor. It plays like it was conceived in a Hollywood pitch meeting and has zero connection to human reality.Read in Source
October 24, 2016 The script sets up the action part of the movie with an interminably laborious and close-fitting literalness that hardly lets any of the actors breathe.Read in Source
October 21, 2016 Keeping Up With the Joneses is as blandly generic as its title, a comedy that telegraphs every beat with a one-sentence description of the premise and continues the cinematic squandering of Zach Galifianakis since The Hangover.Read in Source
December 05, 2016 Without a fresh approach, the film settles for product placement and the pedestrian, perhaps under the delusion that pedestrian is an equivalent for tried and true. It isn't.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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