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Carole McFaddan

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Steve Carell and Tina Fey in a comedic movie together? Do we even need to take two seconds before we decide if Date Night is a must see?

Steve Carell and Tina Fey in a comedic movie together? Do we even need to take two seconds before we decide if Date Night is a must see?

Phil and Clare Foster are just a boring married couple from New Jersey who have lost the glamour in their relationship. Their weekly date night is on the same night, at the same steak house, eating the same food, at the same table, and talking about the same things they talk about every day. After hearing of another couple’s divorce, the Foster’s try to spice up their night and hit the city. When they are unable to get a table at the hottest restaurant in town, they take the reservation of a no-show couple.

Little do the Fosters know the Tripplehorn’s, whose table they quickly stole, missed their own “date night” for a very good reason. The Foster’s become pawns in an intricate game of chess involving bosses, the cops, a broom, a peppermint hippo, a shirtless Mark Wahlberg, and more in effort to save their lives and their marriage.

Date Night, by 20th Century Productions, led the box office for Friday night, opening at a whopping $9.3 million in the U.S. and Canada, just ahead of last week’s Clash of the Titans at $8.4. Make sure to go see the king and queen of comedy in their first joint adventure.

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