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Movie: Date Night (2010)

One ordinary couple. One little white lie.

Date Night (2010) is an action comedy movie about a case of mistaken identity that turns a couple's romantic date night into a thrilling all-night run-and-hide.

Synopsis: Phil and Claire Foster (Steve Carell, Tina Fey) are just a typical suburban couple with two hyperactive kids. One night, they decide to spice up their date night by going to a posh Manhattan restaurant. Nightmare begins when they "steal" the reservation and assume the identity of the Tripplehorns. It is then they are plunged into a night of mistaken identity, crooked cops, mob boss Joe Miletto (Ray Liotta), and a corrupt district attorney Frank Crenshaw (William Fichtner) while they try to find the real Tripplehorns (James Franco and Mila Kunis) with the help of Holbrooke Grant (Mark Wahlberg).

There are many more names - the supporting cast. E.g. Gal Gabot as Holbrooke Grant's girlfriend. You should remember Gal, the gorgeous female Israeli biker from Fast & Furious 5. Also, there's Taraji P. Henson as Detective Arroyo. She also stars in The Karate Kid, the one with Jackie Chan and Jaden Smith. And, not missing out Leighton Meester as Katy, the Fosters' kids' babysitter. Remember Leighton Meester from The Roommate?

Being an action comedy, this movie gives you enough comedic relief to laugh at and also heartwarming pointers to ponder upon, especially about the reality of the life of married couples. Does a marriage break down when it enters the routine phase? Does romance still abound although life is mundane? How do you spice up your marriage life when things start to get a little too routine and boring? And so on and so forth.

If you want some hearty laughs and food for thought, you might want to watch this movie. :)


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