Game Night (2018) 720p YIFY Movie

Game Night (2018)

A group of friends who meet regularly for game nights find themselves entangled in a real-life mystery.

IMDB: 7.410 Likes

  • Genre: Comedy | Crime
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 848.70M
  • Resolution: 1280*800 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 100
  • IMDB Rating: 7.4/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 44 / 555

The Synopsis for Game Night (2018) 720p

A group of friends who meet regularly for game nights find themselves entangled in a real-life mystery.


The Director and Players for Game Night (2018) 720p

[Director]Jonathan M. Goldstein
[Role:Director]John Francis Daley
[Role:]Kyle Chandler
[Role:]Rachel McAdams
[Role:]Jason Bateman


The Reviews for Game Night (2018) 720p


Don't listen to some of these bad reviews...it was a pretty good comedyReviewed bypappyspriteVote: 8/10

To be honest, it's not an academy award film but it's much better than what some reviewers wrote. I won't say much, but I thought the casting was good and it was a silly, corn-ball type of movie that you're onviously not dgoing to take too seriously. I thought the actor who played the police officer was the highlight of the movie.

Mainstream comedy done rightReviewed byeddie_bagginsVote: 7/10

While unlikely to ever be regarded as a classic side-splittingly hilarious comedy kingpin, Game Night is a refreshing and original mainstream experience, which is far and away the best high-profile Hollywood comedy to come our way in sometime.

Directed by Horrible Bosses writing duo and Vacation director's John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein, Game Night takes the one-time nerd only board game night to the big-time as we find ourselves a part of a games night with a difference as Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdam's game loving couple Max and Annie and their collection of friends find themselves trying to rescue Max's successful brother Brooks (played brilliantly against type by Kyle Chandler) from a real-life hostage situation.

It's a high concept central idea and one that works thanks to Daley and Goldstein's assured and often imaginatively constructed direction and the ability for the film to both not take itself too seriously or not playing to the lowest common denominators.

It feels like many moons since a comedy of this ilk wasn't filled with unnecessary profanities, sex jokes and loud-mouthed side characters but thankfully Game Night largely avoids these comedic pitfalls and just focuses itself on telling a genuinely good story with a large collection of jokes that work on their own merits.

It's great to see Daley and Goldstein advance from their Horrible Bosses writing breakthrough and the relative misfire of their updating of the Vacation series as Game Night is without question the most assuredly filmed Hollywood comedy in sometime.

David Fincher himself would be proud as the duo give the film a visual flair and pizazz not often found in such genre films, from the way in which they shoot some establishing shots like a real-life board game or an eye-popping keeping's off sequence in a glamorous house, Game Night is filled with visual gems that when combined with Drive and Neon Demon composer Cliff Martinez's score, create a memorable mood and setting.

Coinciding with Daley and Goldstein's wins is the work of the films cast. Jason Bateman is as Jason Batemany as you'd expect but surrounded by the likes of Rachel McAdams (who looks like she's never had this much fun) and a downright hilarious Jesse Plemon's as Max and Annie's super awkward and potentially serial-killer like neighbour Gary, the whole cast elevate each other's work to a level that makes you hope this isn't the last game night we will be spending with this colourful bunch.

Final Say -

Like any good games night, Daley and Goldstein's film provides a lot of fun, laughs and genuinely memorable times. Game Night is Hollywood comedy filmmaking done right and by avoiding the problems that have faced its recent cohorts (overlong running times, unnecessary vulgarity, annoying characters); Game Night becomes a highly recommendable night out at the movies.

4 Fabergé egg's out of 5

Not A Comedy Not A Drama, But An Interesting HybridReviewed bygarethvkVote: 7/10

Max (jason Bateman), and his wife Annie (Rachel McAdams), are a lovingcouple who met during a trivia night at a bar. Gaming has been a regularpart of their lives, and they are often involved with hosting game nightsfor their friends. Max and Annie seems have it all save for a family andwhen it is determined that stress may be leading to the problem Maxattempts to resolve the issue. Max has issues with his older brotherBrooks (Kyle Chandler), who he sees as ultra-successful and rubbing hissuccess in his face. The fact that Max has not seen his brother in a whileis not an issue, the fact that the brother who seems to beet him ineverything has returned is enough to set the mild-mannered Max on edge.After an enjoyable game night, Brooks offers to host the next one andalthough Max knows this is just Brooks looking for a way to show off hishouse, he accepts the invitation.

Upon arrival, Brooks tells Max, Annie, and their friends that they will beplaying a mystery night where a group of actors will stage a kidnappingand they must unravel clues to solve the mystery. The fact that Brooks isoffering a prized car that Max has long coveted is all the motivation heneeds to winn the competition.

The game starts and a group of goons arrive and rough up Brooks and kidnaphim in front of the guests who all think this is part of the show. Theysoon come to reallize that Brooks may not be the person he claims to bendthat the kidnapping may indeed be real and not part of a scripted game.

What follows is a mix of comedy and dramatic mystery that while unfoldingslowly at times,is filled with some funny moments and great characters.Bateman has his likable everyman persona down well in the film and thesupporting cast does a great job playing in the wacky adventure withoutevery getting to madcap. The breakout star of the film is Jesse Plemonswho plays Max and Annie's creepy police neighbor who is deeply disturbedfollowing the breakup of his marriage and has taken things to a new level.You will want to stay through the credits as there are some extra sceneswhich round out the film nicely. "Game Night", is a pleasant enough filmthat cannot quite determine if it is a comedy or dramaedy, but it doesenough good things to make it an enjoyable outing.

3.5 stars out of 5.

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