Wayhomer Review #15: Date Night

Steve Carell and Tina Fey in Date Night

Episode #15 for Date Night, in which our protagonist talks about marketing brilliance, the danger of including incredibly funny outtakes on a so-so funny film, and the terrible trap of the title.

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  • So it really would have benefited from ‘Stepbrothers’ type performance where everything was improvised? That movie was genius, especially… the outtakes.

  • Dan: I think the best way to put it–since I don’t know how much of this was improvised–is it would have benefited by feeling a little less constrained. If they were improvised, they certainly didn’t pick the best takes, I guess I’m saying.

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