Dinner for Schmucks

Dinner for Schmucks

Director: Jay Roach Cast: Steve Carell, Paul Rudd, Zach Galifianakis
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Overview

Dinner for Schmucks

An ambitious executive accepts an invitation from his boss to attend a dinner party where high-powered professionals make fun of unsuspecting dimwits in this remake of Francis Veber's 1998 comedy The Dinner Game. Upwardly mobile executive Tim (Paul Rudd) has just landed his company an extremely wealthy Swiss client when his boss, Lance (Bruce Greenwood), invites him to an exclusive, yet unusually mean-spirited dinner party where each of the high-powered executives brings a guest to make fun of. Recognizing that his long-awaited promotion is finally within reach, Tim begins to have second thoughts about participating in the elaborate charade when his longtime girlfriend, Julie (Stephanie Szostak), the successful curator at a local art gallery, voices intense disdain for the idea. The following day, Tim is looking for a way out of the dinner when fate throws the perfect guest right in front of his luxury car. Barry (Steve Carell) is a sweet but dim-witted IRS agent with an unusual hobby: he creates elaborate dioramas featuring stuffed mice. His latest project is "The Last Supper," and he's just put the finishing touches on a tiny mouse Jesus to set at the center of the table. Tim knows that Barry is his ticket to a big corner office on the seventh floor, but the closer the party looms, the more he realizes that his bumbling new acquaintance isn't just an idiot, but also is a magnet for chaos.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/04/2011
UPC: 0097363492344
Original Release: 2010
Rating: PG13
Source: Dreamworks Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 1:54:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; Behind The Scenes With The Cast; Deleted Scenes; Outtakes Reel

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Steve Carell Barry Speck
Paul Rudd Tim Conrad
Zach Galifianakis Therman
Jemaine Clement Kieran Vollard
Stephanie Szostak Julie
Lucy Punch Darla
Bruce Greenwood Lance Fender
David Walliams Mueller
Ron Livingston Caldwell
Larry Wilmore Williams
Kristen Schaal Susana
P.J. Byrne Davenport
Andrea Savage Robin
Randall Park Henderson
Lucy Davenport Birgit
Chris O'Dowd Marco, the Blind Swordsman
Jeff Dunham Lewis the Ventriloquist
Octavia L. Spencer Madame Nora, the Pet Psychic
Patrick Fischler Vincenzo, the Vulture Lover
Rick Overton Chuck, the Beard Champion
Eric Winzenreid Patrick
Nicole LaLiberte Christina, Bird Girl
Maria Zyrianova Monique, Bird Girl
Scott Weintraub Matire D'

Technical Credits
Jay Roach Director,Producer
David Leroy Anderson Makeup
Gary Barber Executive Producer
Alan E. Baumgarten Editor
Roger Birnbaum Executive Producer
Sacha Baron Cohen Executive Producer
Michael Corenblith Production Designer
Jim Denault Cinematographer
Scott Garcia Special Effects Supervisor
David Guion Screenwriter
Michael Handelman Screenwriter
Josh King Associate Producer,Asst. Director
Barry Koper Makeup
Laurie MacDonald Producer
Kenneth McLaughlin Sound Mixer
Walter Parkes Producer
Lauren Polizzi Art Director
Jon Poll Editor,Executive Producer
Patrick Rousseau Camera Operator
Amy Sayres Executive Producer
Theodore Shapiro Score Composer
Francis Veber Executive Producer
Mary Vogt Costumes/Costume Designer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Dinner for Schmucks
1. Scene 1 [:00]
2. Scene 2 [:00]
3. Scene 3 [:00]
4. Scene 4 [:02]
5. Scene 5 [:00]
6. Scene 6 [:00]
7. Scene 7 [5:04]
8. Scene 8 [5:27]
9. Scene 9 [4:10]
10. Scene 10 [6:07]
11. Scene 11 [2:47]
12. Scene 12 [3:02]
13. Scene 13 [6:21]
14. Scene 14 [3:05]
15. Scene 15 [5:58]
16. Scene 16 [8:23]
17. Scene 17 [4:51]
18. Scene 18 [3:12]

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Dinner for Schmucks 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
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Missmimi2 More than 1 year ago
"Dinner for Schmucks" really is for schmucks!!! Three of us watched it about a third of the way through waiting for a good laugh. We finally gave up and turned the thing off. Not funny, really terrible---save your money!!!
McNastyNF More than 1 year ago
OK, "40 Year old Virgin" was a pretty good movie... Stop trying to make magic happen again. Steve Carell rehashes his boringly eccentric, over the top character (the office, that one movie where he plays the idiot spy) we get it steve you can act over the top without trying, congrats. Please spare us the reminder of this fact in every movie you do, say no next time drivel is offered to you. The only thing "outrageously funny" about this movie was how outrageously hard they tried to milk comedy from each scene. Well the milk had dried up the instant the cast and script met on this one, and became an utter disappointment; which is hard to do when expectations are low to begin with.
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