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Long time a movie that made me laugh out loud. This isn't masterpiece or anything, just little different kind of comedy for a while.
Basically the story like you can read from the plot (and name of the movie..) Couple is getting little bored with same routines every day, nothing ever changes. Then it does.
In the beginning I got lots of laughs and there were several really funny scenes at the restaurants, when couple knows each other so well and everything is kind of simple to both of them.
Then this movie gets pretty crazy.
This long "date night" (what is really funny every week one date night and same restaurant...) gets lot funnier when they decide simply to go to the CITY this time, everything messes up.
Dialogue and acting is very good, directing isn't bad either. Not too much stupid jokes there comes along something new all the time. Some jokes are more than one time used but it doesn't matter.
I liked it and best of all this wasn't one of those too romantic comedies that I don't like so much, its just simple normal bored couple getting nuts and everything changes.
Worth of watch if you usually get jokes in comedies which don't use every zillion times used simple jokes, more like intellectual and acting makes it even funnier when you see those faces during dialog and some stuff like that. Little predictable, I didn't care.
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