First cinema movie produced screenplay of screenwriter Michael LeSieur in around 7 years with his most recent theatrical feature film produced screenplay being The Maiden Heist (2009). See more »
When the Gaffneys and the Joneses are at the restaurant eating, the amount of water in the cups changes between shots. See more »
Okay, can you guys tell us anything at all?
I'm not Greek. I'm Israeli.
Can't tell you.
Come on. Are you guys even married? Can you even tell us that?
[Tim and Natalie look at each other]
Yes. That actually you can't fake.
But that's it? Everything else was a lie?
[Tim shrugs while drinking coffee]
I mean, 'cause I think when you told me that you hated your job, that seemed real. I mean, from an HR perspective. That seemed real.
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Written by Ali Dee (as Ali Dee Theodore), Benny Reiner (as Benjamin Mark Reiner), Koichiro Sakata and James Keith Petrie
Performed by Kojoe
Courtesy of LDJ Entertainment LLC d/b/a The Practice Worldwide See more »
This film was a lot of fun! A suburban couple dedicated to their kids, careers and cul-de-sac neighborhood have their orderly lives upended by new neighbors who seem a bit larger than life and turn out to be just that. The film has fun with the characters (whose personalities drive a lot of the humor), their reactions to their changing situations, with everyone trying to keep their priorities straight. The conventions of spy movies are entertainingly employed and spoofed. Overall, a good mix of humor and action, and also has a sense of respect for all the characters.
Being in a similar stage of life and circumstances to the main characters (minus the car chases, explosions and such) likely added to the enjoyment.
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