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Office Christmas Party

Office Christmas Party
Movie: Office Christmas Party(2016)[tt1711525] When the CEO (Jennifer Aniston) tries to close her hard-partying brother's branch, he (T.J. Miller) and his Chief Technical Officer (Jason Bateman) must rally their co-workers and host an epic office Christmas party in an effort to impress a potential client and close a sale that will save their jobs.
Title Office Christmas Party
Release Date 7 December 2016 (UK)
Runtime
Genres Comedy
Production Companies DreamWorks, Reliance Entertainment, Amblin Partners
Jason Bateman
Jason Bateman...
Josh Parker...
Olivia Munn
Olivia Munn...
Tracey Hughes...
T.J. Miller
T.J. Miller...
Clay Vanstone...
Jennifer Aniston
Jennifer Aniston...
Carol Vanstone...
Kate McKinnon
Kate McKinnon...
Mary...
Courtney B. Vance
Courtney B. Vance...
Walter Davis...
Jillian Bell
Jillian Bell...
Trina...
Rob Corddry
Rob Corddry...
Jeremy...
Vanessa Bayer
Vanessa Bayer...
Allison...
Randall Park
Randall Park...
Fred...
Sam Richardson
Sam Richardson...
Joel...
Karan Soni
Karan Soni...
Nate...
Jamie Chung
Jamie Chung...
Meghan...
Abbey Lee
Abbey Lee...
Savannah...
Da'Vine Joy Randolph
Da'Vine Joy Randolph...
Carla...

Reviews

Troy_Campbell on 6 December 2016
December always brings with it a raft of Yuletide yarns that are often fun but not overly great. This crude comedy continues that trend with an enjoyable yet completely disposable romp about the epic eponymous work shindig. When laidback office head Clay Vanstone (T.J. Miller) is warned his Chicago department (inherited from Daddy) is going to be closed down unless he can secure a big contract, his solution is to throw an expensive party with live animals, lots of booze and the promise of bonuses. Of course the proverbial hits the fan and everything that can go wrong, does. Think The Hangover: Xmas Edition where we actually witnessed the night unfold before seeing everyone wake up with killer headaches and life lessons learnt. The gags fly at a million miles an hour with some sticking and some not, but it coasts by on it's super light mood and the sense that this group of extremely funny people are just having a blast hanging out on set and cracking jokes. Miller's man-child and Kate McKinnon's HR by-the-book weirdo are the standouts, and Jason Bateman's and Olivia Munn's more sensible employees are fine (although lacking chemistry as love interests), however Jennifer Aniston and Rob Corrdry are total misfires which bore throughout. The film also dovetails quickly when it gives a pimp subplot way too much attention, and the save-the-internet finale is dumb even by a popcorn comedy's standards, although the eclectic Christmas-themed soundtrack is surprisingly good. The epitome of a throwaway movie, Office Christmas Party maintains a certain level of enjoyment with its breezy vibe and the occasional laugh-out-loud gag, but is ultimately forgettable.

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