(VVNG.com)- Sure… this flick might make you jealous that you can’t have a Christmas party at your office that is totally crazy and completely epic, but that feeling will only last for half of this movie. Then you are slowly going to realize that it would be outrageously irresponsible of you to do anything that is remotely as wild and out of control as what happens during this insane shindig. In the end you are going to be more appreciative of the quiet and calm potluck that your office usually has during the holidays. Luckily for everyone, we can enjoy watching the characters in the movie go freaking bonkers and engage in some hilarious situations while we sit back and forget that we have to be responsible adults for the rest of our lives.
I thought this movie had very good and very witty humor. The whole audience and I were laughing out loud during this rowdy, fun and funny flick. There are a lot of famous actors that come out in this movie and other actors/actresses that you might not know by name but they will definitely make you go: “Hey I know that guy/girl, I love him/her in that one show/flick!” I liked how the film does a good job making me feel excited for the party when they are preparing for it and then making me have fun during the actual social DYS-function. I did NOT, however, like or enjoy that there were some nude scenes in the flick that were gratuitous, unnecessary and unfunny.
I give this flick, The “Checky™ Seal of Approval!” It’s not the best movie I’ve ever seen or anything and it definitely won’t be winning any Oscars but it’s sure as heck funny and entertaining. The festivities get crazier and crazier until they kind of just become exhausting and the actual party turns into an afterthought but that’s OK. There’s loads of jokes and side stories that will keep you amused and far from bored. The aforementioned graphic nudity and everyone’s potty mouths make this a very “R” and very grownup movie. So leave your kids at home and go pretend you’re partying like it’s 2016 while you laugh it up and enjoy this knee slapping, untamed and over the top flick.
So, what did you think of Office Christmas Party? Do you agree or disagree with me? Which flick are you checking out this week? What is your favorite Party movie of all time? Let me know in the comments below. Have a great day at the movies and don’t forget to save me some popcorn.
T.J. Miller stars as Clay Vanstone, the manager of the branch, of a tech company, that is failing and is in danger of being shut down by none other than his sister, Carol Vanstone (Jennifer Aniston), who is the CEO of the company. The only way to save the company is if Clay throws a legendary Christmas office party with the help of his loyal friends and coworkers, Josh Parker (Jason Bateman), Tracey Hughes (Olivia Munn) and Mary (Kate Mckinnon) that will, hopefully, impress a client enough to want to make a multi-million dollar deal with them.