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Max (Jason Bateman) and Annie (Rachel McAdams) are avid board game and trivia enthusiasts whose night of planned activity goes horribly wrong in Game Night.

PHOTO BY Max (Jason Bateman) and Annie (Rachel McAdams) are avid board game and trivia enthusiasts whose night of planned activity goes horribly wrong in Game Night.

MOVIE REVIEW: Dreadfully unfunny 'Game Night' wastes talents of all involved

The thing you have to keep in mind is, even a moderately budgeted low-rent film -- slated to be released in the absolute dead zone of a studio calendar -- employs hundreds of people. The utterly banal Game Night, for example, employs two directors (which we'll will get to shortly), six producers, a ...

MOVIE REVIEW: Dreadfully unfunny 'Game Night' wastes talents of all involved

The thing you have to keep in mind is, even a moderately budgeted low-rent film -- slated to be released in the absolute dead zone of a studio calendar -- employs hundreds of people. The utterly banal Game Night, for example, employs two directors (which we'll will get to shortly), six producers, a writer, some ...

Believe it or not: Living Biblically worth a look

I normally would cover this new comedy in Sunday's column, but it's already packed to the gills because the Olympics are wrapping up and lots of new and returning shows are rushing in to fill the void on Sunday and Monday.

ARKANSAS TRAVEL: Big history awaits out in the middle of a swamp in one of state's most secluded parks

A special exhibit now at the Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock can provide the impetus for a road trip to one of Arkansas' most secluded state parks.

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