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The Joneses (2010) Movie Information

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The Joneses (2010)
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Overall Rank:

14998

Avg. Rating:

2.14/4

# of Ratings:

28

Genres:

Comedy, Drama

Rating:

R

Language:

English

Theater Date:

04/16/2010

DVD Release:

08/10/2010

Director:

Chris Tyrrell

Actors:

James Shalkoski Jr.
Stacey Cruwys
Amy Ulrich
Tony Wright
Kevin Cirone
Leila Girard

 

 

 

 

Plot Outline:

A seemingly perfect family moves into an upper-class neighborhood, but are really just a plant for a marketing ploy designed to sell high-end merchandise. Things are complicated when real feelings come into play for the fake family. -- Chris Kavan

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dukeakasmudge 08/13/2011 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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0.5/4 

A 1 hour and 33 minutes long boring infomercial

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moviebuffpotts 06/14/2011 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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2.5/4 

at the core of this movie is romance. this movie is charming and funny. the actors shine is this movie its got charm, humor and sweet romance. this is a warm and fuzzy movie that you can watch with the kids. i enjoyed it alot. out of 5 stars i rate this movie at 3.5. hope you enjoy it too.

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GJ81 05/09/2010 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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2.5/4 

I love the idea, an undercover sales team posing as a family in wealthy American suburbs, and for awhile the film works, and is interesting. But sure enough it runs out of steam about an hour in, and we're left with a silly, predictable romance and an anti-consumerism message that puches its audience in the face over and over again. Worth watching? Yes, but it wil be forgotten about in a year.

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11/20/2011 (1 of 1 found this helpful)

Interesting topic, nicely packaged.

This movie seems to be in the same sort of category as 'thank you for smoking'. Another movie that has a moral, although not as strongly pointed out.
This is also the biggest issue I have with this movie. Although I enjoyed to watch it, the category in which to place this movie isn't very clear. The genre is supposed to be 'comedy and drama' and sure it has some funny moments but I wouldn't call it a comedy. There are some dramatic and romantic events in the movie but it wouldn't do the movie justice to describe it as a 'drama'. The most interesting thing about this movie is the underlying moral, how modern-day advertising works and how consumerism determines our everyday lives.
The packaging around this topic has been done well, instead of turning it in yet another documentary it is we...

Rating of
2.5/4 

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