Office Christmas Party


Action / Comedy

Plot summary

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Top cast

Jennifer Aniston Photo
Jennifer Aniston as Carol Vanstone
Jason Bateman Photo
Jason Bateman as Josh Parker
Olivia Munn Photo
Olivia Munn as Tracey Hughes
Vanessa Bayer Photo
Vanessa Bayer as Allison
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771.86 MB
English 2.0
24 fps
1 hr 45 min
P/S 3 / 8
1.6 GB
English 2.0
24 fps
1 hr 45 min
P/S 3 / 12

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by gilgongo19802 / 10

very weak entertainment

The film didn't entertain me and was boring at times. It wasn't comedy because it wasn't funny. The music and the plot were cruelly bad. Because of the happy end I am generous and give 2/10.

Reviewed by deloudelouvain7 / 10

So much haters, so much people I don't want anything to do with

I just finished watching Office Christmas Party without reading the reviews first. And now that I just read a couple pages of reviews I realize once again that there are a whole lot of humorless people walking on this planet. Not that it is the greatest comedy ever, far from that, but there are for sure enough sequences to make you have a good time. I just wonder what does make those negative reviewers laugh. Probably nothing. There are a lot of people that just never laugh, never have any fun in their pretty boring lives. I'm so lucky my wife has the same sense of humor as me, so that we have fun every day of the year. The story in the movie is not to be taken serious because it's just a comedy. Maybe with some stupid humor but it's still way better then a lot of other comedies. Kate McKinnon made me laugh the most, but the other comedians all added their bit as well to make it an enjoyable comedy to watch. Just don't expect too much of the story because it's not the point to have a great story, it's just about the fun.

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle6 / 10

plot needs some focus

It's almost Christmas and Josh Parker (Jason Bateman) just got cleaned out by his divorce. He sells internet servers at Zenotek's Chicago branch under reckless head Clay Vanstone (T.J. Miller). Vanstone's dead father used to run the company. His sister Carol Vanstone (Jennifer Aniston) is the interim CEO and threatens to fire much of the branch. Parker, Vanstone, and Tracey Hughes (Olivia Munn) have to save the day by getting a contract from Walter Davis (Courtney B. Vance). Despite Carol canceling the office Christmas party, they throw one anyways to entice Davis. Mary (Kate McKinnon) is the strict HR lady and Jeremy (Rob Corddry) is her mortal enemy. Meghan (Jamie Chung) refuses to dress appropriately. Allison (Vanessa Bayer) is the single mom looking for love. Fred (Randall Park) seems like a nice guy but hides a secret kink. Nate (Karan Soni) gets teased for his imaginary girlfriend and hires prostitute Savannah (Abbey Lee) from pimp Trina (Jillian Bell). Joel (Sam Richardson) surprises by being the DJ. Carla (Da'Vine Joy Randolph) is the sassy security guard.

The cast is comically solid. They are all doing well but the movie may be overloaded. The vast cast follow their own plot in the chaos of the party. It needs to tie the specific group into one plot, mainly trying to seduce Davis. The plot needs to be solely going in that one direction to give the movie structure. The final plot resolution does feel like an older comedy where something magically saves the day. While the group is full of great comedic talents, the movie lets them scatter to do their own side plot instead of concentrating on the main plot.

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