Office Christmas Party is 2016 American Christmas comedy film directed by Josh Gordon & Will Speck and written by Justin Malen and Laura Solon, based on a story by Jon Lucas and Scott Moore. The film stars Jason Bateman, Olivia Munn, T. J. Miller, Jillian Bell, Courtney B. Vance, Kate McKinnon, Randall Park and Jennifer Aniston.
Movie Details :
- Directed by : Will Speck, Josh Gordon
- Produced by : Guymon Casady, Daniel Rappaport, Scott Stuber
- Screenplay by : Justin Malen, Laura Solon, Dan Mazer
- Story by : Jon Lucas, Scott Moore, Timothy Dowling
- Starring : Jason Bateman, Olivia Munn, T. J. Miller, Jillian Bell, Courtney B. Vance, Kate McKinnon, Jennifer Aniston
- Music by : Theodore Shapiro
- Cinematography : Jeff Cutter
- Edited by : Jeff Groth, Evan Henke
- Production companies : DreamWorks Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, Bluegrass Films, Entertainment 360
- Distributed by : Paramount Pictures
When the CEO tries to close her hard-partying brother’s branch, he and his Chief Technical Officer 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.
Office Christmas Party Movie Review :
Office Christmas Party (2016) Hollywood Movie Review By Entertainment Weekly
Aniston has a great time as the vampy, Krav Maga-ing Bitch Who Stole Christmas, and Miller’s willful idiocy is weirdly endearing.
Office Christmas Party (2016) Hollywood Movie Review By The A.V. Club
Assembling a whole comedy festival’s worth of very funny people isn’t a foolproof recipe for hilarity, but it should assure at least a decent number of laughs. Whether Office Christmas Party clears that very low bar depends on how generous you want to be — in this season of generosity — with the definition of “decent number” and “laughs.”
Office Christmas Party (2016) Hollywood Movie Review By Empire
In a year of Bad Moms, Bad Santas and Bad Neighbours, this is, essentially, Bad Employees: another irresponsible-adults comedy, another great cast, and another erratic script. Catch it for McKinnon.
Rating : 2/5
Office Christmas Party (2016) Hollywood Movie Review By Variety
Turn them loose, and this cast has nearly endless potential to be outrageous, and yet, the script…keeps interrupting the festivities with unnecessary details about whether the company will even be around tomorrow.
Office Christmas Party (2016) Hollywood Movie Review By The Wrap
A busy but witless and stale comedy that rehashes every raunchy gag we expect from R-rated comedies, it also wears its hackneyed sentimentality and cookie-cutter underdog story beats as proudly as adhesive nametags.