Le Diner de cons could have been a great film, and it might have looked good on paper, but the on-screen result is that of a film that is unfocused, with poor attempt at humor, and yes, I do get
The Dinner Game (original title: Le Dîner de Cons – English: «Dinner of Fools») is a 1998 French comedy film written and directed by Francis Veber. It is a film adaptation by Veber of his play Le Dîner de Cons .
Music by: Vladimir Cosma
Jul 20, 2012 · When Pierre decided to play a game to see who could bring the biggest idiot to a dinner party he never imagined he’d be the one playing the fool. But when Pierre’s selfish ways come to light
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Apr 15, 1998 · Le dîner de cons (original title) PG-13 | 1h 20min | Comedy | 15 April 1998 (France) To amuse themselves at a weekly dinner, a few well-heeled folk each bring a dimwit along who is to talk about his pastime.
The Dinner Game should further chip away at the stigma that subtitled films have suffered in recent years. It won’t cross over (at least not until the DreamWorks remake in the works happens), but it should prove worth a detour to a lot of upscale moviegoers.
Le Dîner de cons is a cut above most mainstream French comedies, reminiscent of those old American screwball comedies with its quick-fire exchanges and wildly escalating comic situations. However, whilst highly enjoyable, it does have one or two blemishes that are hard to overlook.
The Dinner Game (Le diner de cons) (English Subtitled) (177) IMDb 7.7 76 min 1999 G Pierre Brochant, a Parisian publisher, attends a weekly «idiots’ dinner», where guests, mostly his prominent Parisian businessmen friends must bring along an «idiot» who the other guests can ridicule.