Office Christmas Party

5.8 IMDb
7 December 2016 Release
$ 45 000 000 Budget
10 Votes

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When the CEO (Jennifer Aniston) tries to close her hard-partying brother's branch, he (T.J. Miller) and his Chief Technical Officer (Jason Bateman) 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.

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Movie Comments

  1. jmarinko925, 1 month ago
    I could kick myself for not catching this in theatre's during the holidays. I am however glad I caught up and saw it recently. Funny from beginning to end and less cheesy than a lot of holiday comedies. Of course there is some exaggerated save the day through the internet jargon at the films end but this is comedy people come on! The entire cast was a blast from start to finish highlighted by TJ Miller. Set in the atmosphere of the kind of parties that companies just can't have nowadays. Jason Bateman, Jennifer Aniston, Olivia Munn and supporting cast were excellent. In this holiday film that like Bad Santa was underrated upon it's release should be getting it's jest due in years to come.
  2. Jeff2sayshi, 1 month ago
    There's a reason they say comedy is the hardest genre to get right. If a joke doesn't hit just right, it stands out as a groan moment. Office Christmas Party is a great example of this.

    The story is fairly simple and is just an excuse for an old school work party, which means alcohol involved. TJ Miller's character needs to save his branch of a company from being closed by his sister, played by Jennifer Aniston. The way they're going to do that is by landing a major client, by showing him the office spirit. From there, things go off the rails.

    Up until the party starts the jokes are being thrown, but most miss the mark, or land softly. There are a couple good laughs in the first half, but it's truly the second half of the movie that shines. Once the party starts, the alcohol is flowing and the whole thing goes off the rails laughs become far more plentiful.

    The other thing worth noting is to make note of who the actors are. This is one of those scripts were the actors were given carte blanche to improvise their lines. That means if you find the actors funny you'll love this, if you find them horribly unfunny you'll want to fast forward. Fortunately there are enough characters that there should be somebody you like.