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Médiafilm

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La réalisation de Jay Roach s'avère fruste et le niveau de jeu des deux vedettes, mal assorti, avec, d'un côté, un Paul Rudd trop effacé, et, de l'autre, un Steve Carell déguisé et grimaçant.

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Cinema Blend

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Steve Carell is not Jim Carrey and his great strength as an actor is in the way he convincingly plays the sympathetic everyman. Carell's too talented to blow it even when he's miscast, but he ends up bringing a lot of that everyman sympathy to a character who is absolutely not an everyman and would probably be funnier if he didn't have our sympathy.

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The New York Times

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It treads a careful boundary between nasty and sweet, balancing the rude humor of humiliation with an affirming, tolerant, almost scolding final message: Be nice! It dabbles in sexual naughtiness without dreaming of going too far into complicated zones of lust and betrayal. (The French version, as you might expect, goes much further.)

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Variety

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Paul Rudd plays the straight man, while Steve Carell charitably tackles the lonely loser who stumbles into his humiliation scheme, in "Dinner for Schmucks," an uproarious odd-couple remake of Francis Veber's hit.

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Lecinema.ca

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Dans 99% des cas, le résultat aurait été catastrophique et affligeant. Hors ce n'est pas le cas ici tant le rire est abondant et la chimie tout à fait opérable entre les deux têtes d'affiche.

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USA Today

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Based on the 1998 French comedy The Dinner Game, Schmucks is one of the rare remakes that improve upon the foreign-made original.

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