This film may not be one of the greats, but it was enjoyable to watch. The characters and their histories are established at the start of the game night. As the film starts, you think it’s just run-of-the-mill, but as it continues, you find yourself wrapped up in the parody that is the film. It even begins with a great commercial for Frito-Lay’s Tostitos. I mean really, it’s about a page long as the characters talk about Tostitos. The film has twists and turns that keep you on your toes, even if you see them coming. This one is great for a movie night at home, but it’s not Oscar-worthy. Still, it’s worth a watch.