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The House (2017)

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A dad convinces his friends to start an illegal casino in his basement after he and his wife spend their daughter's college fund.
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Seven Days
Will Ferrell will turn 50 in a week or so. How sad for him-and his fans-that Cohen's birthday gift is the biggest flop of the comedy legend's career.
July 06, 2017
It's all meant to be wild and crazy, but somehow it seems simultaneously nasty and dull.
June 30, 2017
Student Edge
The House is a dark enterprise, and often unsettling, which is not what you usually want from a Will Ferrell flick.
July 06, 2017
New York Daily News
Broad comedies are always something of a roll of the dice. And while The House isn't an absolute disaster, it's undeniable that this is one that's crapped out.
June 30, 2017
NOW Toronto
The House is one of the worst, unfunniest movies of the year.
July 06, 2017
Sacramento News & Review
The movie takes an idea with a slender thread of promise and does absolutely nothing with it, dissolving instead into unrelieved stupidity.
July 06, 2017
The House is a solid, if unremarkable, big studio comedy with fleeting moments of humor peppered throughout its runtime.
July 05, 2017
Austin Chronicle
Instead of catching fire, The House just sits there collecting dust and mold.
July 06, 2017
AV Club
The pace is hectic, but the jokes just aren't there.
June 30, 2017
Los Angeles Times
Instead of writing actual characters, they've hired a gaggle of beloved comedians to do bits based on stereotype and persona, and have concocted a cockamamie suburban crime story that manages to be both bizarre and incredibly thin.
June 30, 2017
Chicago Sun-Times
There's more character development (and more believable plot turns) in a typical "Saturday Night Live" sketch.
June 30, 2017