Steve Carrell and Tina Fey show a lot of chemistry and provide numerous amount of laughs in the action-comedy, "Date Night". However, some subpar writing and editing make this film lose it's identity. There are some moments that are comedic gold that end up feeling more ho-hum than they could have been. Some scenes are unnecessarily long while other are not long enough. The all-star lineup in this movie makes it a fun ride though. The small roles for Mark Ruffalo, Ray Liotta, Kristen Wiig, Gal Gadot, Mark Wahlberg, James Franco, and Milas Kunis add star power, but also strong acting. They story is fun, but doesn't shake any of the typical tropes of a "mistaken identity" story. The screenplay fails to live up to it's potential star power and settles into mediocrity. The crime that the couple get into is though out decently, and is believable. The acting is great and the action for the most part is really fun. Fey and Carrell take the parts they were given and add their own spice to them which makes them fun to watch. The narrative between the main couple is stereotypical, but does add a motive for the characters to do what they do. It is just too bad that it is not better put together than it is otherwise it could have been a great comedy. It is neither bad nor great, it is just a middle of the road comedy. Overall, I give this film a 6.5/10.