New York Times - 07/09/1999
"...[The film] features a particularly wry performance from Francis Huster..."
Los Angeles Times - 07/16/1999
"...THE DINNER GAME is a classic French verbal farce, in which, inch by imperceptible inch, things get beautifully and hysterically out of control..."
USA Today - 04/28/2000
"...[A] tight farce....The leads are wonderful..."
Sight and Sound - 12/01/2005
"[T]he movie is dominated by Villeret, and the wonderful, eye-rolling Keatonesque innocence he projects..."
From the creator of LA CAGE AUX FOLLES comes a tasty comedy of (table) manners. Pierre and his snobbish friends enjoy a cruel tradition, hosting dinner parties and seeing who can bring dullest, most idiotic guest. Pierre is confident he has found a real champion in Francois, an accountant whose favorite hobby is making matchstick models of famous tourist attractions. But the tables turn when Pierre gets stuck in his apartment for the weekend with Francois, and is forced to dine on his just desserts.