The breezy, casual attitude accompanied by action-packed shootouts and fistfights make this one a goofy, feminist good time.
Overall this is a still a well-crafted, straightforward documentary that paints an interesting portrait of one of the most brilliant legal minds America has ever known.
When things veer into heavy territory, comic relief quickly enters from stage left at just the right moment.
It’s a formulaic underdog story that, while mostly tiresome and bland, could prove to inspire some of the budding dreamers who watch it.
The plot is thin, the characters shallow and stereotypical, and the laughs nonexistent.
It’s easy to get suckered in by “Office Christmas Party,” a movie with a who’s who cast of accomplished comic actors and a fun sounding holiday theme.