Tag (2018)

Tag (2018)

Tag (2018)

Every year since primary school, five highly competitive friends (Jeremy Renner, Ed Helms, Jake Johnson, Hannibal Buress and Jon Hamm) stage an epic, no-holds-barred game of tag. As in: "tag, you're it". This year, the only undefeated player is getting married which makes him an easy target...

2018Rating: M, Crude sexual humour, coarse language and drug use100 minsUSA
Comedy

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Tag (2018) / Reviews

Flicks, Steve Newall

Flicks, Steve Newall

"Can’t keep runnin' away", The Pharcyde proclaim in Runnin', their 1995 single that bookends Tag. Elsewhere the music supervision department has worked overtime to cram in the classics (Danzig’s Mother, Ozzy’s Crazy Train, Ice-T’s Colors), but it’s that Pharcyde hook that sets up the film and its truth-is-stranger-than-fiction premise - what if you could keep running away, perhaps in a game of tag that’s lasted thirty years?

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Variety

Variety

"Tag" leaves audiences energised and, dare I say, inspired, having delivered all that outrageousness... in service of what ultimately amounts to a sincere celebration of lasting human connections.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

Surprisingly, there's emotional resonance in this slapstick flick about friends who are terrified to hug.

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The Age

The Age

Despite the occasional mockery of action-movie cliches, Tag contains more tame, ad-libbed banter than inventive chase sequences.

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Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

Tag contains more tame, ad-libbed banter than inventive chase sequences.

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Stuff

Stuff

Tag really isn't a film with much on its mind except to entertain you. And at that it mostly succeeds.

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Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

"Tag" is, like the game itself, a whole lot of rambunctious fun.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Tag is neither bad nor good, but rather, despite its out-there story, almost numbingly ordinary: an easy, breezy action-com that's sometimes amusing but rarely funny, competent rather than inspired.

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FilmInk

FilmInk

...a film that is not only funny but rather exciting in its workings...

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