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A seemingly perfect couple along with their equally perfect teenagers, move into an upscale gated community. The Joneses have better goods and game than any other family in town. The only problem is they're not a family -- they are employees of a stealth marketing organization, and they know how to make everyone else want what they've got.
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A seemingly perfect family moves into a surban neighborhood.
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|Miami Herald Connie Ogle Though it's entertaining when the tone is light, The Joneses can't quite keep up with this sort of complexity.|
|ReelViews James Berardinelli Solid performances from David Duchovny (in a cleaned-up version of his Californication character), Demi Moore (defying age), Ben Hollingsworth, and Amber Heard can't save the movie when the screenplay goes as limp as a noodle and turns into a long string of clichés.|
|New York Daily News Elizabeth Weitzman A sharp sendup of suburban conformity and American materialism, The Joneses does burn through its credit by the end. But it's flashy enough to catch our eye, and keep our interest nearly all the way through.|
|San Francisco Chronicle Mick LaSalle The beauty of The Joneses is that the salesmen are as much the victims as the people they're deceiving.|
|Washington Post Dan Kois Unfortunately, the movie's second half drags, never again achieving the first half's level of narrative dexterity.|
|USA Today Claudia Puig Crass materialism and ridiculous marketing ploys are skewered by writer/director Derrick Borte in this uneven cautionary tale that starts off incisively funny, then devolves into preachiness.|
|Orlando Sentinel Roger Moore The Joneses manages a deft blend of the sexy, the sad and the silly. And Borte doles out his secrets and surprises in ways that make it easy to keep up with these Joneses.|
|New York Observer Rex Reed Surprising, inventive and crisply, merrily written and directed by Derrick Borte, The Joneses is a brisk, captivating entertainment. Think Ozzie and Harriet on speed.|