History Film / TheDinnerGame

3rd Aug '17 2:23:50 PM Statzkeen
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* CrackOhMyBack: Brochand hurts his back playing golf, and spends most of the film nursing his back injury. Said injury is what prevents him from taking Pignon to the dinner in the fist place.

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* CrackOhMyBack: Brochand hurts his back playing golf, and spends most of the film nursing his back injury. Said injury is what prevents him from taking Pignon to the dinner in the fist first place.
31st Jul '17 1:51:10 PM Saveelich
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Remade in America as ''Film/DinnerForSchmucks''.

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Remade It was [[ForeignRemake remade in America America]] as ''Film/DinnerForSchmucks''.
31st Jul '17 1:50:44 PM Saveelich
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A 1998 French comedy by Francis Veber, '''''Le dîner de cons''''' (''The Dinner Game'') was a financial and critical success in France and in the United Kingdom. Based on Veber's long-running play of the same name, the movie won Best Scenario, Best Actor and Best 2nd Actor at the French Césars Awards. It remains a cult movie in France and one of the late Jacques Villeret's most beloved roles.

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A 1998 French comedy by Francis Veber, '''''Le dîner de cons''''' (''The Dinner Game'') was a financial and critical success in France and in the United Kingdom. Based on Veber's long-running play of the same name, the movie won Best Scenario, Best Actor and Best 2nd Actor at the French Césars Awards. It remains a cult movie in France and one of the late Jacques Villeret's most beloved roles.
25th Jul '16 9:05:30 AM longWriter
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* StopHelpingMe: Brochand to Pignon, after he's managed to fall on him.


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* UnwantedAssistance: Brochand thinks this of Pignon, after he's managed to fall on him.
24th Apr '16 1:44:41 AM Faberlich
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A 1998 French comedy by Francis Veber, '''''Le dîner de cons''''' (''The Dinner Game'') was a financial and critical success in France and in the United Kingdom. Based on Veber's long-running play of the same name, the movie won Best Scenario, Best Actor and Best 2nd Actor at the French Cesar Awards. It remains a cult movie in France and one of the late Jacques Villeret's most beloved roles.

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A 1998 French comedy by Francis Veber, '''''Le dîner de cons''''' (''The Dinner Game'') was a financial and critical success in France and in the United Kingdom. Based on Veber's long-running play of the same name, the movie won Best Scenario, Best Actor and Best 2nd Actor at the French Cesar Césars Awards. It remains a cult movie in France and one of the late Jacques Villeret's most beloved roles.
11th Aug '15 10:28:38 PM Medinoc
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* FalseReassurance: When Brochand tells a friend on the phone that Pignon "looks like a real winner". Pignon sees it as proof that he's going to get a book deal. Brochand knows his friends thinks about the dinner.

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* FalseReassurance: When Brochand tells a friend on the phone that Pignon "looks like a real winner".winner" ("''Il a une belle tête de vainqueur"''). Pignon sees it as proof that he's going to get a book deal. Brochand knows his friends thinks about the dinner.dinner.
** This phrase has undergone MemeticMutation in France, where it's now used for saying someone looks dumb/uneducated/redneck/etc.
27th Feb '14 4:28:02 AM Medinoc
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* CrackOhMyBack: Brochand hurts his back playing golf, and spends most of the film nursing his back injury.

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* CrackOhMyBack: Brochand hurts his back playing golf, and spends most of the film nursing his back injury. Said injury is what prevents him from taking Pignon to the dinner in the fist place.
26th Dec '13 7:00:34 PM DavidLev
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* JerkAss: Pierre Brochand, all the way
26th Dec '13 6:56:16 PM DavidLev
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** Also, Marlene Sasseur
27th Mar '13 2:52:31 AM Deusirae76
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A 1998 French comedy by Francis Veber, ''Le dîner de cons'' (''The Dinner Game'') was a financial and critical success in France and in the United Kingdom. Based on Veber's long-running play of the same name, the movie won Best Scenario, Best Actor and Best 2nd Actor at the French Cesar Awards. It remains a cult movie in France and one of the late Jacques Villeret's most beloved roles.

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A 1998 French comedy by Francis Veber, ''Le '''''Le dîner de cons'' cons''''' (''The Dinner Game'') was a financial and critical success in France and in the United Kingdom. Based on Veber's long-running play of the same name, the movie won Best Scenario, Best Actor and Best 2nd Actor at the French Cesar Awards. It remains a cult movie in France and one of the late Jacques Villeret's most beloved roles.
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