Writers: Andrew Dodge
Stars: Jason Bateman, Kathryn Hahn and Allison Janney
Releasing Date: 28 March 2014
Minding my own business is Guy Trilby (Jason Bateman) at the edge of a spelling bee for children. A father joins him and asks what the children of his was. But Guy has brought no offspring at the event – he took part himself. This he can, because he has found a loophole in the terms and conditions, which he now utilizes in order to decide the tournaments themselves. The parents of course do not like to see and chase after Guy won competitions out of town. Read Coming Soon Movies reviews for free without pay any charges.
Guy, it should be right, because he qualified with his victories for the national championship. Even if the tournament director (Allison Janney) masse stones lays in his way – extra difficult words to spell and placement in the pantry of a hotel – went Guy undeterred his way. To pursue him at every turn, it seems his worst competitor, the nine-year Chaitainya (Rohan Chand). Will this guy as he seeks to manipulate or simply a good friend?
Bateman, who has also taken the lead role opposite the director, plays Guy Tribly – and is certainly no angel. He curses, booze and has constantly having sex with a journalist who accompanied him on all the time while trying to figure out why he participates in tournaments at all. It can be revealed that he does not do it just for fun and the reason the figure also gives some depth. But primarily Guy is an asshole who his opponents – we are talking about children – tampered with nasty tricks and throws them as one by one from the tournament. The parents, of course, this brings up the wall, but Guy countered them with unheard curse word combinations that are screamingly funny.