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Movie-wise, the office Christmas party is the great dismantler of white-collar worker-bee life.The only things to burst forth when the eggnog starts flowing in "Office Christmas Party," though, are slow-motion party montages that exist for nothing but the film's trailers, and further reflections on the sad state of the studio comedy."Office Christmas Party" and its filmmakers have little feel for how to utilize its funny cast, or for what it wants to unleash. Speck and Gordon, who set their film in a handsome Chicago high-rise, have a movie with all the trimmings, but none of the jokes.The early scenes, pre-romp, are the film's best."Office Christmas Party" opens in Beirut-area cinemas Thursday.
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