Dre and his Mom are forced to move to China as times are tough in Detroit and if Dre’s mom wants to stay employed than this is their only option. Dre quickly get his eyes stuck on a girl but also becomes the uninitiated enemy of the son of her families close friends. Dre proceeds to get beat up and grows to hate living in China in quite a hurry. But when an opportunity arises for the unsuspecting maintenance man to teach Dre how to use Kung Fu it will put him on a path of discipline and help ease him into Chinese society.
If Date Night were a blind date between you and another person (as opposed to what, I don’t know) then I would say that the date is going pretty well. Sure there are times when some traits are revealed that you aren’t really sure if you want to stick around for, and sometimes they make some nervously ill-conceived jokes that you laugh at to be nice, but overall you genuinely had a good time and were glad you didn’t need to get a friend to call with an “emergency” to allow you to bail out early.
The date that this story revolves around takes a different path than the hypothetical mentioned above. In Date Night, Phil and Claire Foster try to add a little spice to their marriage by going out to a fancy dinner in the city. Unfortunately they do this without making a reservation, but instead of leaving they decide to take on the identity of the Tripplehorns since they bailed on their table. Unfortunately for the Fosters, they don’t even get through their dinner before two men pull them from their meal and accuse them of doing something in a case of mistaken identity, starting off the most dangerously adventurous date of their relationship. [Read more...]