Starring: Jason Bateman, Olivia Munn, T. J. Miller, Jennifer Aniston, Jillian Bell, Courtney B. Vance, Kate McKinnon, Jamie Chung, Rob Corddry, Abbey Lee, Karan Soni, Matt Walsh



Comedy directed by Josh Gordon and Will Speck, the story centers on CEO, Carol (Jennifer Aniston) who tries to close her hard-partying brother’s branch, so he and his Chief Technical Officer rally their co-workers and host an epic office Christmas party in an effort to impress a potential client and close a sale that will save their jobs, but the party gets way out of hand.


Best Quotes


[seeing Carol enter the building who notices the Christmas decorations]
Security Guard: Ooh, somebody’s getting fired.
Clay Vanstone: Oh, no. it’s my sister.


Josh Parker: It’s Christmas, we should celebrate they say, just a little get together for the employees. Have a few drinks, blow off a little steam, nothing crazy.


Mary: Hi, Meghan. I thought I had been clear about the number of buttons that can be unbuttoned.
Jeremy: Are you body shaming her right now?
Josh Parker: Jeremy, come on.
Mary: It’s winter. Can we put Dancer and Prancer back in their stable.


Josh Parker: Hey, Allison. Is Clay in there?
[Josh comes over to Allison who is talking on her phone]
Allison: You f***ing m*therf***er! If I hear you let your stripper girlfriend put my children on her motorcycle one more time, I will Gone Girl you so hard.
[to Josh]
Allison: Hey, Josh. You can go ahead.
Josh Parker: I’m just going to go in.


Carol Vanstone: You’re having a Christmas party, tonight?
Mary: Oh, it’s not a Christmas party. It’s a non-denominational holiday mixer. More inclusive.
Carol Vanstone: Well whatever you call it, it’s not happening.
Clay Vanstone: Alright, it’s cancelled.
[he looks at Mary and mouths “it’s happening”]
Carol Vanstone: Hey, idiot, I’m looking right at you.
Clay Vanstone: Okay, we’re not doing it.
[looking at the others]
Clay Vanstone: We’ll still do it.


Mary: This is a sample cheeseboard for our holiday mixer tonight.
Carol Vanstone: I’m sorry, you’re having a Christmas party tonight? It’s not happening.
Clay Vanstone: Alright, it’s cancelled.
[he winks and mouths “it’s not” to Mary]
Carol Vanstone: Hey, idiot, I’m looking right at you.
Clay Vanstone: I’m telling you the thing is not happening at all.
[he looks at Mary and mouths “it’s happening”]
Carol Vanstone: I’m not messing with you. Hey! Stop doing that, alright!


Carol Vanstone: This branch is failing, I’m shutting you down.
Josh Parker: You got to give us a little bit of time to turn this around.
Carol Vanstone: Alright. If by some miracle you can close Walter Davis and his fourteen million dollar account, your jobs are safe.
Clay Vanstone: Done! You’ll see, you’re going to look so stupid.
Carol Vanstone: Then we’ll finally have something in common.
Clay Vanstone: Goddammit, she’s so mean!


Clay Vanstone: Nobody is losing their jobs!
Josh Parker: Yeah.
Clay Vanstone: That is a Josh and Clay Christmas promise.
Jeremy: Your promises are dog s**t!


Clay Vanstone: Guys, what if we show him the greatest time of his life at our Christmas party tonight? This is how we save everybody’s job.
Tracey Hughes: It’s not the worst idea.


Clay Vanstone: God, I know I haven’t asked you for much in this life. Granted, I was born rich. And white. And male. And straight. Except for that one time. But that’s Las Vegas. But tonight I need you to bless this party. This party has to rock.


Tim: [to Nate] Hey, so, are you going to be inviting your fake girlfriend to the holiday party later? I mean I just want to make sure you have time to inflate her.


Clay Vanstone: Walter, do you party?
Walter Davis: I used to.


[to Clay; reading a text message]
Mary: It’s “F-word, Christmas, B-word. Let’s get mother F-word drunk. Walter.”


[to the office party goers; makes an announcement on the microphone]
Mary: Tonight the decision you make will have consequences that will haunt you for the rest of your professional lives.


Mary: I’ve got doughnuts. I’ve got jelly and sprinkles, but not cronuts because they’re a bastard pastry.


[to the office party goers; makes an announcement on the microphone]
Mary: If you are going to have intercourse tonight please do not do it on company property. Go into the right A parking lot.
DJ: We’re talking right A baby making all night!


[a guy dressed in a Jesus outfit]
Party Goer: It’s my birthday.
Josh Parker: Ah, really committing. That’s nice.


Clay Vanstone: This party has to rock.


Josh Parker: Did you rent a live baby?
Clay Vanstone: What? It’s cheaper than you think.


[to Clay, who’s dressed in a Sana suit]
Trina: Hey, Santa, want to party?


Meghan: [sending a text] “Greatest party ever. Hashtag, open bar.”
Kelsey: Who are you sending that too?
Meghan: Everyone in Chicago.


Carol Vanstone: I’m CEO of Genotek, please just drive.
Uber Driver: I just dropped off four people there at that party tonight. They gave me three stars like a bunch of b**ches.
Carol Vanstone: What did you just say?
Uber Driver: I said they were a bunch of b**ches!


Trina: [to Clay] Pull over or I will shoot you p**is in the face!


Walter Davis: I love this company!
Carol Vanstone: What did you guys do to him?
Walter Davis: I feel alive!
[he swings on some lights towards the dance floor but instead crashes hard into an office cabinet]
Josh Parker: I think he meant to swing there.


Clay Vanstone: You know, the thing is, I told everybody they were going to be okay, but then they weren’t. And so, I broke a Christmas promise, which is basically the worst thing you can do.


Trina: I mean, it is so stressful being the boss. Nobody ever talks about that.
Clay Vanstone: No. No, not at all. And if you want to complain about it, everybody’s like, “Oh, boo-hoo you, rich Santa.”
Trina: Yeah, no one gives a s**t!


[referring to the reindeers in the elevator]
Tracey Hughes: Where did you get these?
Clay Vanstone: It’d be better if I didn’t say.


[Carol is pinning down a large man in a wrestler’s grip]
Josh Parker: You do not want to die at the hands of Lulu Lemon here. It’ll be really embarrassing for you, you’re a large guy and she’s made of nothing but salad and smartwater.
[the man taps Carol on the arm to let him go]
Carol Vanstone: No, no tap outs.


Josh Parker: Merry Christmas, Jeremy.
[we see Jeremy outside the office building, standing with his pants down and urinating in some flowers]
Jeremy: Great night, huh?