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Keeping Up With The Joneses

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Every couple has a few secrets. The Joneses just happen to have quite a hefty one – they are actually spies

Keeping Up With The Joneses available in Sky Cinema on demand. Cert 12. Also available in HD

In an inspired piece of casting, Zach Galifianakis (Baskets) plays Jeff Gaffney (no relation to Dean, sadly) – a human resources guy who lives in the suburbs with his beloved wife, Karen, played by Isla Fisher (Nocturnal Animals). A glossy new couple with terrifyingly symmetrical faces moves into their cul-de-sac – Tim Jones (Jon Hamm, Mad Men) is a travel writer with a penchant for glass blowing, and Natalie Jones (Gal Gadot, Wonder Woman) is a social media consultant/food blogger/volunteer with Sri Lankan orphans. The Gaffneys suspect the Joneses are just too good to be true – and how right they are.


Produced by Laurie MacDonald and Walter F Parkes – whose credits together include Gladiator and Men In Black – and directed by Greg Mottola of Superbad and Arrested Development fame, this film is firing on all cylinders.


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Keeping Up With The Joneses is available in Sky Cinema on demand. Also available in HD. Cert 12

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