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  • 2018
  • R
  • 100min
  • 56%
  • 6.6 / 10

The film Tag is centered on a group of five friends that have always played a month-long game of tag since they were children. The main rule of the game is that the last person to get tagged will be “it” for the next year. One of the members is Jerry, and he has never been tagged in all the years they have played because of his cunning ability to avoid the friends during the month as well as his athleticism. To add to the fact that Jerry has never being tagged, it is announced that he will no longer be playing the game of tag after this year because he is getting married. The group of friends travels to Jerry’s wedding with the goal of being able to finally tag him in his final year. The group goes through many exciting adventures together in the pursuit of Jerry and a lot is revealed about their lives and their plans for the future as they are all growing up.

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movie facts

Tag is based on a true story of a group of friends that have been playing a game of tag since they were children. At the end of the film, there are video clips from the original group of men that have been playing tag all these years. The group of men are still all friends and continue to play tag to this day one month of the year, and as they have gotten older their plans to tag each other have gotten more and more complex.


about the movie

Tag is a comedy film that was released in 2018. It stars Ed Helms, Jake Johnson, Annabelle Wallis, Hannibal Buress, and several other comic actors. The film was directed by Jeff Tomsick and had a budget of $28 million. It wound up grossing $78.1 million in box office sales worldwide and is considered to be a success to the studios that produced it. The general consensus on the film is somewhat mixed, with a 57% rating on Rotten Tomatoes it falls right in the middle as far as films go. Critics generally consider it to be a decent action comedy, but it is not as well reviewed as some other comedies out there.