We’re ranking the films and shows of Tina Fey. We start with her Certified Fresh works, including the oft-quoted 30 Rock, which saw the Saturday Night Live alum stay within the NBC wheelhouse, along with high school classic Mean Girls and Disney’s Muppets revival sequel Most Wanted. Fey’s Fresh films include Date Night, the rom-com that felt all but inevitable with the other titan of quirky and awkward comedy Steve Carrell, and two movies with Amy Poehler, Baby Mama and Sisters. —Alex Vo
Critics Consensus: Liz Lemon continues to fire off tart zingers in a resilient fifth season that maintains 30 Rock's streak of innovative -- if somewhat inconsistent -- gags, pulled off with tremendous heart.
Critics Consensus: It regurgitates plot points from earlier animated efforts, and isn't quite as funny as it should be, but a top-shelf voice cast and strong visuals help make Megamind a pleasant, if unspectacular, diversion.
Synopsis: Though he is the most-brilliant supervillain the world has known, Megamind (Will Ferrell) is the least-successful. Thwarted time and again... [More]
Critics Consensus: An uneasy blend of action and comedy, Date Night doesn't quite live up to the talents of its two leads, but Steve Carell and Tina Fey still manage to shine through most of the movie's flaws.
Synopsis: Dragged down by the daily grind, suburbanites Phil (Steve Carell) and Claire (Tina Fey) try to invigorate their marriage by... [More]
Critics Consensus:Sisters' sharp blend of pathos and vulgarity, along with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler's effervescent chemistry, are more than enough to make up for the handful of laughs this coming-of-age comedy leaves on the table.
Synopsis: When their parents decide to sell their home, siblings Maura (Amy Poehler) and Kate (Tina Fey) learn that they have... [More]