Tag Archives: Kevin Hart

The Upside (2019) Review

A POIGNANT (YET FLAT) HOLLYWOOD REMAKE   Hollywood is still fascinated with remakes and it’s a paradoxical thing for major motion picture studios to “bank” on when crafting feature length movies. The idea of reimagining a cinematic narrative and repurposing it for a new modern moviegoing audience is something that seems to work, especially in the profitable eyes of film

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Night School (2018) Review

A COMEDY WITH AN OKAY-ISH PASSING GRADE   Over the years, Kevin Hart has proven to be a “bankable” star in this current age of Hollywood. This comedian-turned-actor started out in the comedy club circuit (winning amateur comedic competitions landing some small roles in several projects, including Judd Apatow’s short-lived TV series Undeclared as well as several films like 2002’s

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Kevin Hart: What Now? Review

BIG PEFORMANCE, SAME OLD HART   Over the past couple of years, comedian / actor Kevin Hart has become a staple in mainstream media, producing laughs with his loud, absurdity, and cartoon-style humor. While he’s recently taken the center stage of feature films, including the Ride Along movies, Get Hard, The Wedding Ringer, and Central Intelligence, Hart has always been

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