Night School, Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish ‘s comedy about adult troublemakers forced to get ready for the GED exam during night classes is not all that I’d hoped.
My very favourite moment in the whole nearly two hour duration of the movie is the beginning. Reason being, that’s when it had the most promise. Unfortunately though, from that point on my interest in the characters just decreased more and more as the film continued.
I definitely think that the movie should have been at least 20 minutes shorter. I like what it had to say about second chances and how instrumental the right teacher can be in getting the best out of seemingly difficult students. Nevertheless, I wanted the film to have my whole attention, without my mind wandering as it played. It’s therefore not as funny or engaging as the trailer had me hoping.
Give it a chance if you’re a big enough fan of Haddish, Hart and Taran Killam Just know that you probably won’t consider it one of their best movies.
In In Search Of Fellini,Ksenia Solo is a shy small-town Ohio girl who loves movies but dislikes reality. After discovering the delightfully bizarre films of Federico Fellini, she sets off on a journey across Italy to find him. Maria Bello and Mary Lynn Rajskub co-star while Taron lexton directs…
Although I can’t quite see myself going overseas specifically to search for my favourite director, I too really love movies. I also love to travel so perhaps any excuse to get on a plane to somewhere beautiful is good enough. I already like the Eat Pray Love (2010) vibe of this film. I’m going to hope that the end product is worthwhile.