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Dec 29, 2016
Keegan-Michael Key was by far the funniest part of the movie. While the relationship between James Franco's character and Bryan Cranston's character drove the plot (an original and amusing plot at that), the movie fell short with being a little too one dimensional with it's humor. It seemed as though every joke had a punchline that was far too similar to every other joke told, so by the end of the film there wasn't much more to laugh at. Even amidst all that, the premise itself is amusing and the actors all give fairly good comedic performances despite a one-layered script.
Jan 6, 2017
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