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The supporting characters are lifeless vessels in a movie that fails to break away from the traps of the hit-or-miss romantic comedy genre.
Lifeless bromantic comedy Flock of Dudes has all the celebrity cameos and latent sexism of Judd Apatow's adult coming-of-age stories but none of the lowbrow wit and sensitivity.
Too much talent for this few laughs.
This is a movie that disappoints because its cast is really giving it their all, but the script isn't on the same level as their performances - perhaps it just need a little more time to grow up.
Maybe it was wrong to expect more from Flock of Dudes because of its great cast, but ultimately, the film is only so-so. Much like the bromance at its core, it doesn't reach its full potential.
When the film's broadest caricatures actually reveal the deepest pain, that's funny.
You might ditch your friends, too, if they're anything like the obnoxious "bros" in this stale comedy.
What happens when a gang of merrie men split up in the interests of gaining maturity forms the basis of this generally sprightly comedy.
A pleasant, periodically hilarious feature that pokes fun at twentysomethings facing the pains of arrested development.
Flock Of Dudes is light on both bro-bonding shenanigans and worldly drama, despite boasting such an enviable cast of comedians.
This is a refreshingly mature comedy about folks who aren't very mature, but discover that it may not be a bad thing to do a little growing after all.
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