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Movies and TV shows are Certified Fresh with a steady Tomatometer of 75% or higher after a set amount of reviews (80 for wide-release movies, 40 for limited-release movies, 20 for TV shows), including 5 reviews from Top Critics.
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A good-natured must-see for fans of broad, silly comedies with a little something under the surface too. While the film struggles at the start as Tatum and Hill share little chemistry, they improve minute by minute. 21 Jump Street is nothing like the original series but it still manages to do just enough to earn your laughs.
Vacation isn't a waste of your time or money, because you will laugh. But it's not something you will remember the next week. It's not a classy comedy, but isn't as raunchy as you would think, it's right in the middle ground.
The closest we've come to a Will Ferrell Greatest Hits movie. Surprisingly sweet and sneakily hilarious, Daddy's Home will pleasantly surprise you when it lets loose. If it all ends in cornball reconciliation, the dumb, fuzzy smile it leaves suggests it's well earned.
It's a terrible waste of talent. A mix between drama and comedy that never finds the proper way to tell its story and wastes the great cast it has. There's too much going on and too little character development for this to become a Christmas classic.
An unapologetically silly movie that manages to hit the right notes, this free-wheeling comedy makes up for its corny premise with sharp writing and acting. What saves the film are its two leads, who aren't afraid to show their sensitive sides -- along with other parts of themselves. For the first time ever Kevin Hart mellowed out and didn't scream his lines like a chipmunk on amphetamines.