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Holmes & Watson what can I say, it was awful all around. Ferrell played Watson and John C Reilly was Holmes they were better in Step Brothers and Talladega Nights but this was painful to watch. It was a waste of time, it was not funny at all, just not good enough. There were cameos by Hugh Laurie as Holmes brother and Billy Zane in tribute to Titanic scene. The villains were played by Ralph Fiennes and Kelly Macdonald. Great cast, okay script, but just not funny at all, skip this one altogether.
Isn't It Romantic stars Rebel Wilson who is the star architect for her firm in New York City where she gets mugged and hits her head leaving her in unconscious state. She wakes up finding herself in a romcom, where love surrounds her every which way she goes. I am not a fan of Wilson but she was hilarious along with Adam DeVine, Liam Hemsworth and the beautiful Priyanka Chopra. The movie was witty, fun and definitely enjoyable to watch. All the romcom typical songs, storylines and love scenes come together in one common flick. I would definitely recommend this one, especially on a date night.
Night School stars Kevin Hart as a high school drop out who decides to take Night School to get his GED to find a better job. The movie was kind of dull it could have had a better script, it was a typical Kevin Hart flick. Rob Riggle and Mary Lynn Rajskub made the movie better without them I it wouldn't have been any better. Haddish was a delight, she acted as the no nonsense teacher who put Kevin in his place. Overall it was an okay movie, with a few laughs but I wouldn't watch it again.
Life of the Party stars Melissa McCarthy whose husband dumps her and she ends up going back to school to get her degree with her daughter. The story resembles Back to School with Rodney Dangerfield. There were some scenes that ran too long that it wasn't necessary. The fun cast included Maya Rudolph, she was hilarious, she made the movie watchable. It also included Stephen Root, Gillian Jacobs as another student who had just come out of coma, and Julie Bowen who stole Melissa's husband from her. It was an okay movie, but I can't see myself watching it again.
Tag stars Ed Helms, Jon Hamm, Isla Fisher, Jake Johnson and Jeremy Renner as friends from grade school who have been playing the game of Tag for over 30 years. The movie is based on true events who still play the game. The guys have been trying to tag each other but Jeremy Renner's character has been reigning champ of never being tagged. This is one of the funniest movies I have seen in such a long time. It was fun, with a great cast except for Hannibal Burgess, but overall it was a very good movie with a a good life learning message. We forget how to play as we get older. Although the premise of the movie was about being tagged, Renner didn't get the idea of being tagged to bring each other together. Great movie, definitely add this to your list.