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Don’t worry. It still dazzles.
The stellar cast couldn’t save this comedy from falling flat.
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An exploration of family alongside a celebration of creativity.
A lot more to offer than just being an exercise in trope regurgitation.
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Rogen and Theron are funny as all hell.
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Proves optimistic and full of enough feel-good humanity.
Both a victory lap and unexpected nostalgia trip.
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