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Daily Writing Journal: Wednesday Film, Movie 0r Boxset Night - Night School

A feel-good comedy,  starring Kevin Hart, Tiffany Haddish. There isn't much to say as the plot is convoluted but if you can lose yourself in the plot and you can get with it you'll enjoy it. A few nice twists with plenty of gags and one-liners from Kevin Hart, Tiffany Haddish and the support cast. I even shed a few tears at the end.

Kevin Hart plays a deluded salesman who thinks he is great but he is really a loser. At some point, he burns down his workplace and ends up with no job. However it turns out,  he is a high school dropout with no GED so he has to go back to school before he can get decent job. Lots of adventures, a few laughs but it is what it is.  I'm not going into because it's convoluted and no real storyline but overall fun to watch with some nice twists to keep the viewer hooked. A few sentimental moments made to make you go aww....

And a nice ending. Unpredictable in a predictable way. Nice and funny, even pushing inspiring if you finish the movie. Well get that far. So yes, worth watching if you can, but don't expect too much. If you have no expectations you'll enjoy it!


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