A group of troublemakers are forced to attend night school in hope that they'll pass the GED exam to finish high school.
Now this one was kinda like The Breakfast Club. Coincidences huh?
But they actually learn something in this one. It may not be as classy, but it felt genuine. It had feeling - just like the former. Whenever Kevin Hart's involved you know there's going to be some crazy too, but it's the good kind in this one. Mostly. He doesn't talk too much either. Could've done fine without the vomit and some of those other bits but hey... the rest makes me consider those bits as minor disturbances, and when it's all over you feel like you really want to grab life by the neck and take a hold of it for real. I'm doing it. Motivation. Even if you did your school and graduation.
The cast basically consists entirely of comedians, excluding Fat Joe who, oddly enough, actually comes off as one of the most entertaining ones in the bunch. And most intense. And most truthful. Props.
The chemistry good between all of them, though that does go in phases, and I like to think that all the disturbing bits were Rob Riggle. Not Hart. What can I say? Just doesn't seem like his style... props Tiffany Haddish, Bresha Webb and Romani too. And the others. They make a good crew.
There are some loose ends though. The roof, for one. How did they get out of that one? And hey, wait for the outro. ;) It's not all flawless, but it's a blast all the way through, and with a good message to boot. Not bad.
rated 4/5: fo shizzle