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The likably awkward chemistry of Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg remains intact in "American Ultra," a violent stoner action-comedy that's half "Pineapple Express," half "The Bourne Identity," and not as good as either.Stewart and Eisenberg, who starred together in the splendidly low-key summer comedy "Adventureland," again come together as a mutually mop-headed tandem that matches Eisenberg's stuttering unease with Stewart's deadpan cool.Few in the movies would be a more unlikely secret agent than Eisenberg.The assembled talent could use more character development and a little more wit in place of the sadistic, fun-draining comic-book action scenes that increasingly co-opts the comedy – which is too dependent on the eventually tiresome joke of Eisenberg as action hero.As is often the case, Stewart's the best thing in the movie.
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