Ice Cube, far left, Olivia Munn and Kevin Hart in a scene from "Ride Along 2."
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LOS ANGELES: With the same brand of silliness and a bit more creativity than the original, "Ride Along 2"doesn't pretend to be anything more than what it is: A sequel offering a second helping of exactly what worked the first time around. The original "Ride Along" topped the box office for three straight weeks when it opened in January of 2014, collecting $150 million returns on its modest $25 million budget. Since this is a buddy-cop movie, it wouldn't be complete without car chases and explosions, and the fancy rides and fireworks in "Ride Along 2" reflect the film's larger budget.Although "Ride Along 2" has fancier trim than the original, it's really just the same old ride.
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