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Malcolm D. Lee's "Night School" brings together the potent combo of Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish, but this tepid if amiable sitcom-stretched-into-a-movie elicits differing grades for its two comic powerhouses.Too much of "Night School" is coated in redemption schmaltz (Hart's storyline) or is missing Haddish (Hart's storyline).The teaming up of Haddish and Hart goes down as a missed opportunity. Though she makes Carrie easily the film's most human character, Haddish isn't given enough room to let loose; "Night School" is really Hart's film. And, like countless studio comedies of the past few years, "Night School" is a straightforward concept that relies too much on the charisma of its performers to carry a weak script.
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