<pre><pre>A whole hart but few laughs from Kevin! Comments about BRIAN VINER Night School

Night School (12A)

Verdict: Comedy without devices.

Classification:

Kevin Hart produced, co-wrote and starred in this outrageously awkward and witty comedy, for which he is the culprit.

He plays Teddy Walker, a student who leaves high school in Atlanta, who loses his job as a grill vendor when the store explodes due to his elaborate proposal to his improbable perfect high-flying girlfriend.

To get a job decent enough to impress her, not to mention her stalker father, she has to enroll in evening classes taught at the same school where she failed her exams years before.

Kevin Hart produced, co-wrote and starred in this outrageously awkward and witty comedy, for which he is the culprit.

Kevin Hart produced, co-wrote and starred in this outrageously awkward and witty comedy, for which he is the culprit.

Kevin Hart produced, co-wrote and starred in this outrageously awkward and witty comedy, for which he is the culprit.

Inevitably, the boy who hated him the most at that time is now the director.

With Tiffany Haddish playing the unorthodox night school teacher (her techniques involve a boxing ring), and a series of stereotypes (the imbecile, the rebel, the housewife trying to improve herself, the Mexican immigrant) , there is a series of episodes without joy that could remind those of you who remember the television of the seventies, of Mind Your Language, a comedy that we would all prefer to forget.

In general, it is a desperately poor meal, which in the audience I was in, produced precisely three half laughs (I counted).

I confess to smile when Teddy gets a job at an evangelical fast food store called Christian Chicken, but that was it.

Despite his silly charisma, Hart, who calls himself Jerry Lewis, an African-American, can not save himself from this weak comedy.

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