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‘Ride Along 2’ Cruises to $1.26 Million at Thursday Night Box Office “Ride Along 2” cruised to $1.26 Million at the Thursday night previews. Starring Kevin Hart and Ice Cube, the sequel to 2014’s “Ride Along” is tracking to open a little under $41 million — that’s the same three-day total that the original debuted with in the same Martin Luther King Day weekend slot two years ago.

Ride Along 2 Both Loud And Flat — A Review Ice Cube and Kevin Hart return for Ride Along 2, a comedy in which their cartoonish personas are stretched to the breaking point. And despite a few chuckles and one inventive moment, the film’s chief achievement is filling its runtime with loudness. Set some time after the events of the first picture, Ice Cube’s James Payton is convinced to bring his soon to be brother-in-law, Hart’s Ben Barber, to Miami for a “milk run.” James’s objective: retrieve a hacker named A.J. to decrypt a flash drive obtained from a weapons smuggler in Atlanta.

Universal Pictures has released anothernew trailer for their upcoming comedy sequel "Ride Along 2."Kevin Hart and Ice Cube lead the returning lineup of Ride Along 2, the sequel to the blockbuster action-comedy that gave us the year’s most popular comedy duo.Joining Hart and Cube for the next chapter of the series are director Tim Story, as well as Cube’s fellow producers—Will Packer, Matt Alvarez and Larry Brezner—who will produce alongside Cube.Have a look at the new trailer below."Ride Along 2" is set to hit theaters on January 15, 2016.

'Ride Along 2' TV Trailer Sends Kevin Hart & Ice Cube to Miami A new 'Ride Along 2' sneak peek debuted during last night's 'Empire' Season 2 Premiere.

‘Ride Along 2′ Trailer: Kevin Hart and Ice Cube Reunite in Miami This weekend’s Straight Outta Compton takes us back to Ice Cube‘s roots as a gangsta rap pioneer. This week’s Ride Along 2 trailer brings us back to his present as an actor (among other things) who’s really good at playing cranky cops. The action-comedy sequel reunites Ice Cube’s James with Kevin Hart‘s Ben, who is now a full-fledged cop. The two stumble onto a big case that takes them to Miami, where Ben proceeds to screw things up as usual.

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Film Review: 'Get Hard'

Latino Review - Fri, 2015-03-27 15:37

Film Review: 'Get Hard' Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart team up in the new comedy "Get Hard". Both are great comedic talents, so one would expect a film featuring them would be a laugh riot. Unfortunately, "Get Hard" is far from it.In the movie, Ferrell play James King, a wealthy hedge fund manager who lives a life of luxury with his fiancee, played by "Community" star Alison Brie. King is a well meaning guy, but kind of clueless and walled off from reality in his giant mansion.

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Film Review: 'Get Hard'

Latino Review - Fri, 2015-03-27 15:37

Film Review: 'Get Hard' Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart team up in the new comedy "Get Hard". Both are great comedic talents, so one would expect a film featuring them would be a laugh riot. Unfortunately, "Get Hard" is far from it.In the movie, Ferrell play James King, a wealthy hedge fund manager who lives a life of luxury with his fiancee, played by "Community" star Alison Brie. King is a well meaning guy, but kind of clueless and walled off from reality in his giant mansion.

Review: GET HARD, Two Men, Two Races, One Joke Less a movie than a set-up for a haggard series of intended comedy blackouts, the new film Get Hard relies far too heavily on the well-established screen personas of Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart to be successful on its own meager merits. Ferrell, working without the net of an established property for the first time since 2012's The Internship, retreats into the safe haven of a dim, dense, lovable mug, a wealthy financial expert named James King who is pleasantly oblivious to everyone other than himself.

SXSW Review: 'Get Hard' Starring Will Ferrell & Kevin Hart It's hard to think of two people on this planet who are funnier than Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart. So the idea of pairing the them in some kind of mismatched buddy comedy sounds, at least on paper, like a stroke of genius, especially since the core concept was concocted by Ferrell and his frequent collaborator Adam McKay (who directed Ferrell in "Step Brothers" and both "Anchorman" movies). All of this makes Ferrell and Hart's "Get Hard" even more of a crushing disappointment.

While whoever decided to put Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart in a movie together probably got a promotion, but it's not rocket science: the latter is one of the biggest, hottest comedy names at the moment, while Ferrell just has to show up and a movie becomes 17% funnier (this is scientifically proven, so don't argue). And together they're bringing "Get Hard" to the masses and a new red-band trailer for the laffer has arrived. The premise is straightfoward: Ferrell plays a hedge fund manager convicted of fraud of headed to San Quentin.

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