In the grand scheme of all movies ever made—including, say, FW Murnau’s exquisite 1927 silent film Sunrise and the totally useless 2015 Entourage movie — the line between a super-awesome Marvel movie and a bad one is cellophane-thin.
Only a fool would say that Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish aren’t hilarious. But only a dumbass would argue that their new comedy, Night School, isn’t the worst kind of lazy, laughless, paycheque-begging twaddle. What is it with stars who think that their responsibility to audiences stops at showing up?
The last time I saw The Koi Boys live (so to speak) I was in an audience of two and they only performed one song – a pitch-perfect rendition of doo-wop favourite “Sh-Boom”, the same song that catapulted them to stardom during the blind audition round of reality singing show The Voice Australia.