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Kevin Hart: What Now?

The problem with reviewing a stand-up comedy movie like “Kevin Hart: What Now” is that I don’t have very much to tell you. From a visual standpoint, these types of movies are rather minimalist. There are shots of the comedian prowling the stage intercut with shots of the audience howling with laughter. I noticed one content soul wiping tears from his eyes, a clear sign he got his money’s worth at the Lincoln Financial Field venue where this film was recorded.
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