The Movie Expected To Dominate The Box Office This Weekend Might Surprise You

David Hookstead | Smoke Room Editor-in-Chief

Kevin Hart’s new movie “Night School” is expected to dominate the box office this weekend.

The Hollywood Reporter reported the following Thursday:

Tracking suggests Night School will laugh past $30 million in its domestic debut. The film reunites director Malcolm D. Lee, producer Will Packer and Universal, the winning trio behind the 2017 box-office hit, Girls Trip. Night School has the added advantage of a friendlier PG-13 rating; Girls Tripwas rated R.

The comedy follows a group of misfits who are forced to attend night school in order to pass their GED exams (Haddish plays their teacher).

This is a bit surprising to me because this movie looks absolutely awful. There’s nothing about it that seems appealing to me. Not a single thing. Check out the trailer below, and I think you’ll understand what I mean.

What about this movie looks appealing? What about it at all? How is the concept even that funny? It’s just not. (RELATED: DRUNK KEVIN HART HAD A ROUGH NIGHT IN MINNEAPOLIS)

When I first saw this trailer a couple months back, I actually thought I might like the movie. Yet, the more I think about it, the more I start to think it’s going to be awful.

Don’t get me wrong here. I like Kevin Hart. The dude is hilarious, but I’m just not feeling this one from him. I could end up being totally wrong, but I highly doubt it at this point in time.

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