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.
It’s been 10 years to the month since Mamma Mia! set the world’s box offices on fire with an unlikely pastiche of 30-year-old ditties being karaoked on a Greek island floating somewhere near London’s Pinewood studios – and now here we go again.