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Get Hard (Unrated)
Get Hard (Unrated)
- 1h 47m
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When millionaire hedge fund manager James King (Ferrell) is nailed for fraud and bound for a stretch in San Quentin, the judge gives him 30 days to get his affairs in order. Desperate, he turns to Darnell Lewis (Hart) to prep him for a life behind bars. But despite James' one-percenter assumptions, Darnell is a hard-working small business owner who has never received a parking ticket, let alone been to prison. Together, the two men do whatever it takes for James to 'get hard' and, in the process, discover how wrong they were about a lot of things – including each other. Get Hard Unrated is packed with even more hilarious moments not seen in theaters!
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Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: A waste of two fine funnymen, Get Hard settles for tired and offensive gags instead of tapping into its premise's boundary-pushing potential.
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Common Sense Media
Common Sense Says
Comedy riffs on wealth gap, race but relies on stereotypes.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that the "hard R" Will Ferrell/Kevin Hart comedy Get Hard, while absolutely crude and over the top, seems to want to give viewers the chance to question their own biases. But it does so by relying on lots of existing stereotypes based on race, gender, and sexual preference (the gang-banger, the materialistic Daddy's girl, etc.), which detracts from its effectiveness. Expect some violence (shooting, fighting, an all-out brawl) played for laughs, shock-value nudity (including a brief flash of a penis), other sexy scenes (lingerie, twerking, implied oral sex), lots of swearing ("f--k," the "N" word, and more), drinking, and pot use.
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- Release Date:March 27, 2015
- Audio Format:5.1
- Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
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