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  • Summary: An ensemble comedy about of group of men who sang together in an a cappella group in college. Fifteen years later, they reunite to perform at a friend's wedding. (Strand Releasing)
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  1. A breezy, well-paced diversion, amusing rather than scintillating yet clearly personal.
  2. Reviewed by: Ken Fox
    50
    The boys' laddish catchphrase -- "Shut up!" -- is particularly irritating, especially since they never do.
  3. Reviewed by: Jessica Grose
    50
    This uneven romantic comedy is firmly in the Zach Braff–ian mold: It features a group of thirtysomething men who are so terrified of growing up that they behave semi-moronically for the majority of the film.
  4. Reviewed by: Phil Hall
    40
    It's all a case of been-there, done-that, although the singing is nice. Still, do we really need another movie with thirtysomethings who ache to re-live their college years? C’mon, guys, grow up!
  5. Lacks any of the socio-economic or political concerns of "The Big Chill." Indeed its shallowness is reflected in one character's abiding concern with his receding hairline.
  6. Reviewed by: Andy Webster
    40
    Fortunately, there is Molly Shannon as the money manager's disgruntled wife, giving a selfless, robust performance. Bracingly astringent in an unlikable role, she almost turns a potential liability into the film's salvation.
  7. 33
    At least when they're singing, they aren't sniping and griping at each other. That original title really would have worked a lot better.

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