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BEST MAN HOLIDAY 1

Sequels with a great divide of time between installments are a rare thing, but when they do happen, usually there’s a reason, either financial or fandom, that’s motivating the return to screens. There was a 28-year gap between “Tron” and “Tron: Legacy,” 22 years between “Psycho” and “Psycho II,” and 19 years between “Rambo III” and “Rambo.” It’s been 14 years since the release of “The Best Man,” though it’s difficult to tell if anyone noticed. Greeted with a box office yawn when it was originally released, it seems that if there was any time to mount a follow-up, it would’ve been within striking distance of 1999. Instead, it’s the year 2013, and the gang’s been reunited for another round of misunderstandings and betrayals, only now the group is a little older but not necessarily wiser, with writer/director Malcolm D. Lee trying to rekindle the chemistry that informed his helming debut, perhaps too late for comfort. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com

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