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“Tag” doesn’t have to do much to be a passably enjoyable good time. All it needs are a collection of dim-witted characters and the titular game, permitted a feature-length run time to go wild with chases and crashes, allowing the cast to unleash themselves with slapstick merriment. Cruelly, the movie isn’t as carefree as it seems, as it’s very determined to remind audiences that the screenplay (credited to Rob McKittrick and Mark Steilen) is based on true story, chronicled in a Wall Street Journal article by Russell Adams. Real life has a way of carrying on too long, and so does “Tag,” which launches with all the mischief it can carry, but ends up winded by the final act, unsure if it should take the tale seriously or turn it into an R-rated cartoon. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com

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