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Perhaps it’s friendship or blackmail that keeps them together, but actor Marlon Wayans doesn’t make a move without his primary collaborator, director Michael Tiddes. In six years, the duo has made four features together (“A Haunted House,” “A Haunted House 2,” “Fifty Shades of Black,” and “Naked”), which is an impressive professional run. It’s only a shame none of them are any good, with most of these efforts Ten Worst List-worthy, hammering audiences with some of the laziest comedy around, working to sell Wayans as some type of master physical comedian. The pair returns to duty with “Sextuplets,” which adds to their cringe-inducing filmography and continues their formula of pinching ideas from other movies/comedians, this time lifting from Eddie Murphy with this light riff on his multi-character “Nutty Professor” world. Read the rest at 


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