New Reviews at RogerEbert.com for the week of June 26, 2015
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Acridness combined with ineffective humor is a bad mix, and whatever goodwill the movie scored based on sentimental value or the few effective jokes in the front end is entirely spent by the end credits.
Instead of a biopic of Pablo Escobar starring Benicio Del Toro, we get a fictionalized tale of a Canadian transplant who stumbles into Escobar's circle of influence when he marries Escobar's beloved niece starring Josh Hutcherson.