“The D Train”: Things you don’t write in your high school yearbook

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“The D Train” opens Friday at Point, Star Cinema and Sundance. R, 1:37, two and a half stars out of four.

The movie has its flaws, but there’s something gleefully perverse about “The D Train” opening wide this weekend. With Jack Black and James Marsden hugging it out on the poster, it’s going to lure in moviegoers expecting a bro-com like “Neighbors” or “This is the End.”

And then . . . boom.

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“Welcome To Me”: Living your best life, as long as it’s on TV

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“Welcome To Me” opens Friday at Star Cinema. R, 1:27, four stars out of four.

Every generation gets the “Network” it deserves. For ours, obsessed with self-actualization, fame and personal branding, we get the disturbingly funny satire “Welcome To Me.”

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