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Dear White People is hurt by shifting tone from poignant satire to teen movie melodrama, and quickly loses any bite it has in favor of cliché emotional character beats and typical one-liners.

Men, Women, & Children tries to be something deep and poignant, yet it feels more like that guy you know that rambles on and on about how smartphones have ruined real conversation and then plunges into his feed the second you get up to go

Strong performances from Robert Downey Jr. and Robert Duvall aren't enough to keep you from shouting "I object!" to all the mediocrity of THE JUDGE