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Film review

Squeaky-clean revelers can’t bring PG laughs

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Faith-based films have become downright commonplace this year. But faith-based comedies? Comedies that work? That’s still a very short historical list — the George Burns blockbuster “Oh God” and Andy Griffith’s “Angel in my Pocket” are the only two to come to mind. “Moms’ Night Out” doesn’t join their ranks. A PG-rated romp that never romps, it lacks the jokes, sight gags, pacing and performances that are the stuff that laughs are made of. A ...

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