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****** Mystery 2 review – Netflix sequel needs more ****** and mystery

Adam ******* and Jennifer Aniston lift a lazy follow-up to their action-heavy Netflix comedy with genuine movie star charm

The curious wrestle between pratfalls and pathos that’s made Adam *******’s career so increasingly fascinating has erred toward a win for the latter with age. The aggressive forgettability of his early Netflix deal output slowly faded into something more worthwhile with last year’s surprisingly textured basketball drama Hustle and simultaneously, we’ve seen the Safdies squeeze out his best work in Uncut Gems (the trio will collaborate again with a new film set in the world of sports memorabilia) and later this year he’ll star alongside Carey Mulligan in the offbeat sci-fi drama Spaceman. While a total ban on **** jokes is unlikely (he’s also set to star in a new Netflix comedy from the director of The Wrong Missy), his 10 for them, one for me ethos is definitely shifting.

****** Mystery, his most watched Netflix film to date was one that didn’t exactly straddle these two halves but made for a more acceptable use of his sillier side, thanks greatly to the appearance of Jennifer Aniston. It was a breezy action comedy about a wannabe detective couple trying to solve a ****** while on vacation, a low-stakes Friday night watch with medium rewards. The same could be said about the totally adequate follow-up out this week, so similar in every way that it feels as if we’ve just clicked “play next episode”.

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