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The Night Before is full of laughs and at the core a story about enduring friendship. With believable and likable performances from Levitt, Rogen and Mackie. Teaching us that traditions might change but those you call your family don’t. So Seth Rogen made a Christmas movie. Sounds like pretty safe territory after the absurd, corporation busting, millions of dollars-lost, foreign policy nightmare that was The Interview. Sounds like a really great idea. Lots of potential for something raunchy, druggy and jammed packed with holiday spirit. So how is it? Eh, I liked it. It falls short of what it was striving to be. It tried to balance the Seth Rogen brand of weed and dick-jokes, with a glimpse of the sentimentality of what Jonathan Levine captured brilliantly with 50/50. It just doesn’t even out that smoothly. So what happens is that we get a number of funny scenes, and a lot of space between each of them. You’ll find yourself laughing, and the laughs here are noticeably big, and then you have to wait a while until the next one. I wasn’t expecting a laugh riot, but in Seth Rogen comedy, there needs to be a frequency of laughs throughout in order for it to work. His appeal is clearly the stoner crowd, and you’ve got to keep them yucking, or else, hell, they might slip into a bad trip. I’d be remiss to say that the film doesn’t put a smile on your face. It’s a warm and friendly movie. Everyone here does a great job, and they looked like they had a ball making it. It’s also refreshing to see a film look so on-the-fly and practical.