Somehow, Kevin Hart hits funny and serious at the same time and it's surprising. There are a few good jokes (nothing hilarious) but I have sat crying at points where the film hits a bit close to reality. Other than 'Jack and Sarah', there aren't enough movies addressing widowers coping as single parents and asking the serious questions about what happens in that situation.
Kevin's character is supported by the predictable side kick friends and bolstered by his mum and mother in law, all well played. I'd highly recommend this film as a happy medium for a guy who wants Kevin Hart comedy and his parter, who wants a serious undertone film.