‘The D Train:’ The ballad of Dan and Oliver (Our grade: B- )

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Henry Zebrowski (far left), James Marsden and Jack Black in “The D Train.”
Henry Zebrowski (far left), James Marsden and Jack Black in “The D Train.”

Henry Zebrowski (far left), James Marsden and Jack Black in “The D Train.”

There is a point that one has to let go of the things that made high school miserable. The punch line, of course, is that can take decades of therapy and a fair amount of destructive behavior, right? I’m asking for a friend.

Written and directed by Jarrad Paul and Andrew Mogel, “The D Train” plays with all of these ideas in an intermittently funny, brutally awkward comedy that takes the sort of hard turn into dead seriousness that betrays much of its early tone.

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