Starring: Kyrie Irving, Shaquille O'Neal, "Lil" Rey Howery, Chris Webber, Reggie Miller, Nate Robinson, Nick Kroll, Lisa LesliePlot: Dax (Howery) goes on a ride with Uncle Drew (Irving) to find his old team, settle some beefs and win a basketball tournament, while at the same time learning that they're all really winners.Runtime: 103 minutesReview: The year is 2012, Kyrie Irving is one year off his First overall pick in the draft by the Cleveland Cavaliers and Pepsi approaches him to be in a commercial. Many of us have seen it, it's about an old man, named Uncle Drew, who shows kids up at the game of basketball. They dress him up with make-up, tell him to talk like an old man and then just crush the hopes of "kids these days". It was since added to numerous times, with WNBA alum Lisa Leslie, there was a European football one with... some European football player, everyone was having a blast with it.Fast forward 6 years to 2018 and you know what people what?! A feature film starring "Lil" Rey Howery, a guy who was in 3 seasons of a random tv show, 6 basketball players who between them have the acting skills of a rock (albeit a sort of talented one thanks to Shaq) and Nick Kroll, a comedic actor from the league who is often known for playing a complete bag of crap about that exact same plot line from a Pepsi commercial! Nothing keeps people coming back like young folk today getting their comeuppance!Things that bothered me about this movie:-Lil Rey Howery's voice-The term "young blood" gets used more often than the word "the"-Lil Rey Howery's acting-The fact that Nate Robinson plays a guy named Boots who hasn't gotten out of his wheelchair "for years" according to his grand daughter, but the second basketball comes around he's completely able to get out of his chair and "ball up" with no atrophy.-Lil Rey Howery plays a bitch the entire way through and it's annoying as hell.-There's one scene where Lil Rey Howery is pumping gas into a van and on the gas pump... machine there's a tv showcasing the tournament he's going t play in. Do they have tv's on gas pumps?-The fact that (Spoiler I suppose) the 70 plus year old men and women beat the 30 year old men in the final game. That's right, a team of geriatrics, one of whom shouldn't be able to walk, and another one that is legally blind, wins the championship game. On top of every. single. other. game.I'm sure there's more, but all in I can't even say the movie was awful. Just put too much effort into poor jokes that get overused. I am also, if you couldn't tell, not a huge fan of Lil Rey Howery. Shaquille O'Neal doesn't get up to any of his crazy antics, doesn't really have fun and is more the stoic character in the movie, which is a weird switch to me.Nick Kroll crushed it as "Mookie" the trash talking bad guy of the film who you just hate. He was a piece of garbage the entire way through and I loved it.Maybe I wasn't really in the right mindset for this movie, or maybe I am just frustrated with Hollywood for letting this movie get and $18 MILLION dollar budget, but it just didn't really hit home for me. By all means give it a go if you like basketball movies, but I found it a little.... I don't want to use the term shallow, but I can't think of a better one sadly.