This image released by Netflix shows Taraji P. Henson, from left, Terrence Little Gardenhigh and Ed Helms in a scene from “Coffee & Kareem.” (Justina Mintz/Netflix via AP)

Your enjoyment of the new Netflix comedy ” Coffee & Kareem “ may depend on whether or not you find insanely vulgar middle schoolers funny. It’s not just cursing either. Oh no, this is a whole symphony of vulgarity that would make Seth Rogen blush.

“Coffee & Kareem” is one of those all-or-nothing comedies that has no boundaries or shame. It is intentionally dopey and looking to push all possible buttons. And nothing is off the table — race, sexual orientation, police brutality. So there is probably no middle ground for satisfaction. It’ll either work for you or it won’t (although you might find a few laughs emerge in spite of yourself). But nothing in the film even comes close to matching the cheekily clever title.

Ed Helms plays an awkward but well-intentioned Detroit cop named James Coffee who…

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