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What doesn't kill you... is going to marry your brother.
History -- make that high school -- may repeat itself when Marni learns that Joanna, the mean girl from her past, is set to be her sister-in-law. Before the wedding bells toll, Marni must show her brother that a tiger doesn't change its stripes. On Marni's side is her mother, while Joanna's backed by her wealthy aunt.
What are the big names doing here?
white women be crazy.
About what I expected. Some good moments, some bad.
About 70% of the movie was being played in a small window on my secondary monitor as I browsed Reddit and Twitter, it's _that_ uninteresting. The same old cliches you've been seeing since the 90s.
The only reason I didn't fall asleep and did not turn it off was because I wanted to who was better in the movie — Odette or Kristen.
If only “You Again” understood that its story was suited for screwball comedy. It labors under the delusion that this assembly of half-baked ideas is destined for a higher comic calling — for example, in the warm-hearted romantic weeper category. The movie is so laboriously contrived in every atom of its being that the only interest is in seeing if the characters can avoid the destinies decreed for them by ancient formulas.
No luck. Those who hate each other at the beginning will forgive each other at the end. Those who try to deceive will have their deceptions unmasked. Those destined for love will find it, but not without an obligatory setback at the 66 percent point. If there is…
It was a typical rom-com, but Kristen Bell made it so much better.
Kristen Bell, Sigourney Weaver, Jamie Lee Curtis... it had promise for a good family comedy. That wasn't what it was. It was ridiculous.
This movie was one of the most boring things I have ever subjected myself to.
An utterly fabulous cast (Kristen Bell, Sigourney Weaver, Jamie-Lee Curtis, Betty White... even THE ROCK!) can't quite save the jumbled script in this. It's a nice idea for a fluffy comedy and pleasant enough for the most part but the tone veers too wildly between sentimental emotive drama and messy slapstick. A perhaps record-breaking number of dead-end subplots (what was the point of Charlie? what was the point of the little brother? what was the point of Bell's boss?) mean this is at least 25 minutes too long for a film of its nature as well and, despite the good performances and occasional nice idea, it wears out its welcome.
Tonally bizarre movie that's half about getting over past traumas and half about how all women are crazy. Meh.
Maybe I'm weird or maybe some people are only used to those raunchy comedies all about drugs and other dumb stuff, but I actually enjoyed this movie. All the leading ladies did a great job, and it manages to cheer me up every time I watch it. A truly nice comedy film that doesn't have to be disgusting to be good.
What are the big names doing here?
Curiosa premisa. Muchas celebridades. Con una mejor edición y mejor ritmo, no la hubiera sufrido tanto. Pero interesante que haya personajes femeninos exitosos, sensibles y a la vez culeros. Son un poquito más complejos de lo que hubiera esperado. Detalle revelador en contra: mi lado feministoide salió a flote con el comentario superfluo de "el mundo de las chicas", totalmente innecesario, y sacó a relucir que los dos chicos de la familia son honestos, "neutros" y controlados (y las mujeres todas un "desastre").
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