This movie is so fucking weird, you guys.
It's a sequel that starts with ten straight minutes of exposition explaining... well, not even the plot, but the BACKSTORY to the first movie. As if we've never seen it before.
And then it IMMEDIATELY launches into being a remake of the first movie, that seems pinned on us remembering the details so we're shocked when the story deviates.
In the end, the whole thing feels like a drunk guy trying to…
Look, either you love Amy Schumer or you hate her. Or you think she's alright. Or you don't have an opinion on her at all. Maybe you've never even heard of her. But, you know... those are probably your only options.
Trainwreck isn't as good as her show, but it's pretty damn good for a romantic comedy. And it's very, VERY good for a Judd Apatow movie, even though he gets his Apatow stank all over it by the end.…