I should have learned from my first sighting of the awful Amy Schumer (who has announced her pregnancy on her Instagram account today which says a lot about how she engages with her social space, I guess), that any film with her in is probably not worth watching.
Goldie Hawn, who in her seventies still most improbably looks younger than Schumer (who plays her daughter), ends up accompanying her to South America and they end up getting abducted, hence the film's title of Snatched.
This just isn't very good, and doesn't know whether to be funny, or whether to be dramatic. It trivialises foreign abductions and makes fun of thirty-somethings who find themselves single. It trivialises mental conditions like agrophobia and OCD (the dorky brother). Hawn should have stayed semi-retired as The Banger Sisters was much more of a high to go out on.
This stuff makes money. That doesn't say much about movie standards.