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Quick Critique: Snatched

Emily (Amy Schumer) gets dumped right before her planned trip to Ecuador, leaving her facing the prospect of going alone. Rather than face that, however, she coaxes her reticent, worrywart mother Linda (Goldie Hawn) into coming with her. 544 more words

Quick Critique

Ice Princess (2005)

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Al Franken: Another person I don't know, but like

It’s funny that we say things such as, “Ooh, I like that Joan Cusack!” or, “Ugh—I can’t stand Shingy!” when we don’t actually know these people. 225 more words

Arts And Culture

Snatched

It passes the time, but come 2 years and no one will remember it one bit

Snatched is a very silly comedy with a unique but weak plot line and a predictive narrative that for some reason manages to make itself work. 273 more words

Review

Review: Crowe's zany 1989 debut "Say Anything" is lyrical, humorous romance

Nothing spells “doom” like a first crush where life goes from really simple to really complicated in a heartbeat.  Once you’ve gotten over the initial awkward phase and the relationship starts to blossom, “doom” turns to love. 601 more words

Ben Cahlamer - 2017

Film review of Snatched

This film review of “Snatched” appeared in the Australian Jewish News on 18 May 2017.

Directed by Jonathan Levine; written by Katie Dippold; starring Amy Schumer, Goldie Hawn, Joan Cusack, Ike Barinholtz, Wanda Sykes and Christopher Meloni… 471 more words

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