Rating: R (for strong sexual content, nudity, language and some drug use)
Directed By: Judd Apatow
Run : 125 minutes
Stars: Amy Schumer, Bill Hader, Brie Larson Colin Quinn
Have you ever answered your phone the morning after the night you slept over at the guy’s house you met for the first time and hoped that his butt mis-dialed you!!! yeh…I hear you… I guess we can relate to this at least once in our life time.
Amy Schumer whose motto I assume is like mine ‘Work Hard Party harder’ does exactly that when her dad drummed into her young head ‘Monogamy isn’t realistic?’
The opening scene sets the president for what we were in store for, in which her up to no good dad (Colin Quinn) explains to his little girls, Amy and her sister Kim (Brie Larson) just why he’s getting divorced from their mum — ‘Your doll. you love your doll but what if it was the only doll you were allowed to play with for the rest of your lives? “What about a doll you play with only one day and never see again?” he asks. The girls think that sounds a great idea and in no time he has the tots happily chanting “Monogamy isn’t realistic!”
Trainwreck has to be one of the funniest romantic movie I have seen in a very long time. refreshing look at how women look at their role when it comes to dating. Reminded me a bit of Bridget Jones character, frumpy, clumsy, career women, average looking. but in this case not committed to love at all. A career women behaving badly is all I’m saying.
Ms Safirah Irani