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We finally get our Lassiter moment, and boy is it a textbook definition of "poignant."
In truth, the movie isn't quite up there with some of the more memorable episodes from the show, but whether you're a veteran pineapple-head or a newcomer to the silliness, Psych: The Movie is welcome comic relief.
Psych: The Movie is exactly what I thought it would be. That is a good thing.
Psych: The Movie is lively and lightweight, buoyed by Roday and Hill's bond, which hasn't diminished at all in the last three years. Its structure is classic Psych.
... like visiting an old friend, it's a little awkward at times, but overall it's an absolute joy and quintessentially the Psych we know and love.
If you liked the series - you had eight years to find out - you'll like the movie.
Detective show follow-up will delight fans, some violence.
Psych: The Movie gave me everything I needed and more than I hoped for. The relationship between Gus and Shawn remains the same, one filled with affectionate insults, mutual expressions of exasperation and, above all, love and snacks.
And that faux-Marvel title card at the beginning? Brilliant.
It also highlights that it's entirely possible to deliver a damn good time in a limited revival format. But perhaps most importantly, it just reinforces the idea that if something isn't broke, don't fix it. And Psych is definitely working just fine.
But it's still the same old shenanigans, catchphrases, pop culture references, and lightning fast dialogue that once made Psych so much fun to watch. Psych: The Movie is a pleasant, comforting return.
Psych: The Movie uses a mercifully light touch, one that keeps the laughs on a steady drip while also pushing Shawn and Juliet toward a milestone without it seeming too forced.
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