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Awful. Seth Rogen is not funny in this. Saying that has he ever been.
Horrible, horrible movie. So many corny stereotypes.
Dull. 95 minutes felt like 140. I chuckled twice.
Save for a few charming moments from the inimitable Babs (who this movie does its best to make an old, irritating Jewish stereotype of a woman), a genuinely touching final scene, and a line about shitting blood, I enjoyed absolutely nothing in The Guilt Trip. In fact, it's vile that this thing thought it could pass itself off as a film, what with zero stakes, conflict, or plot points that aren't advanced via wild contrivance. Yes, The Guilt Trip is absolutely AWFUL. But that's not the worst part. The worst part is not knowing who it's for. Is it for Streisand fans? I can't imagine; she's reduced to what I mentioned above. Is it for Seth Rogen fans? Because he smokes not a whiff of weed, none of his frequent collabs appear, and he is blindingly unlikable throughout. Hate you, movie.
HORRIBLE. Don't waste a second on this drivel.
Considering I'm not a Barbara Streisand fan AT ALL, I was hesitant about seeing this movie. Thanks to JetBlue, I got to see it for free. Fortunately, I wasn't just a captured audience. The chemistry between Babs and Seth Rogen was very natural. In what I thought would be a goofy comedy ended up being an adorable, heart-warming romp with mother and son where lessons were learned by both and wonderful memories were made. I was pleasantly surprised how much I enjoyed it.
This is the worst movie I've ever seen. The plot is flimsy, there is zero comedy, it's a strange drama. I can't believe I paid money to watch a son treat his mom like shit for hours.
Good movie, could be considered a cash grab.
Debiò llamarse Los monòlogos de la Streisand.
Guilt trip had good actors (Seth Rogan and Barbra Streisand,) however it wasn't enough to save this crumbling comedy. I must say it did have its funny moments, but the lack of keeping it funny throughout the film was irritating. Seth Rogan and Barbra Streisand did a good job in their performance, but it wasn't enough to keep this film comedicly levitated.