You Again Reviews

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November 30, 2020
No realism works its way into the script, which is painfully apparent when everyone has their own dance sequences.
August 30, 2018
You Again isn't just risible, it is hilariously risible. It may even be more hilariously risible than risible ever has the right to be. 'Laboriously contrived' doesn't even get near it.
January 31, 2013
Pretty much the end of Disney's attempt to make Kristen Bell "America's Sweetheart."
January 27, 2013
...the majority of this stuff wouldn't pass muster on even the hackiest of sitcoms...
January 6, 2013
Featuring caricatures instead of characters, "You Again" is a tired and formulaic comedy with few funny moments.
April 21, 2012
July 14, 2011
There's hardly one moment of surprise or originality in You Again.
April 4, 2011
This pointless trek to Not Funny chose to be as nice as possible every step of the way. And that just makes no sense.
February 21, 2011
Like staring at whorehouse wallpaper: it's sort of interesting, but you have a strong feeling you might be wasting your time. [Blu-ray]
November 15, 2010
All soft furnishings and gleaming teeth, it's inoffensive, made for in-flight viewing...
November 12, 2010
Joining the rank ranks of The Hottie And The Nottie, Gigli, Licence To Wed and any film where Matthew McConaughey gets his groove on with a girl is yet another unspeakably awful rom-com.
November 12, 2010
In this ditzy whirl nothing is pushed too far -- the bad aren't really bad, they're all sorry. And the assumption that high school is where it all happens is ringingly endorsed.
November 12, 2010
You Again may have some very experienced faces in the cast, but the end product still turns out to be disappointingly cliched and trite.
November 12, 2010
It's left to old pros Jamie Lee Curtis and Sigourney Weaver to add class to the proceedings, which they would if they weren't wasted on tedious slapstick.
November 11, 2010
The worst example of torture-by-chick-flick since Bride Wars.
November 11, 2010
A clever, perhaps even brilliant idea for a black comedy has here been slathered and stifled in a thick treacly layer of Disney-sentimental gloop.
November 11, 2010
Curtis and Weaver put on their game faces, but the script is consistently intent on embarrassing them, and it doesn't spare Kristin Chenoweth, forced to trot out her sparkly-pixie routines from Glee as a super-duper wedding planner.
November 11, 2010
Vapid, Disneyfied post-teen comedy lacks a mean (girl) streak.
November 11, 2010
There are very few laughs, too much stupid slapstick, and I hated the way it turns schmaltzy-sweet by the end.
November 11, 2010
It's a convoluted set-up that fails to deliver on its promise, combining vindictive yet scarcely believable characters with regular doses of queasy sentiment.
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