You Again (Two-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo)
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After years of healing success and maturity post high-school, Marnie aka MOO, finds out that her brother is marrying her nastiest high-school tormentor. With no time to process the information or put on full body armor, Marnie is thrown into the situation just days before the wedding. Joanna, oddly, doesn't even remember Marnie the queen-of-geeks and has gone on to become a perfect blend of Martha Stewart and Mother Teresa. Or maybe not!
Chick-flicky, yes. But its more about friends, enemies and the painful art of growing-up. The movie contains a few cheesy moments and a few underdeveloped relationships because the cast of characters is huge. But, it's respectful of friendship, forgiveness, character and marriage. Jamie Lee Curtis and Sigourney Weaver are delightfully amusing and seem to enjoy every bit of working together in this film. There is a scene at the end of the movie that is hilarious and worth every bit of cheese and I can't say one more thing about it because it would be a big spoiler. The film is clean and would be a terrific pre-teen movie choice.
Comparable movies are Mean Girls, Monster-In-Law, Bride Wars, Win a Date with Tad Hamilton and Confessions of a Shopaholic. If you liked any of the above or any of the You Again cast of characters you should enjoy this film. This is one I'll be adding to my DVD collection.
JJ pretends she doesn't know Marni which irks her even more. Marni's dog likes JJ and the family has accepted her to a point she once again feels she is in competition. JJ is now a nurse who only wants to help people. There seems to be a sudden role reversal, but the movie doesn't portray that very well until the end. JJ's parents are dead so her aunt played by Sigourney Weaver shows up. As it turns out she is very successful and the arch nemesis of her gray haired mom, Jamie Lee Curtis, although their circumstances were different. Marni becomes like JJ in order to destroy the wedding plans.
The movie tries to hard to project feel good emotion from the audience to the point it misses the mark (male writing this). Some scenes worked good, such as the dog scene, or the drive in the car past the high school. Other scenes, and there were too many of these, just stank such as the comedy of errors by Jamie Lee Curtis in the bathroom. Fans of Betty White will find feel she was under utilized and not nearly as good as she was in "The Proposal."
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Was a gift and I have never saw it. Person who received the gift loves it.Published 9 days ago by L Jones
I saw this movie before I ever ordered it and obviously I loved it. quite a few stars in this movie A good comedyPublished 10 days ago by David H.
My daughter and I have watched this movie about 5 times and we laugh every time. We love itPublished 17 days ago by Lori
It is an okay movie. Something you watch when it is showing on tv, I bought it by mistake, and I watch it anyways.Published 19 days ago by Helen Oliveira