Sunday, 20 May 2018


Directors: Marc Silverstein , Abby Kohn
Cast: Amy Schumer , Michelle Williams , Emily Ratajkowski , Adrian Martinez , Busy Philipps , Tom Hopper , Rory Scovel , Aidy Bryant , Lauren Hutton , Naomi Campbell , Sasheer Zamata
Plot: Renee Barrett, an woman who struggles with feelings of insecurity and inadequacy on a daily basis wakes from a fall believing she is suddenly the most beautiful and capable woman in the world despite looking the same she has always looked. With this newfound confidence, she is empowered to live her life fearlessly and flawlessly, but what will happen when she realizes her appearance never changed?

My Movie Review: The movie is light self serving comedy that will keep you laugh in silliness:) I Feel Pretty is quite inspiring body-image satire that feels good to witness despite the flaws or negative prospective in beauty- this is not my kind of movie but it's new welcoming experience. To be honest it's a superficial world out there it's hard to be fat nowadays not only for women but for men too- you can get motivated losing the weight in gym workout it advertise soul cycle. But the real message is how you see yourself or presented to the world can affect how people will treat you so embrace your own uniqueness or booze your confidence in doing few change! Amy Schumer is revolutionary in some way as she affect we see chick flick as a learning tool in bettering yourself- this is my first time seeing her in the big screen! and it's satisfying great job:)

Movie News: The comedian made her film debut in 2015’s hit “Trainwreck.” The incisive rom-com, written by Schumer and directed by Judd Apatow, bowed with $30 million and went on to earn $110 million. Her next leading role, last year’s “Snatched,” opened with $19 million. Amy Schumer is undeniably funny, why have her two latest films underperformed? The comedian’s third starring vehicle “I Feel Pretty,” written and directed by Marc Silverstein and Abby Kohn, launched to a soft $16 million last weekend. It’s not a disaster, but it does represent Schumer’s lowest opening for a film yet. “I Feel Pretty” has also struggled critically, earning a 33% rating on Rotten Tomatoes with 31% average audience score. It has inspired a number of hot takes for its muddled message of body acceptance. Schumer has since addressed criticism, saying the film was unfairly judge based in the trailer and not the movie’s theme of self empowerment!


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