I Feel Pretty (2018)
Critic Consensus: I Feel Pretty has a charming star and the outline of a worthwhile comedy -- but unlike its suddenly confident central character, it suffers from a fundamental lack of conviction.
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as Renee Bennett
as Skinny Barista
as Silver Fox
as SoulCycle Women
as Grant LeClair
as Cute Dude at SoulCycle
as Lily LeClaire
as Grouper Date #2
as Grouper Date #3
as Really Tan Dude
as Woman at LL HQ
as Silver Fox's Husband
as Ms. Udell
as Pharmacy Manager
as Dry Cleaner
as SoulCycle Women
as Cute Guy at Pharmacy
as Beefy Dude
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Critic Reviews for I Feel Pretty
An interesting comedy premise, about the superficiality of contemporary metropolitan life, is turned on its head by some shaky plotting and even shakier directorial choices.
The only means it can find to be funny is sabotaging its own message, which isn't a great starting point, let alone finishing point, for a body-positive comedy.
It is more a parable of how celebrities like Schumer, on becoming successful, suddenly get an inkling of how beautiful people have always felt. I Feel Famous would be an alternative title.
At its best, I Feel Pretty plays like a feminist version of The Nutty Professor.
Audience Reviews for I Feel Pretty
Schumer once again plays with all the stereotypes that come with her body type and with the supposedly much prettier and more arrogant women looking at her like she's from Mars. That does have its funny and ultimately earnest moments but the details of the make-up company hiring her are a little boring. The best moments are those with her love interest. They feel honest and natural, thanks to their great chemistry.
This comedy wants to persuade that a woman's look shouldn't be the highest consideration of her even while that is what the film itself does. Nonetheless, Amy Schumer is one game bird, up for any gamble and as reminiscent of any comedienne since Carol Burnett or Lucille Ball as any I've seen. She may not always get the laffs, but it's not for lack of trying. Michelle Williams - that"s one sneaky customer - tries to steal the film with her eyes. You gotta see it to believe it. But the overall work fails.
The over analysing of this movie is ridiculous. I don't think there's too many women who wouldn't relate to this character in some way. I thought the overall message was nice, a woman who is empowered by suddenly believing she is beautiful finds out in the end that it wasn't her looks that bought her good things, it was her confidence and personality.
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