New Releases: The Guilt Trip – (2012)

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New Releases: The Guilt Trip - (2012) Genre: Comedy, Release Date: 2013-04-30 Duration: 95 Min Director...

New Releases: The Guilt Trip – (2012)

New Releases: The Guilt Trip - (2012)
Genre: Comedy,
Release Date: 2013-04-30
Duration: 95 Min

  • Anne Fletcher

As inventor Andy Brewster is about to embark on the road trip of a lifetime, a quick stop at his mom’s house turns into an unexpected cross-country voyage with her along for the ride.


Barbra Streisand

Seth Rogen

Julene Renee-Preciado

Zabryna Guevara


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2 responses to “New Releases: The Guilt Trip – (2012)”

  1. Ed Uyeshima says:
    37 of 40 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Streisand and Rogen Bring Considerable Comedy Chops to a Lightweight Road Trip Movie, December 2, 2012
    Ed Uyeshima (San Francisco, CA USA) –
    (2008 HOLIDAY TEAM)
    (TOP 1000 REVIEWER)

    This review is from: The Guilt Trip (Two-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo + Digital Copy) (Blu-ray)

    Aside from her near-cameo appearances in two ensemble comedies, Barbra Streisand has not starred in a movie in sixteen long years, not since 1996’s The Mirror Has Two Faces which she also directed. Her output as an actress has been meager since around 1980 when she started directing films, building houses and returning to the concert stage periodically, so it was with both great anticipation and some trepidation that I saw this light-hearted 2012 comedy. What a relief to find she hasn’t missed a beat in her sharp comedy timing. I think she’s terrific as Joyce Brewster, the energetically overbearing mother of Andy, an organic chemical engineer who long ago moved to California and has recently invented a cleaning solution he is pitching to various store chains headquartered across the country. He plans a weekend visit with Joyce in New Jersey, but upon an intriguing discovery about her past, he invites her on an eight-day cross-country road trip with him.

    As directed by Anne Fletcher (The Proposal) and written by Dan Fogelman (the underrated Crazy, Stupid, Love) who based his script on his own late mother, the film is about how their two mismatched personalities unsurprisingly clash at every stop as their relationship twists and turns with each new humiliation for Andy and each new revelation for the both of them, a few of them quite poignant. The film is at its comedic best when she and co-star Seth Rogen as Andy volley back and forth with her well-meaning thoughts and antics at odds with his spiky annoyance at anything she says or does. Rogen plays against type as the coiled-up Andy since his stoner-dude personality has been the basis of much of his previous comedy. Here he needs to show some dramatic gravity (as he did earlier this year in Take This Waltz) and again does surprisingly well when necessary. There is a confrontation scene between the two characters that I wish could have gone on a bit longer and deeper than it did, but he manages to bring a real edge to the film in ways I didn’t quite expect from him.

    Of course there are predictable comedy pieces that also work like a steak-eating contest in Texas where Joyce has to down a fifty-ounce piece of beef in an hour to avoid a $100 tab. There’s also quite a supporting cast here, but like Streisand movies of yore, the familiar actors contribute moments that amount to nearly bit parts. Kathy Najimy and Miriam Margolyes are among Joyce’s Weight Watchers friends in a quick dinner scene early in the story, while Adam Scott and Ari Graynor show up at the very end of the road trip in San Francisco. In between are appearances by Brett Cullen as a cowboy who becomes smitten with Joyce during the eating contest and Nora Dunn as an officious HSN TV hostess. But that’s fine since Rogen really lets Streisand dominate the movie all the way from pushing off potential suitors at a mature singles mixer to getting into the wrong car at a mini-mart pit-stop to getting drunk in a motel bar to sharing her innocently ignorant perceptions of stereotypes. This is only her 19th film since her extraordinary debut in Funny Girl 44 years ago, reason enough to enjoy the warm, accomplished performance she gives here.

  2. Marian L. King says:
    29 of 31 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Marian L. King (Montrose, Colorado United States) –

    This review is from: The Guilt Trip (Two-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo + Digital Copy) (Blu-ray)

    GUILT TRIP is a welcome change from most films Hollywood powerbrokers tend to finance. Like HOPE SPRINGS which was released earlier this year, this film is NOT the sidesplitting comedy one would expect to see from the theatrical trailers promoting the film. Instead it is a warm and endearing film focusing on a relationship between mother and adult son. This is one of Streisand’s most subdued but convincing performances in years. She is not the larger than life persona we’ve seen in previous films. Rogen gives a nice performance as Andy, a character very unlike others he’s created in past films. This is definitely a film I’ll enjoy watching from time to time and sharing with friends.

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