A trailer for Amy Schumer’s new movie “I Feel Pretty” was recently released, and it’s is shockingly awful.
I’ve seen a ton of movie trailers in my life. I embrace the nerd in my DNA almost everyday and crush a few. During my time on this planet, I have seen some awful ones. Trailers that leave you wondering how the the hell the movies were ever green lit.
“I Feel Pretty” might be the worst of them all. The plot of the movie, according to the YouTube description, is, “A head injury causes a woman to develop an extraordinary amount of confidence and believes she’s drop-dead gorgeous.”
How did this movie ever get written, produced, shot and then put together for release? That’s a serious question, and I think the American people are more than entitled to some answers here.
This looks awful. Watching paint dry would be a privilege over watching Amy Schumer trying to convince us that she’s funny. One of the dumbest people I ever met once tried to convince me Schumer was entertaining and funny. That was one of the last times I ever spoke to that clown, and I don’t regret it.
She’s painfully bad. I’d rather suffer a serious groin injury than have to sit through any garbage she ever puts out. The real shame here is that they somehow convinced Emily Ratajkowski to be in this movie. I’m a huge fan of hers. She’s got some great talent, but why is she wasting it in a movie that is clearly designed to push a laughable (not in a good way) premise?
It makes no sense to me at all, and you couldn’t pay me to watch this atrocity of a film.