Written July 30, 2015
This movie was so great and funny! I took my 12-year-old daughter and she loved it too. I recommend this movie for children 11 and up only. It is better for adults because some kids don't understand some of the comedy.
Written August 01, 2015
My wife and I went to see this movie. We can totally relate to the characters and storyline. Funny with some serious undertones...well put together.
Written September 02, 2014
With the characters it was funny, but it wasn't as funny as I thought it would be. The movie got boring in some parts. but the characters in the movie did make it funny in certain scenes. I would not go see it again. and I would tell my friends that they should wait to see it when it comes out on video.
It was an okay movie. It wasn't funny enough to brag about.
Written September 01, 2015
I enjoyed THE GUILT TRIP a lot. It is a very sweet film. Don't let the trailers fool you into believing it's a raucous FOCKERS-like comedy. There's no dirty jokes or special effects or explosions in The Guilt Trip—just some great Streisand/Rogen chemistry ... and a big heart.
It's a small movie about a mother and a son.
And what a pleasure to see Barbra back on the big screen! As Joyce, she hits all the right notes. Barbra is so relaxed and natural in the movie. Rogen plays "embarrassed son" well, and his character does some growing up over the coarse of the movie.
Bring your mom, a date, or a friend. The end is touching and might bring a tear to your eye.
Written May 04, 2015
Showing a relationship between mother and son, sweet, touching, funny, sincere. She always wants the best for him, and him for her, but living with some pre-contrived notions about him as well as herself. They both learn and grow from there week journey across the country; just a nice movie as compared with some of the nonsense out there.