Guilt Trip

By margaret-brennan
Written August 29, 2016
It was one of the worst "comedy's" I have ever seen. No-one in the theater was laughing. MY friend and I left after a gruelling 45 minutes!!!!!! Perhaps the laughs came towards the end of the movie. WOULD NOT RECOMMEND TO ANYONE!!!!!!! Total waste of my time.
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Sooo silly

By captain218
Written May 24, 2016
This movie was one of the worst I've seen in years. Don't waste your time. The only funny lines (of which there were few) were all shown in the coming attractions.
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Go to Guilt Trip with your older son or daughter

By tootsie
Written May 27, 2016
This movie was really good! It was so relevant for a mother with a 20 something child. Both of us were in stitches.Seth and Babs had great chemistry! It's also refreshing to see a movie that kept the time to an hour and a half.
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Guilt Trip

By Loveday39
Written September 27, 2016
Myself and thirteen others of my " Red Hat" chapter went last night. We loved it!! Laughed our 'butts' off, it was perfection. Even better than any of us thought it would be. What a perfect duo these two were, super believable as mother and son, even if your not Jewish! I am, as well as everyone else with me last night, are telling every one else to see this movie, it was excellent. I personally would expect nothing less from Barbra Streisand - she is perfection and so real. An exceptional movie for anyone over 16. Wish I had a chance to do a road trip with my mom while she was still on this would have been a hoot. Red Hatter in Florida
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By Peneflix
Written September 26, 2016
If only this interminable road trip would have just covered the state of New Jersey instead of an eight day jaunt from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean; tedium reigns, with intermittent levity. A mother/son "Joyce" and "Andy" (Barbra Streisand/Seth Rogen) bond over predictable quips and tons of shtick; weary of the overbearing stereotype of the smothering "Jewish Mother" and the smothered, pampered boy (who is approaching forty); Jewish mothers do not have a monopoly on suffocation of their progeny. Avoiding blatant heavy-handedness, religion is never addressed in "The Guilt Trip"... Streisand and Rogen, also producers, have chemistry and save the scenario from topping (or toppling) the saccharine scale; their histrionics realistic, salvaging, placating their emotional commitment... TWO & 1/2 STARS!! ***For full review please visit peneflix(dot)com!!!
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