You Again


Comedy / Family / Romance

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Dwayne Johnson as Air Marshal
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Kristen Bell as Marni
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Sigourney Weaver as Ramona
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894.15 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 45 min
P/S 1 / 6
1.68 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 45 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle4 / 10

Annoying Passive Aggressive Mess

Marni (Kristen Bell) was a loser teen bullied by mean girl cheerleader Joanna (Odette Annable). Years later Marni is a successful new VP in a PR firm, and her brother (James Wolk) is marrying Joanna. Only Joanna doesn't remember her. Her mother Gail (Jamie Lee Curtis) tells her that everyone deserves a second chance, but is immediately confronted by Joanna's aunt Ramona (Sigourney Weaver) who was a best friend turn enemy.

Kristen Bell is such a sweetheart that it could have worked better as a more simple movie. Instead we get layers upon layers of passive aggressive behavior. You can't help but scream at the characters to just say what they're thinking. It was just too hard to watch.

Reviewed by claudio_carvalho6 / 10

She does not Walk the Way She Talks

In Los Angeles, the PR Marni Olivia Olsen (Kristen Bell) is promoted to VP of the RMK Investment office in New York. She travels first to her hometown to the wedding of her big brother Will (Jimmy Wolk) with his fiancée Joanna (Odette Yustman). On the flight, Marni freaks out when she learns that Joanna is her arch nemesis JJ, who has bullied her in the Ridgefield High School.

Marni discovers that her family loves Joanna, and when she meets her, she wants Joanna to apologize for the humiliations she was submitted in the high-school. But Joanna pretends that she has not recognized Marni and promises a fresh start to them. Meanwhile Joanna's aunt Ramona (Sigourney Weaver) arrives for the wedding and Marni's mother Gail Byer (Jamie Lee Curtis) recognizes her as her high-school former friend that has become her enemy.

The resented Marni seeks revenge and decides to expose the past of Joanna to Will to protect her brother and force him to call off his wedding while Gail begins a personal dispute with Ramona.

"You Again" is a movie with a contradictory lead character but a pleasant conclusion. Marni is a loser in high-school and a vengeful woman, and it is hard to like her. Further, how could a woman with a clumsy and imbecile behavior is promoted to VP of a company? No matter how traumatic might have been her life in high-school, it does not justify her jealousy and immature behavior of woman promoted to an executive position, and she does not walk the way she talks in her initial speech.

Jamie Lee Curtis and Sigourney Weaver perform strong characters and their competition is funny. And the character of the gorgeous Odette Yustman is not the villain of the story in the end. My vote is six.

Title (Brazil): "Você de Novo" ("You Again")

Reviewed by Prismark104 / 10

School daze

Kristen Bell was a nerdy high school student who was tormented and bullied by cheerleader Odette Yustman.

Although Bell has grown up to be a beautiful and successful PR woman, the news that her brother is marrying her high school mean tormentor jolts her leading to a meltdown on the plane and a cameo appearance by Dwayne Johnson.

When she does meet Yustman she is enraged that Yustman pretends she has never met Bell in high school leaving Bell planning to expose her true colours to her brother but each attempt just misfires. It does not help that since high school Yustman has lost her parents and become rather a do-gooder although we always have a suspicion that she might not truly be sorry about her high school behaviour.

There is also rivalry between Bell's mother Jamie Lee Curtis and Yustman's aunt Sigourney Weaver who were also outdoing each other in high school and also show awkwardness when they meet again.

Maybe things might had been easier if the various ladies just unloaded their feeling about past wounds instead we get desperate attempts of one-upwomanship and increasingly bizarre conduct which tends to be less comic.

There is some promise in the film but the execution is poor, the leads are likable but are left floundering by the screenplay that is only sporadically amusing. Nice touch at the end when Betty White who plays Bell's grandmother meets her own nemesis from decades ago.

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