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Watch I Feel Pretty full movie online free – Great movie! I absolutely love anything Amy Schumer does! The movie is funny and heart warming! All of the negative reviews are just coming from people who get off on hating good comedy. Amy does nt deserve the hate. She is great!

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I Feel Pretty review by valarik564 – It doesn’t try to be anything that it isn’t. And that’s kinda the point.

You’re going to see a lot of reviews on here say that it’s predictable, silly, probably a few other criticisms that are perfectly fair. But this movie knows what it is, and the authenticity makes it enjoyable. It has a genuinely sweet romance, great comedic moments, and good messages. It’s a silly romcom with a lot of charm and heart, and it’s worth a couple hours of your time. Give it a chance.

I Feel Pretty review by Davor Blazevic – I Feel Pretty… feels sufficiently pretty and witty and bright

“I Feel Pretty” (2018) is not the greatest movie, but it’s not a bad one either, at least not as bad as its current IMDb rating, 3.4 out of 10, shows. What’s puzzling (well, only slightly, concerning the modern-days amount of preferred (?) exposure to the worlds of video games) is that movies having stories and subjects very little to do with reality: space operas, movies about superheroes… practically by default get the high rating, at least 7 out of 10, while not-at-all bad movies, but, in comparison to former, slightly unattractive since set unexcitingly in reality, get often an average, or, as in this case, a very low rating. So, which of the two is more important quality of the movies (today), having the story told well corresponding to reality, or their technical superiority?

Answers will offer opposing views, but numbers show that great majority of viewers appreciate later. I have also enjoyed spectacular show while watching the ginormous gorilla George (Saint George) killing the augmented alligator (slaying the dragon), in latest IMAX theatres’ favourite “Rampage” (2018), but what’s the point? There’s no point, because point is supposed to make sense, and there’s a little sense outside of reality. On contrary, as unimpressive as it is, “I Feel Pretty” is so real, and as such, more relevant in everyday life.

Appealing factor in “I Feel Pretty” is the fact that movie managed to remain realistic in giving a believable reason (a head injury accident in a gym) for the main vehicle to move the story forward, i.e. for the changed perception of herself the leading character goes through, therefore gaining confidence and modifying the way she carries herself. Regular movie goer with longer viewing experience will easily recall how numerous other, pretty good movies from the past managed to be quite entertaining, but only after fantastic premise has been served. Time-traveling movies, among them the best known “Back to the Future” trilogy (1985, 1986, 1990) with Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd, long list of body-swapping fantasies like “Freaky Friday” (1976) with Barbara Harris and Jodie Foster (remade in 2003 with Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsay Lohan) as mother and daughter, whose personalities switch their bodies, Bill Murray’s character repeatedly reliving the same day in “Groundhog Day” (1993), Michael Keaton’s character quadrupled by cloning in “Multiplicity”… to name a few. So, once we accept the fantastic premise, those movies are even more entertaining than this one, but the great advantage of the movie “I Feel Pretty”, at least great advantage for the likes of me, is that fantasy infusion has not been required.

Thanks to already experienced writers/first time directors, Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein, for coming with a realistic reason (even if already seen before, as suggested elsewhere) for particular twist that propels the story, and then to Ms. Amy Schumer for successfully presenting it in achieving quite a fluent and humoristic narrative, and making it easy to accept her character, Renee Bennett, suddenly not limited only to her inner beauty, a fact surely aided by the circumstance that actress herself doesn’t even fall in to the only other category… less beautiful… long ago advised as applicable for women. Contrasting the dominant, loud female lead with her quiet, not shy (to deliver the line “Can I be you when I grow up?”) but rather laid back, eventually boyfriend Ethan (Rory Scovel) was contributive, as well.

Finally, in her supporting role as Avery LeClair, heiress to cosmetic line, although for her corporate position apparently sufficiently highly educated and quite well looking, Michelle Williams feels unsecure and requires help, so she uses suddenly wonderfully uninhibited Renee to deal with her physical (vocal) limitations, lack of business ideas, and other frustrations of her somewhat awkward position. Already established as dramatic actress, Williams uses this chance well to skillfully break into comedic acting by spicing her character with a touch of restrained lunacy.

In conclusion, film is at times touching, sufficiently amusing, and positively motivating… all of which should, hopefully, help (not only) girls “feel pretty and witty and bright!” (Line excerpted from the musical “West Side Story” and its song of the same title “I Feel Pretty”.)

I Feel Pretty review by chandel_salwin – Enjoyable movie

I felt I had to write this review because I was really Impressed with this movie. I can honestly say I can not wait for this movie to go to DVD so I can watch it over and over. I’m not a Amy Schumacher fan if anything I avoid her movies. I was watching another movie when the trailer for this movie came on and it had me laughing. So when the movie came out in the cinema I treated myself to a movie night on my own. I wasn’t really expecting much maybe a few laughs and that’s if I didn’t see all the only funny bits in the trailer. I’m not going to give any of the movie away only that yes it was predictable and that’s OK because I like many other women can see ourself in this movie. How many times have we thought if only I was Skinner, prettier, and so on. I feel pretty teaches us it really is what is on the inside that we project on the outside. Confidence is really what we all need more off. I liked this movie because I could see myself in so much some of the silly things she does, the whole movie was laughing even the men with their partners. Great work Amy and cast, I do feel pretty.

I Feel Pretty review by Petsalv – This movie deserves a higher rating

I don’t generally watch movies that rate under 6 stars just to save wasting time. I don’t think I’ll do that anymore.

I went to see I Feel Pretty with a friend as the trailer had me hooked. I literally just created a IMDB account to leave a review because I just honestly can’t believe how many awful reviews there are about this movie! Amy Schumer is every woman and I LOVED her in this. I laughed and nearly cried and above all felt empowered and walked out of the cinema feeling great about myself. Not many movies can do that.

The character development and screenwriting are both very sound, and although nothing we haven’t seen before, this film is fun, loveable and simply one of the best ‘feel good’ movies I’ve seen in a long time.

Please don’t let the ratings turn you off… It’s hilarious. I can’t wait to take my sister and mum and anyone else who will see it with me.

I Feel Pretty review by Plasticanimalz – Great Fun!

There were at least two scenes where I literally bowled over laughing and produced tears. This being said, I find it hard to believe all the bad reviews (5 times more from men than woman) considering there’s only been ONE screening so far and I don’t think these are viewers from a pre-screening. Just a hunch. So, the majority of the reviews in are not from people who’ve actually seen the film. I realize there is this vast cadre of men who want to live in their fantasy that Jonah Hill and Michael Cera not only save the world but date super models or Emma Stone, and Amy Schumer messes with that fantasy lens. She’s cool, get over it. Notice women don’t flock to down-vote all the ridiculous kung fu and superhero movies men like, where mostly all they do is grunt. Perspective.

On to I Feel Pretty. I wasn’t sure what to expect. Train wreck was very good and then the next one with Goldie Hawn was…okay, but just okay. I thought the Michelle William’s Avery character was great. I probably wouldn’t have realized it was her if I hadn’t seen her name in the title. It was nice to see her doing comedy again, as she was great in that movie with Kirsten Dunst I can’t say on IMDB without it getting flagged. You know, the one about Watergate. It was great to see Aidy and Sasheer from SNL. Andy has such great delivery and Sasheer is so visually expressive with her comedy. She can say a lot with just a look. I was afraid when Amy had her dialogue with Busy and Aidy it was going to get a bit too preachy about women but it didn’t. It addressed it just enough then expressed the rest with the comedy.

I’m not going to say specific moments I thought were hilarious or really got me ’cause I don’t want to spoil anything, but the physical comedy was great and the Andrea Zuckerman moment was very funny for me. We were thoroughly entertained by this film. Amy Schumer really put some of her best work in this and it’s a definite fun movie to see with your friends, sister, whomever.

I Feel Pretty review by Cahrc – Great Chick Movie

If you like blood, gore, zombies, car chases, rolling heads, and men beating up/shooting/slashing/killing other men, this movie is NOT for you (isn’t that a nice way of saying, “this movie is not a man’s movie?”). I would suggest that it’s possible a lot of guys will hate this movie, while a large number of women will enjoy it.

My daughter and I went to this movie and laughed all through it – as did the audience in the packed theater. The laughter was for a lot of reason – outright outrageousness, to “I can relate,” to, “wow – Shumer is taking more risks (in some ways) in this movie than the others she has done.”

One reviewer said, on a positive note, “this movie is no more than what it claims to be,” and I think that’s a great observation. The casting was great, and there was a subtlety that was great. There was no pandering, and no self-congratulatory type message at the end. The movie was just a snippet of something that females will relate to. (Please, this is not a bash on men – just as I have yet to find a female who likes the Three Stooges – it simply means that sometimes humor can lean toward one gender or another. So, if you are the man that loved this movie, or the female that binge-watches Larry, Curly and Moe, that’s great.)

I don’t rate Zombie movies because, I hate them. I’m writing this review because I watch a lot of comedies, and I thought this comedy hit the mark it was aiming for. Lots of fun!

I Feel Pretty review by Mdlwood – Go see it! Decide for yourself.

Listen people. It’s not supposed to be an Oscar-worthy, slow, deep, depressing drama. BE SERIOUS. This movie is exactly what it claims to me … a fun, accurate, timely portrayal of how we treat ourselves and each other! Those side-eyes we all throw and the whispering about each other and “who does she think she is” looks … and the comments we feel entitled to say to each other or about each other. Nailed it. We can do better. I know I can.

What else does it nail? Beauty and confidence come from the inside, how we talk to ourselves does matter, stunningly beautiful people still have feelings and struggles and insecurities, true friends call you out when you’re out of line, you don’t have to be good at everything, do what you have to do to feel comfortable in your own skin and then ROCK it because you are AMAZING. I laughed. I cried a little. I related and related and related. It’s an important, universally-applicable, valuable, timely lesson. Don’t listen to the haters about this movie, or anything else really. If you need a pep talk, go see it. If you need to help someone else understand their worth, go see it. If you need a reminder that you’re not alone, go see it. If you can only enjoy movies that are Oscar bound, I still think you should see it. I guarantee someone around you needs to hear what it has to say. That’s all.

I Feel Pretty review by Mdlwood – Timely, important movie!

Listen people. It’s not supposed to be an Oscar-worthy, slow, deep, depressing drama. BE SERIOUS. This movie is exactly what it claims to me … a fun, accurate, timely portrayal of how we treat ourselves and each other! Those side-eyes we all throw and the whispering about each other and “who does she think she is” looks … and the comments we feel entitled to say to each other or about each other. Nailed it. We can do better. I know I can.

What else does it nail? Beauty and confidence come from the inside, how we talk to ourselves does matter, stunningly beautiful people still have feelings and struggles and insecurities, true friends call you out when you’re out of line, you don’t have to be good at everything, do what you have to do to feel comfortable in your own skin and then ROCK it because you are AMAZING. I laughed. I cried a little. I related and related and related. It’s an important, universally-applicable, valuable, timely lesson. Don’t listen to the haters about this movie, or anything else really. If you need a pep talk, go see it. If you need to help someone else understand their worth, go see it. If you need a reminder that you’re not alone, go see it. If you can only enjoy movies that are Oscar bound, I still think you should see it. I guarantee someone around you needs to hear what it has to say. That’s all.

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