Raymond K. Nakamura
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Train Wreck

I liked Train Wreck more than I expected. The ads suggested the Amy Schumer character was a kind of drunken mess that might seem cool when you're younger but seems pathetic when you're older. Though she does play the messed up one who has to sort out her priorities, generally it fits a rom-com mould with a few raunchy scenes that were verbal more than visual. Basketball star LeBron James is unexpectedly fun playing himself as a compassionate friend. Maybe because of evolution, films where people end up happy not being together seem to only be for art houses.