Judd Apatow has brought out the likes of some of our favorite stoners, as well as other comediennes like Amy Schumer and Lena Dunham.
“Wait, isn’t this a film by Amy Schumer?” you may ask yourself, if you are that into film, or maybe not. I don’t know you, but you may still want to watch the trailer.
Amy Schumer writes this romp featuring herself as a young adult who’s mind was altered by her father’s word of advice, monogamy is wrong; and in an attempt to replicate how typical New Yorkers act, or rather in our generation, she’s managed to hit a bulls-eye. Obviously, I may be speaking from personal observations of the Lower-East Side (I don’t go in bars but people are obnoxiously drunk on the streets), and no I’m not pulling a Brian Williams (too soon?). This film features her acting upon bullshit instinct, and besides that, I only care for LeBron’s fictional friendship with Bill Hader’s character.
The green band trailer is meh, except for LeBron, and the red band hits with gold. Okay I may be lying to myself, but I did get more laughs from John Cena and of course LeBron. The film seems to be without its charm from the looks of the trailer but hey I’m not one to judge prematurely.
Also did I mention LeBron? LeBron anyone? I’m sorry but despite my bias of him, he is currently one of the best basketball players of all time, and he has good comedic timing. Check out the red band trailer below.