TwittReview: “Tammy” should be a lot funnier with a cast of this magnitude. This a confused movie that isn’t sure what it wants to be. Grade C+
Bad Words is a movie that really made my head spin by the end. Not because it was that bad or that the plot wast that crazy and unbelievable. My head was spinning because I really wasn’t sure how to classify this movie. Did I like it? Was it bad? Was it worth the effort to cheer for Jason Bateman’s character Guy Trilby? Who really was the “bad guy” here and was there really one to be had??? And on top of that when I was I asked “What did I think of the movie” as I’m asked after every screening….all I could come up with that Bad Words is a move with a bit of sweetness, a bit of rude and crude, and some sadness that at the end of the day reminded me of a desert. Don’t ask me how I came to this as I’m still not sure how I came to this conclusion. All I know is that Bad Words left me feeling like I had a mixture of flavors that all came together like a sweet desert and when it was over I was left wanting more.