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You Again, the nonstop laugh fest, is pure fun that features an all-star cast with comedy pedigrees - including Kristen Bell, Jamie Lee Curtis, Sigourney Weaver and the always outrageous Betty White. For Marnie Bell, high school was a horror movie, and her brother's wedding is the sequel when her archrival comes back to haunt her as his bride. It's nice girl versus mean girl in this hysterical reunion with the one person Marnie would really like to forget. And if that weren't enough, Marnie's mom Curtis reunites with her own high school nemesis Weaver. Complete with hilarious, never-before-seen bonus material, You Again is one crazy comedy that'll keep you laughing again and again.
Contrary to the advertising campaign, You Again is not a laugh-a-minute comedy bursting with witty comebacks and flying food, but a slower-paced, at-times shallow drama about rivalries, second chances, and people's ability to change. High school was a miserable time for Marni Kristen Bell, but she's overcome her past experiences and become a successful businesswoman. When her brother Will James Wolk announces his impending marriage, Marni is thrilled--at least until she learns that he's marrying her old high-school nemesis Joanna Odette Yustman. At first, Joanna pretends not to remember Marni, and it appears that she really has changed her ways and become a compassionate adult, but soon a darker truth begins to emerge and things start to get downright ugly. As fate would have it, Joanna's aunt Ramona Sigourney Weaver turns out to be the old high-school best friend turned enemy of Marni's mother Gail Jamie Lee Curtis, and even Marni's grandma Bunny Betty White encounters an old rival before the film is done. Despite each of the women's desire to overcome past ill feelings, old wounds have festered and the reunions bring out the worst in everyone involved. Wedding planner Georgia Kristin Chenoweth is completely oblivious to everything but her own over-the-top agenda, while Marni's dad/Gail's husband Mark Victor Garber and groom Will quickly go from being clueless to completely perplexed by the women's behavior. There are indeed amusing scenes in which the characters duel on the dance floor, throw plates and food, and have some unlucky encounters with an ant bed and a rickety tree house, but generally the film's pace is too slow and the whole thing just feels strained and far-fetched. It's too bad, because it's a waste of talented actors. --Tami Horiuchi