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Submitted by MinimeJer05 1144d ago | review

The Daily Rotation - The Guilt Trip Review

Sean of The Daily Rotation wrote, "The Guilt Trip represents a turning point in the career of Seth Rogen, and it’s not exactly a turn most of his fans will be welcoming with open arms. You see, it’s not a dramatic turn, and I can’t quite say it’s a comedic turn, either. It’s his turn to an even wider mainstream audience (his films have garnered huge box office and critical praise in the past, so this isn’t a break out), an audience I like to call the “Grandparents Demographic”, because it’s the type of movie old people will go to see, and the type that young people won’t be afraid to go see with their parents, grandparents, younger kids, and every other slack-jaw currently wandering through retail outlets at the moment." (Cinema, The Guilt Trip) 7.2/10

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