Barbra Streisand & Seth Rogen Hit the Road in 'The Guilt Trip' Trailer
"My penis could literally grow an eyeball and I wouldn't tell you." Yesterday the first poster for The Guilt Trip arrived with Barbra Streisand being very motherly to Seth Rogen. Now we get to see the two co-star as mother and son hitting the road for the new comedy from The Proposal director Anne Fletcher so it feels a little generic and light, but Seth Rogen kind of makes this work for me. He's so charismatic and genuine and seems to have great chemistry with Streisand, so this might be a surprisingly charming comedy when it hits at Christmas. It's also nice to see Casey Wilson from "Happy Endings" pop up briefly too.
Here's the first trailer for Anne Fletcher's The Guilt Trip originally from Yahoo:
Andy Brewster (Seth Rogen) is an inventor who lives in Los Angeles. He’s come up with an amazing organic cleaner but can’t get anyone interested in manufacturing it. Andy plans a business trip to promote the product and decides to take his recently-widowed mother (Barbra Streisand) along for the ride. She’s been despondent since his father died, so he comes up with a great idea—during the trip he’ll surprise her with a stop in San Francisco, where one of her ex-flames lives. What could go wrong? Adam Scott, Danny Pudi, Colin Hanks and Yvonne Strahovski also star in The Guilt Trip arriving on December 25th. Interested?
I'd reach back further than Due Date. Maybe Planes, Trains and Automobiles? The movie that Due Date basically remade. The road trip formula is familiar, it just depends on who's on the trip to make it worthwhile. Same with the body switch comedy.
Ethan Anderton on Oct 3, 2012
I laughed a total of zero times.
Erich Wahl on Oct 3, 2012
Here is the rest fo the movie... Son gets enough of the mom, they fight, they take different roads and in the end they finish the journey together, because love is more powerful than everything and things like that
TOONFED on Oct 3, 2012
Dont forget the scene where son says hurtful things to mom and mom mopes around for 20 minutes to piano music. While son feels guilty and turns around in a dramatic 180 on the highway.
Cody W on Oct 3, 2012
I really hate to allow my distaste for both of these stars from subjective opinion, but U couldn't pay me enough to see a movie with these 2
Tester on Oct 3, 2012
I thought: "Next scene I'm going to laugh... Maybe next scene I'm going to laugh..." Then the trailer ended and I realized that some people can make a comedy that's not funny and they believe that it's funny to make a comedy that's not funny...
maytheforce on Oct 3, 2012
How did this get made?
Bibowski on Oct 6, 2012
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