I feel pretty (Blu-ray review)

Director; Abby Kohn & Marc Silverstein
Comedy
1h 50 minutes
Out on Bluray
Copy provided by UIP

I Feel Pretty is a romantic comedy that goes flat every now and then, a somewhat remake of the 2001 film with Jack Black and Gwyneth Paltrow, Shallow Hal. A story about seeing someone with a whole new perspective, in this case, yourself. Renee played by comedian Amy Schumer, an ordinary girl with a semi-confidence personality has a minor accident and starts seeing herself differently, the gorgeous woman she always dreamt of looking like with a brand new attitude.

I feel pretty is an OK feel-good movie with a touch of everything from humor, romance, friendship and learning to love yourself as you are. Though a rather dull script and not anywhere near being anything one hasn’t seen or heard before, it’s not a complete waste of your time, the movie isn’t great but you’ll get a few laughs and a smile throughout and the acting itself ain’t all that shabby. 4/10

Bluray extras;
Being Pretty – Featurette
Deleted scenes
Gag reels