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You Again [2010]

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When a woman (Kristen Bell) returns home to meet her older brother's fiancée (Odette Yustman), she realizes the woman was her biggest tormentor in high school and all her feelings of insecurity and self-doubt come rushing back. Meanwhile, her mother (Jamie Lee Curtis) is experiencing a similar reunion with one her own high school classmates (Sigourney Weaver). Also with Victor Garber, Betty White, Kristin Chenoweth and James Wolk. Directed by Andy Fickman. [1:45 - PG]

DUELING CRITICS

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"A frothy end-of-summer treat, a family comedy about school bullies, second chances, grudges and growing up...In the end, the film leaves you in a dance-happy mood."

- Lana Berkowitz

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"Like so many Disney movies, You Again exalts shallow, materialistic values, then tries to camouflage its essentially poisonous content with several layers of sugar coating and weepy reconciliation. Once you’ve consumed its empty calories, expect a sickly aftertaste."

- Stephen Holden



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CRITICAL CONSENSUS

Lana Berkowitz | San Francisco Chronicle
Bill Goodykoontz | Arizona Republic
Keith Staskiewicz | Entertainment Weekly
Keith Phipps | Onion AV Club
Roger Ebert | Chicago Sun-Times
Rene Rodriguez | Miami Herald
Claudia Puig | USA Today
Joe Williams | St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Kimberley Jones | Austin Chronicle
Andrea Gronvall | Chicago Reader
Pam Grady | Boxoffice Magazine
Roger Moore | Orlando Sentinel
Mike Scott | New Orleans Times-Picayune
Glenn Whipp | Los Angeles Times
Andrew Barker | Variety
Kirk Honeycutt | Hollywood Reporter
Jason Zingale | Bullz-Eye.com
Michelle Orange | Movieline
Carrie Rickey | Philadelphia Inquirer
Michael O'Sullivan | Washington Post
Joe Neumaier | New York Daily News
Lisa Rosman | Time Out New York
Wesley Morris | Boston Globe
Lou Lumenick | New York Post
Stephen Holden | The New York Times


























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