Linda has lost her lust for live, so Emily thinks that this trip will do her the world of good. Schumer's intensity is insane (watch Emily as she's told her face is too "puffy" to attract sex traffickers) and Hawn (who hasn't appeared in a movie for 15 years) makes for an above-average foil. Also featuring in "Snatched" are Wanda Sykes as Ruth, a character that talks far too much, and Joan Cusack as Barb, a character who does not talk at all, which seems like a disgusting underuse of a wonderful actress.
The tone lurches between macabre (the accidental murders of two kidnappers by shovel and harpoon gun) and toe-curling humiliation (Schumer being caught red-handed washing her undercarriage over a sink), with scant regard for the finer points of character development or plotting.
And there lies the big problem with "Snatched", a film that probably sounded better in the pitch meeting than what came from the final product. I'm saying, however, that such a movie is something I'd be interested in seeing. Schumer certainly deserves credit for being willing to humiliate herself and look bad on screen.
Keen to show off her age-defying figure, the 71-year-old also sported a patterned dress, which clung to her enviable curves as she danced around for photographer Terry Richardson.
More powerful, Schumer adds, is the gentle and personal comedy of an individual like Hawn.
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Director Jonathan Levine has made a film so hacked together and tiresome for Schumer that it makes you cry out for a below average Melissa McCarthy vehicle-where have you gone "Identity Thief" or "The Boss"? That makes it hard to care whether or not she finds the happiness she seeks.
Ultimately, the biggest problem with Snatched is that it isn't very amusing. Anger doesn't get you anywhere. While we know how gross kids can be, those instances were just overkill and unnecessary. There is one sequence which thankfully isn't available online, but whether or not you think it's worth the price of admission is up to you.
Their cinematic partnership began when Schumer cold-pitched the film to Hawn, then a total stranger, after they had both disembarked from the same flight. However, there's one glorious exception, a sublime piece of proper laugh-out-loud physical comedy that involves a visit to a jungle doctor.
If you don't like Schumer - and she has faced quite a bit of backlash this year, especially for her recent Netflix stand-up special - Snatched will only feed those feelings. "Help me put the fun in non-refundable", she pleads.