Capsule Summary (Minor plot spoilers):
Snatched is the latest comedy from Amy Schumer, and Goldie Hawn. It’s Hawn’s first appearance on screen in 15 years, and is long overdue.
Emily MIddleton (Schumer) has been dumped by her boyfriend, and resorts to taking her mother, Linda (Hawn), on the trip to Ecuador that she’d planned with him. Things go awry, and the two of them are forced to work together to escape the perilous situation they’ve been subjected to. Comedy and action sequences ensue, leading to a satisfying resolution.
If you are a fan of Amy Schumer’s humor, you will enjoy this film. Schumer and Hawn bond well on stage, and there are several good supporting performances. If you’re not a fan of her style of humor, then you probably won’t like it.
Standard Review (contains plot spoilers):
I don’t feel the need to elaborate much further on the film, but I will say that the audience and I rather enjoyed the movie. There are several good performances by the supporting cast, and there’s a subtle context about them not really waiting for a MAN to rescue them that plays throughout, but it isn’t as prominent as some people may want you to believe.
There are far more jokes than what you see in the trailer.