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Apparently she thought it was “appropriate” to sleep with this guy, and that doing so wasn’t really cheating on me. My problem isn’t just that she slept with an old lover, but that she seems to think that such behavior was perfectly reasonable and I shouldn’t be upset about it.Now I wonder if I really know her at all, and am thinking that I should break off our relationship, even though I love her with all my heart.When her character, Emily, gets fired, and is then dumped by her boyfriend, her mixture of pathological self-doubt and clueless egomania is served up with a candor you can’t stop gawking (or giggling) at. But at “Snatched,” even if you do love Amy Schumer, you have to follow her into an aggressively cartoonish mother-daughter vacation-from-hell comedy that never strays far from the fractious, one-note surface.The movie teams Schumer with Goldie Hawn, in what’s supposed to be a return to form for the original contempo kewpie doll of screwball comedy.In “Snatched,” her first movie since “Trainwreck,” Schumer gets cast as a loser who’s even further down on the totem pole of respectability.It’s a sign of Schumer’s rapport with the audience that in the opening scene, where she appears to be playing the most annoying off-the-rack clothing-store customer in history (it turns out she’s actually the Schumer is a virtuoso of cringe comedy.
The very night after we moved in, we met the neighbor across the street — let’s call him Buck. If you have a relationship/dating question I can help answer, you can send me your letters at [email protected](be sure to read these guidelines first). I am reasonably certain I know what the answer is to this problem, but I think I mostly need help on properly finessing it. We moved into our row house in Brooklyn a year ago. You can also follow along on Facebook and Instagram.Hawn plays Emily’s divorced mom, Linda, who is settled and stodgy, and treats her children with such indulgence that she has turned them into flamboyantly arrested basket cases.Emily’s brother, Jeffrey (Ike Barinholtz), is an agoraphobe who still lives at home with the woman he calls “Ma-” (he’s also a pop-culture drooler who thinks he can speak Klingon).