Trainwreck 2015 Full Movie Watch Online

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Trainwreck 2015 Full Movie Watch Online

Trainwreck

Theatrical release poster
Directed by Judd Apatow
Produced by
  • Judd Apatow
  • Barry Mendel
Written by Amy Schumer
Starring
  • Amy Schumer
  • Bill Hader
  • Brie Larson
  • Colin Quinn
  • John Cena
  • Vanessa Bayer
  • Mike Birbiglia
  • Ezra Miller
  • Tilda Swinton
  • LeBron James
Music by Jon Brion
Cinematography Jody Lee Lipes
Edited by Paul Zucker
Production
company
Apatow Productions
Distributed by Universal Pictures
Release dates
  • March 15, 2015 (2015-03-15) (SXSW)
  • July 17, 2015 (2015-07-17) (United States)
Running time
124 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $35 million
Box office $138.3 million

Trainwreck 2015 Full Movie Watch Online

Trainwreck is a 2015 American romantic comedy film directed by Judd Apatow and written by Amy Schumer. The film stars Schumer and Bill Hader along with an ensemble cast that includes Tilda Swinton, Brie Larson, Colin Quinn, Vanessa Bayer, John Cena and LeBron James.

Principal photography began on May 19, 2014 in New York City. The film premiered at the 2015 South by Southwest Film Festival on March 15, 2015, and was released theatrically in the United States on July 17, 2015, by Universal Pictures.

Trainwreck 2015

Trainwreck 2015

Judd Apatow’s latest comedy stars and is written by Amy Schumer, currently feted as the most raunchily outspoken woman in American entertainment. She plays Amy, a journalist and bacchanalian free spirit with a deep distrust of monogamy who begins to rethink her life after falling for Aaron (Bill Hader), a somewhat buttoned-up sports doctor.

Trainwreck contains some bracingly risque moments – not least Amy’s sex scene with a musclebound lunk (played with cheerful brio by wrestler-actor John Cena) who can’t help outing himself as gay with every grunted utterance. Juicily written as it is, Trainwreck doesn’t live up to the promise either of its poster (a riotous Schumer swigging from a paper-bagged bottle) or its title, however ironic it’s meant to be. Amy isn’t that much of a mess – she’s a bit cynical, gets drunk occasionally, sleeps with a varied range of guys, but all in all she’s hardly more extreme than Seinfeld’s Elaine in her heyday.

Schumer is good company here, but doesn’t play to the strengths of her standup routines, where the mixture of outrage, sang-froid delivery and mischievously cherubic looks add up to something much sharper. Hader is fun, with his cartoonishly angular face, as a gawky straitlaced type in the Jack Lemmon mould. And Tilda Swinton is very funny in yet another “As you’ve never seen her before!” transformation, playing a bottle-tanned, cockney-accented magazine editor – imagine a lightly sauteed Janet Street-Porter.

The film slightly suffers from Apatow’s characteristic taste for improv and loose structure, never quite adding up to a coherent whole. The already controversial romcom redemption of Amy’s inner “nice girl” is a big minus. But just as troubling is the way that Amy, who staunchly declares herself indifferent to sport – the ultimate American heresy – is finally made to join in and cheer with everyone else. Enjoyable enough, and certainly not a trainwreck – it just doesn’t quite clear the platform.

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