It is the summer of Amy Schumer and "Trainwreck" proves it. Seriously, for those of us who’ve been paying attention, we’ve patiently been waiting for this moment. We all knew she was a unique comedic talent who talks about sex, drugs and drinking (subjects often dominated by men) better than most. Combined with Judd Apatow’s ability to direct some of our best comedians, as well as her own writing and ability to command the lead role, I hoped this one would deliver. And it did! “Trainwreck” is packed with laughs from beginning to end. There is a slight lull in the script allowing for the more human side of the characters to reveal themselves. These moments are necessary in any great comedy. They ground the story and make it approachable. Beyond those moments of “realness,” I laughed from beginning to end. If this is our first glimpse at Schumer’s big screen prowess, I cannot wait to see where we go next.
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