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Trainwreck (2015)



Critic Consensus: Trainwreck drags commitment out of all but the most rom-com-phobic filmgoers with sharp humor, relatable characters, and hilarious work from Amy Schumer.

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Since she was a little girl, it's been drilled into Amy's (Schumer) head by her rascal of a dad (Colin Quinn) that monogamy isn't realistic. Now a magazine writer, Amy lives by that credo-enjoying what she feels is an uninhibited life free from stifling, boring romantic commitment-but in actuality, she's kind of in a rut. When she finds herself starting to fall for the subject of the new article she's writing, a charming and successful sports doctor named Aaron Conners (Bill Hader), Amy starts to wonder if other grown-ups, including this guy who really seems to like her, might be on to something.

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Bill Hader
as Aaron Conners
Devin Fabry
as Nine-Year-Old Amy
Carla Oudin
as Five-Year-Old Kim
Josh Segarra
as Staten Island Oli
Ryan Farrell
as One-Night Stand Guy
Robert E. Torres
as One-Night-Stand Guy
Jim Florentine
as One-Night-Stand Guy
Bobby Kelly
as One-Night-Stand Guy
Dan Soder
as Dumpster Guy
John Cena
as Steven
Jon Glaser
as Schultz
Evan Brinkman
as Allister
LeBron James
as Himself
Daniel Radcliffe
as The Dogwalker
Marisa Tomei
as The Dog Owner
Keith Robinson
as Guy in Back of Theater
Marina Franklin
as Woman in Back of Theater
Dave Hanson
as Alice's Tea Cup Waiter
Kim Caramele
as S'nuff Receptionist
Method Man
as Temembe
Max Alexander
as Max the Wheelchair Orderly
Criscia Richardson
as Injured Knicks City Dancer
Alva Chinn
as Benefit Guest
Arnold Y. Kim
as Benefit Guest
Rob Buntzen
as Benefit Guest
Karen Chamberlain
as Awards Luncheon Coordinator
Tony Romo
as Himself
Rachel Feinstein
as Nurse Rachel
Victoria Dicce
as Donald's Mother
Lisa Kicielinski
as Woman on Bench with One-Hitter
Marv Albert
as Himself
Chris Evert
as Herself
Kevin Thompson (II)
as Vanity Fair Editor
Leslie Jones
as Angry Subway Patron
Estee Adoram
as Jostled Subway Patron
Javoris Carlisle
as Trampoline Dunker
Aidan Charlery
as Trampoline Dunker
Warren Hull
as Trampoline Dunker
Eric Locklin
as Trampoline Dunker
Luciano Acuna Jr.
as Trampoline Dunker
Derric Stotts
as Trampoline Dunker
Sterling Jones
as Trampoline Dunker
Pete Davidson
as Dr. Conner's Patient
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Critic Reviews for Trainwreck

All Critics (290) | Top Critics (70)

Though her new film Trainwreck, directed by Judd Apatow, isn't a wreck - there's plenty of material to laugh about - it remains disappointingly myopic.

February 2, 2021 | Full Review…

Trainwreck is a complete blast. Even as it sends up rom-com clichés, it manages to be both seriously funny and genuinely romantic.

June 10, 2016 | Rating: 3.5/4 | Full Review…

Enjoyable enough, and certainly not a trainwreck - it just doesn't quite clear the platform.

August 16, 2015 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

Schumer's performance is a tour de force of razor-sharp comedic timing.

August 14, 2015 | Rating: 3.5/4

Schumer has produced the most retrograde romcom for years, funny though it often is.

August 14, 2015 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…

Trainwreck is both the best romantic comedy of the year as well as its most crushing disappointment.

August 13, 2015 | Rating: 3/5

Audience Reviews for Trainwreck


Schumer's humor may not be for everyone, but her timing and delivery are great and it's refreshing to see such naughty jokes that are told from a female perspective. There are fun cameos and plenty of really good laughs. The only complaint would have to be the grieving passages significantly slowing down the film, while the sport sequences do not feel all that necessary. A slimmer, shorter film might have had all the recipes for a comedy highlight of recent years. As it is, it's still one of the better funny movies of the 2010s.

Jens S.
Jens S.

Super Reviewer


Comedian Amy Schumer has indeed made some incisive satirical commentary on the trials and tribulations of the modern woman, and while I can't say I'm a huge fan of her vocally fried stand-up delivery, she does prove herself a competent actress in this movie and her televised sketches. I was expecting this romcom to break a little ground though - be unabashedly unapologetic for fourth wave feminism, but it ends up reinforcing the traditional trope of one partner trying to change the other and the other one capitulating by the end. It's a cute gender-reversed capitulation with awkward Amy winning Aaron over by dancing along with the New York Knicks cheerleaders, but there's really no development as to why the two connected in the first place, and as such, whether there's enough gas in the tank to keep this tank rolling after the obligatory grand romantic gesture. Tilda Swinton, buffed and bronzed to unrecognizable perfection, channels devil in Prada as the bossy British editrix, LeBron James is a surprise comedic talent, and can DanRad BE any cooler making fun of himself in all manners of ridiculous cameos?

Alice Shen
Alice Shen

Super Reviewer


Oh my god, this had me laughing like a madwoman on the plane. I didn't think I'd like an entire Amy Schumer screenplay but I did. Thank you Judd Apatow for another smash riot. Only thing I hated was the typical "New York rom-com ending", seriously the whole journalist apology article and flashmob performance thing has been done to death. Other than that, I'd totally pay to watch this again.

Letitia Lew
Letitia Lew

Super Reviewer

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