'Snatched' is classic Schumer humor without the heart of 'Trainwreck'

It's been two years' since Amy Schumer's critically-acclaimed Trainwreck, and the comedian has hardly become complacent. In the interim, Schumer won an Emmy and then wrapped a season of Inside Amy Schumer, published The Girl With the Lower Back Tattoo, and wrote a screenplay with Jennifer Lawrence. Her latest film venture, the mother-daughter buddy-com Snatched, co-starring Goldie Hawn, isn't a Trainwreck-level breakthrough, and Schumer is in a much brighter public spotlight than she was in 2015. Mashable's Angie Han described the film as a "wasted opportunity" in which the leads outshine the story, and critics generally agreed that there is little beyond the surface. Find out what critics thought of Snatched below. SEE ALSO: Amy Schumer's 'Snatched' wants to be funny and emotional, but only succeeds at one of those things   Schumer & Hawn Owen Glieberman, Variety: Schumer is a virtuoso of cringe comedy. When her character, Emily, gets […] Read more »