TrainwreckBlu-ray Disc - 2015
"Beneath all of his bad-boy shtick, Apatow's always been a pretty conventional moralist. But Schumer gives their raunchy rom-com enough of her signature spikiness to prevent it from ever feeling predictable."--Entertainment Weekly
"Schumer raises Apatow's game beautifully. Her biting, pitch-black wit and his penchant for character-driven comedy go together like gin and tonic."--New York Daily News
"A film that crackles with edgy and boundary-pushing wit."--Toronto Star
Since she was little, it's been drilled into Amy's head by her dad 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; Amy starts to wonder if other grown-ups might be on to something.
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LeBron: Okay, so you... You had the salmon. That's about $14.
Aaron: What are you doing, man?
LeBron: You had two Cokes.
Aaron: Dude, are you trying to split the bill? Look.
LeBron: Look, I... Look, I told you those refills weren't free. Yeah.
Aaron: No, no, no, no, no. We're not splitting the bill. Pick up the check.
LeBron: Why do I have to pick up the check?
Aaron: 'Cause you're LeBron James.
LeBron: Listen, don't look at me no differently now just because I got a little money. Look, I don't know how long this coud last. Anything can happen. Right. I'm not about to end up like MC Hammer. Yeah. Listen, you owe $32.43.
Dad (part 1 of 2:) Dad: Girls, your mother and I are getting divorced. Don't cry. I know you're upset. I know you're confused. I don't know what your mother told you, but let me explain it from my side, in terms you can understand.You got your doll, right? You got your doll there. ... You got your doll. You like your doll, right? ... You love your doll. ... Yes, you love the doll. But what if I told you... that was the only doll you're allowed to play with the rest of your life? How would you feel? Sad.
Dad (part 2 of 2:) You'd feel sad. Of course. 'Cause there's a lot of other dolls on your shelves. And if you play with the other dolls, you can't have that doll anymore. Even though that doll doesn't really want to play with you at this point. You're both living a lie. There's other dolls you like, and they're making new dolls every year. You want a stewardess doll? ... What about a slightly overweight cocktail waitress doll? ... What about a doll who happens to be best friends with your main doll? Yeah. It could happen, right? ... A doll you only play with one day and never see again? Yeah! What about a doll where your friend's playing with a doll, and he needs you to, you know, kind of man up with the other doll. You don't even wanna play with that doll, but you do it... 'cause your friend's playing with that doll. You don't wanna sit there and leave the other doll unattended. ... So that's why me and Mom are getting divorced. Monogamy isn't realistic.
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