User Matt Lynch has already said exactly what I would say.
I was giddy with the first half, maybe even two-thirds, but as the explanations started coming and the bloated runtime kept progressing, a lot of steam was lost. This has a lot going for it: the anachronistic cognitive dissonance (in the best way) of the Hitchcock-like score; the always transparent homages (speaking of Hitchcock), some of which, like the Ethiopian jazz song featured prominently in Broken Flowers, only hit me on a nagging subconscious level until I could investigate after…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
"You know, you are going to lose us the right to vote!"
-Schumer's character to cheerleaders, flying in the face of the fact that she presents herself as a cheerleader to win back Hader's character
-Every woman in America to Amy Schumer, in a sensible world
Completely offensive. Not in its tastelessness (which is too afraid to truly be anti-establishment in any sort of way -- interestingly flirts with sex-positive female promiscuity, which, however and of course, loses out to…