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Raunchy comedies don’t come easily. That’s right, we’re reviewing No Hard Feelings this week, a new film from Gene Stupnitsky, who previously directed Good Boys and co-created Jury Duty. No Hard Feelings marks the return of Jennifer Lawrence to the big screen (if you don’t count the limited release of Don’t Look Up) since she made us wonder if her agent needs a strict talking-to in 2018’s Red Sparrow. We discuss the somewhat divisive comedy, which Lawrence co-produced, and of course finish the show with the Rotten Tomatoes Game.

No Hard Feelings was co-written by Stupnitsky and John Phillips. In addition to Lawrence, the cast includes Andrew Barth Feldman, Laura Benanti, Natalie Morales, Kyle Mooney, Hasan Minhaj, and Matthew Broderick. The film opened nationwide on June 23 through Sony Pictures Releasing and has a 103-minute runtime.

Our intro music this week is “Gato” by TyLuv. & Strehlow.

Synopsis for No Hard Feelings:

NOT A LOVE STORY. On the brink of losing her childhood home, Maddie discovers an intriguing job listing: wealthy helicopter parents looking for someone to “date” their introverted 19-year-old son, Percy, before he leaves for college. To her surprise, Maddie soon discovers the awkward Percy is no sure thing. [Source: Letterboxd]

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