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Movie Review: 'The Guilt Trip'

“The Guilt Trip” is the cinematic equivalent to a big, fuzzy sweater knitted by Mom.
Oklahoman Published: December 19, 2012

Despite the milquetoast material, Streisand and Rogen play well off one another and project a believable bond, and this is the saving grace of “The Guilt Trip.” It is nice to see Streisand in a starring role — beyond minor supporting performances in “Meet the Fockers” and “Little Fockers,” this is her first major film appearance since 1996's “The Mirror Has Two Faces.” She still can carry a movie, but “The Guilt Trip” is strictly a light-lifting exercise.

— George Lang