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Amy Schumer's 'Trainwreck' leaves the station with mostly strong reviews

Amy Schumer's 'Trainwreck' leaves the station with mostly strong reviews

Writer-star Amy Schumer's bawdy romantic comedy "Trainwreck" is anything but a disaster, according to film critics. The Judd Apatow-directed romp about a hard-living magazine writer (Schumer) wrestling with monogamy after meeting a down-to-earth sports doctor (Bill Hader) is being hailed as a funny, confident big-screen debut for Schumer, even if the movie is overlong and occasionally uneven. The Times' Rebecca Keegan calls "Trainwreck" a "surprisingly touching and raucously funny R-rated comedy." She continues: "Don't be distracted by its low-cut blouse, 'Trainwreck' is all about the heart, as the movie asks a question that has...

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