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Review: Streisand's road comedy never gets into gear

7:51 PM, Dec. 19, 2012
Seth Rogen and Barbra Streisand are squeezed together for eight days in an economy car that isn't exactly luxurious with laughs, either, in 'The Guilt Trip.'
Seth Rogen and Barbra Streisand are squeezed together for eight days in an economy car that isn't exactly luxurious with laughs, either, in 'The Guilt Trip.'
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For their latest comic trick, Barbra Streisand and Seth Rogen go for something that neither has been known for over the course of their respective careers - cute. With "The Guilt Trip," they've made a holiday comedy safer for Streisand's audience than for Rogen's, a mild-mannered movie you won't be embarrassed to take your mom to.

Well, not too embarrassed.

Rogen is Andy, an organic chemist who left his job with the Environmental Protection Agency to try and sell his environmentally friendly cleaner, Scieoclean, to K-Mart, Costco, Ace Hardware or whoever will have it. He's struggling. ...

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