You Again

Okay, here's the deal:
  • Betty White? ("The Proposal") I like her; although she's a tad overexposed.
  • Jamie Lee Curtis? ("Freaky Friday") I like her; she has an unusual "look."
  • Sigourney Weaver? ("Avatar") I like her; her ultra-sophisticated persona works here.
  • Victor Garber? ("The Town") I like him; he makes a convincing paterfamilias.
  • Patrick Duffy? (Lots of TV) I like him; although I can't say when I last saw him.
  • Cloris Leachman? ("New York, I Love You") I like her; her appearance is a delightful surprise.
  • Kristen Bell? ("When in Rome") Not so much....
  • Kristin Chenoweth? ("Four Christmases") Not at all!
The moral of this story? High school grudges should probably stay in high school, although your worst enemies in those anxious days may be the biggest contributors to your success in adulthood because you've just gotta "show those guys!!!"

Other than a sterling cast, this movie doesn't have much to recommend it: The plot is puerile; the multi-generational grudges start cute, but fizzle out; the high-school flashbacks are painful; the humor is forced; the acting is dreadful; the dialogue stinks; and self-centeredness seems to be on display ... again.