The Wrong Missy movie review - Aussieboyreviews
HOW EXPLICIT IS THE RAUNCHY, SLAPSTICK HUMOUR IN THE WRONG MISSY?
Viewers, this film is a very raunchy, slapstick and goofy crass romantic comedy. There’s usual boring scenes and funny scenes, but the comedic rape and sexual assault ruins the rest.
Tim invites his the woman of his dreams to holiday on an island resort with him. But he is shocked when he realises he mistakingly texted as one of his nightmare blind dates comes along on the trip instead of his dream girl.
Director: Tyler Spindel
Cast: David Spade, Lauren Lapkus, Nick Swardson, Geoff Pierson, Jackie Sandler, Sarah Chalke, Rob Schneider, Chris Witaske, Molly Sims
Writer: Chris Pappas, Kevin Barnett
Release Date (Australia): 13 May 2020
Runtime: 90 minutes/1h 30m
Genre: Comedy, Romance
CONTENT GUIDE (WARNING: MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS)
The film contains strong crude humour throughout, as well as crude depictions of sexual assault.
The film contains moderate slapstick violence and injury detail, as well as crude depictions of sexual assault and rape.
The film features frequent use of the word “f**k”, in addition to use of the words “s**t”, “d**k” and “p***y”.
There is a single scene briefly depicting marijuana smoking.
The film contains frequent sexual references and strong crude sexual humour, including use of the word “f**k” in a sexual context, implied masturbation, and a lengthy scene in which a man and two women kiss passionately together.
NR (Not Rated)
Aussie boy's thoughts
The Wrong Missy is another brainless romance-comedy designed for the lovers of unoriginal sex jokes, but is empty when it comes to pleasurable humour. Seriously, the film is so dumb and lame that you’ll either fall asleep, get bored or manage to make it to the finish after predicting every careless joke.
Not only is the humour portrayed by Lauren Lapkus completely and mindlessly forgettable, it relies on slapstick violence, sexual assault and vulgar dialogue for a few laughs. The Wrong Missy is a tasteless way of enjoying the crass-comedy genre, and you’re much better off skipping this painful waste of time.
What’s the actual point in the type of humour spread throughout this mortification? The absorbing plot is also sent to waste by the unlikeable characters, annoying behaviour and sometimes insulting humour. The offensive humour is usually the comedic depictions of sexual violence, which somehow, the individuals are supposed to find funny. You’ll also have to enjoy and chuckle at over-the-top performers staging dumbly vulgar characters to be able to enjoy this “comedy”. Don’t watch The Wrong Missy if you get irritated by slapstick-sexual humour.
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