In a world where R-rated comedies are scarcer than a unicorn at a coffee shop, along comes "No Hard Feelings" to break the mold, and boy, does it break it with a raucous laugh!
So, there's J-Law, our Oscar-winning hero, strapping on her comedic cape in this '80s-flavored, R-rated extravaganza directed by Gene Stupnitsky, the mastermind behind "Good Boys" and the genius co-creator of Freevee's "Jury Duty." The stage is set for chaos when Maddie Barker (played by Lawrence), an Uber driver from Montauk, finds herself teetering on the financial cliff's edge. Her ex, with a tow truck as wicked as his intentions, snatches her ride. The house Mom left her is this close to foreclosure, and her bartending gig isn't exactly funding a yacht party.
But hold your laughter, because the plot thickens like clam chowder. Our heroine turns to Craigslist and lands herself an odd job that requires her to play Cupid for a wealthy couple's son, Percy (cue the angelic choir for Andrew Barth Feldman). Piece of cake, right? Wrong! Percy's more anxious than a squirrel with a caffeine addiction, and his awkward vibes could power a rocket to Mars.
Now, with the mission being to un-shell Percy, Maddie's got her work cut out. With a car on the line, a house in the balance, and a Buick Regal as payment, the stage is set for a sidesplitting summer of surprises. You've got Matthew Broderick and Laura Benanti as the well-meaning parents, sprinkling hilarity like confetti, and Ebon Moss-Bachrach as the ex with a tow truck and a grudge.
Where & when can I stream it?
"No Hard Feelings" hit the cinemas on June 23rd, however can be purchased digitally on Google Play, Apple TV, Vudu, Youtube and Microsoft, on the 15th August 2023. It will then be available to buy on Blu-ray and DVD a couple weeks later on the 29th August.
It is still not known where or when it will be available to stream, however thanks to a recent deal between Netflix and Sony, it will most likely be available to stream on Netflix towards the end of 2023.
|Digital Purchase||April 15th|
|DVD + Blu-Ray||April 29th|
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