In the latest modern re-telling of a classic fairy tale, the movie industry has brought us “Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters.”
The name itself tells the premise of the movie. After being left in the woods, siblings Hansel and Gretel happen upon the house made of candy, are captured and ultimately defeat the witch holding them hostage. Now orphans, they make it their mission to hunt down and destroy witches across the world.
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In recent years, Hollywood has left the classic comedy plotlines to gather dust, in a rush to discover new avenues of entertaining audiences. In some cases, the old needs to be brushed off to remind people of true comedy and meaningful plots.
One of the most recent movies to play the road trip theme is “Due Date.” That movie, with Robert Downey Jr. and Zach Galifianakis, has the audiences rolling with every ridiculous turn in the pair’s trip.
“The Guilt Trip” does not.
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