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Mildmannered businessman Sandy Patterson travels from Denver to Miami to confront the deceptively harmlesslooking woman who has been living it up after stealing Sandys identity.
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Identity Thief plays like a low rent version of Due Date with such devastating little effort in the laugh department. How did this movie go so wrong? Jason Batemans stickinthemud charm can make just about any movie good even the badly scripted ones. Here he just comes across as a schmuck and not a likable one either. With a character that gets his identity stolen you would think that we would feel more empathy towards him getting it back but me and the rest of the audience could agree to care less. Melissa McCarthy also manages to phonein her performance. Who was once the rapid fire adlib queen of comedy Melissa is seen here shackled to this lazy script and is reduced to pratfalls and white trash yammering. Then all of a sudden after the film convinces to us that she is a conniving JarJar aping pain in Batemans side we are supposed to care about her. Melissas character (also named Sandy) begins to reflect on her broken childhood which includes missing an identity of her own. Then the movie gets sentimental and I mean REALLY REALLY sentimental. As if this hackneyed script was turned over to an ABC Family writer and just decided to change the pace all together. Alright Im being too harsh. Some of the movies sweet side while pungent works in Melissas advantage because we are rewarded with a softer friendlier performance from her that was actually quite moving. But it just doesnt work not in this movie not in any RRated comedy for that matter. Also the subplot featuring the criminals and the psychotic bounty hunter did nothing for the narrative and I wasnt laughing either. What saves this movie from being a complete disaster is a few jokes I genuinely laughed at. Sometimes the movie showed us a glimmer of Melissas genius hilarity and Batemans deadpan charm. But it wasnt long until banality sunk back in. Whose to blame? I would say the screenwriter Craig Mazin. The guy who brought us such classics as The Hangover Part II. Seriously Craig just stick to working with David Zucker. To be honest I didnt even think I was getting myself into something that good in the first place. I remember cringing the first time I caught the trailer to this But I hoped in vein that it would be better than advertising suggested. But no it was just as I suspected. In short this film was a major letdown.
I have sympathy for Jason Batemans Sandy BigelowPatterson for reasons other than he was victim to identity fraud. Being a male and having the name Sandy sets up a variety of jokes from socially childish people who have never seen a male with the unisex name of Sandy. Had it not been for my sweet mother I wouldve been Michel Pulaski rather than Steven because of my fathers obsession with Canada and their hockey players and Quebec Nordiquesplayer Michel Goulet.Other than that thats about all the sympathy I have for the characters in Seth Gordons Identity Thief. Overlong underwritten and tritely crafted this is a perfect example of a comedy in the genre I call maximum antics minimum laughter. To qualify for the placement you must subject a somewhat interesting premise to more grating physical schtick than the intelligently crafted kind which centers around characters wit heart substance and wordplay.As established Bateman plays Sandy BigelowPatterson a mildmannered everyman functioning aimlessly in the corporate world that leaves him stuck in the center of the ladder. He struggles not only with responsibility and a constant neglect in a pay raise but with his wife (Amanda Peet) and two children whose demands will soon become greater. The last thing Sandy needs is Diana (Melissa McCarthy) a portly frantic remorseless woman who targets Sandy as the latest victim in her ongoing credit card fraud scheme by obtaining his information via prank call making him believe his credit card account is in jeopardy. It is when him and a number of his coworkers ditch their deadend jobs and begin working at a company created by one of the exemployees (John Cho) does Sandy feel his life is on the upandup.Sandy is soon arrested for failing to appear at a court hearing for Diana and this is when he discovers he is a victim of an identity theft. Because the law enforcement of Denver has a cockamamie list of rules they adhere to not arresting or even researching Dianas records since she lives in Winter Park Florida Sandy decides to take matters into his own hands by going down to Florida to nab Diana and get her to confess to law enforcement and to his boss to remain secure in his life again. He assumes that because of Dianas pudgy nature shell be an easy catch until he finds that shes a violent dangerous menace that is almost frighteningly haunted and mentally off balance. Not only that but both are being pursued by a witless debt collector and two other assassins that want both dead for the crimes theyve committed or allegedly committed.What ensues is a predictable uneven road comedy between the two with two actors swimming in potential but wasting it in a comedy of tired errors. Jason Bateman can play straight characters in obscure worlds in a beautiful way (see Extract for reference) and Melissa McCarthy showed that being gross can be funny in Judd Apatows Bridesmaids. Both of their schticks begin to show signs of wear as Identity Thief haplessly approaches the hour mark and many laughinducing situations have been proposed but none of them fully exercising them.Gordons previous film was Four Christmases a film that wasnt as mawkish and oversentimentalized as it couldve been. While it still accentuated a rather negative relation to the holiday of Christmas and was part of the genre I just spoke of it still kept its premise concise and did not overcompensate its material to a ghastly overlong length. Identity Thief does the opposite. Its unnecessary sequences involving overweight people having intercourse and public humiliation are got from the drearily immature cloth Im growing everso fond of laying in when I watch comedies.Yet the film really drops the ball when it attempts to make Diana a character were supposed to feel bad for after all her menace violent nature unjustifiable cruelty and not to mention her willingness to commit crimes of sheer carelessness. She is so loathsome that it isnt that her dramatic instances where her character receives humanization fall flat but its that shes proved herself to be such a smug arrogant astronomically meanspirited character that its like trying to accept a friend back after hes taken advantage of you numerous times. You feel cheated used and now foolish to consider accepting them back into your life.Identity Thief unfortunately subjects its leads into joyless gimmicky physical schtick frequent car chases and sorely unfunny scenes that evoke the least common denominator of juvenile humor. It may not be as unabashedly quirky as some other comedic efforts Ive seen this year but regarding the cast the material and the ability of the director to create a comfortable unobtrusive atmosphere this endeavor shouldve much much funnier.Starring Jason Bateman Melissa McCarthy Amanda Peet and John Cho. Directed by Seth Gordon.