Walk of Shame

2014

Action / Comedy

308
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 12%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 38%
IMDb Rating 6 10 46796

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Elizabeth Banks as Meghan
Ethan Suplee as Officer Dave
James Marsden as Gordon
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1hr 35 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Argemaluco 6 / 10

Walk of Shame is a mediocre comedy rescued to some point by the performances

Walk of Shame belongs to the sub-genus of films which usurp the clichés of the modern vulgar comedy and bring them a female treatment, something which has worked well in some occasions (Bridesmaids, The To Do List) and fatally failed in other ones (The Heat, Bad Teacher). Walk of Shame is on some intermediate point, because the solid performances compensate on some way a weak and unimaginative screenplay which loses many opportunities to exploit the stereotypical "walk of shame" situation. I would say that Walk of Shame is kinda like an adult version of Adventures in Babysitting, because both films portray a woman completely outside her element who must face the challenges of the big city (and, as a "coincidence", these challenges also include criminals, identity confusion and improvised songs). The whole cast from Walk of Shame makes a competent work, but the film's strongest point is Elizabeth Banks, who has been stealing scenes in an uncountable number of films and TV series (specially, in Pitch Perfect, 30 Rock and Slither) for many years. Banks takes the maximum advantage of the predictable situations and humorous clichés she's assigned, proving that, yes, there are occasions in which a good actor can rescue a mediocre screenplay to some point. Besides, she's well supported by the rest of the cast: Gillian Jacobs is as enthusiastic and credible in her role as she always is; James Marsden makes an adequate work as the gallant; and Kevin Nealon, Ethan Suplee, Sarah Wright and Alphonso McAuley make a good work in their brief roles. I don't know if the humor from Walk of Shame exceeds the line of bad taste with some racist and sexist jokes; I wouldn't have minded if they had been very good, but they aren't, and they end up feeling like lazy attempts to bring an audacious and subversive edge to a story which didn't need it. And, talking about sexism, I have to mention how well Banks looks with the yellow dress she wears in this movie; my apologies for pointing that out, and I won't say more. So, Walk of Shame is a mediocre comedy which kept me moderately entertained mainly because of the performances, and I can give a slight recommendation to it because of that.

Reviewed by Benedito Dias Rodrigues 6 / 10

Date Night,After Hours...Copy but Funny!!!

Walk of Shame surfing in the wave of the Date Night,After Hours among the other movies...but have another thing that differentiates from them it's sexy...all kind of situations is about the yellow short dress,besides the plot could be unbelievable works as comedy of errors....the main character Meghan (Elizabeth Banks) is surprising fantastic and reasonable in the role carrying the movie along the streets.....good movie even as carbon copy of the other famous movies.

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Reviewed by yc955 9 / 10

Banks pulled this one off big time!

Always loved Liz Banks. Not very common to have a picture perfect face with a even better skill to back it up. Ms Banks is clearly one of the few such lead actors. Honestly, the story line has holes you can fly choppers right through them. But hey, it's comedy, right? But without Ms Banks, I don't think this could have worked. She has the thing to pull the viewer in and ride alone with her with sympathy and lighthearted fun. No Oscar stuff here. But this movie is smart, sexy, and fun. Love it!

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