Georgia King, Actress: Wild Child. Joanna then starts a fight with Marni, who fights back. However, Marni puts together a makeshift wedding at the hospital, with the bride and groom bandaged, but properly dressed and able to walk down the aisle. [10] Bonus features include deleted scenes, bloopers, and a question-and-answer (Q&A) feature entitled Ask the Cast.[11]. However, Will unplugs the video projector before the video is complete and walks out, furious. Although King grew up dreaming of being a director, she got her break into acting when she was eighteen and still working at a cheese shop, making her professional debut as Rosamond Oliver in Jane Eyre. You Again has received negative reviews from critics. Marni appears to start a relationship with Charlie (Sean Wing), her brother's best friend who has always been kind to her. Meanwhile, Gail comes to Ramona's hotel room for "closure" about anything bad between them that happened in the past. H… Meanwhile, Gail comes to Ramona's hotel room for "closure" about anything bad between them that happened in the past. [2], The film was released by Touchstone Home Entertainment in a two-disc Blu-ray and DVD combo pack on February 8, 2011. Bunny finally gets her revenge when she cuts in on Helen's dance and takes her partner, while Helen swears that the game is not yet over. When she flies home to her older brother's wedding, she discovers that Will is about to marry a girl named Joanna, who happens to be J-J. The critical consensus reads: "You Again represents a rare opportunity to see some of Hollywood's finest female veterans together onscreen - and, unfortunately, wastes their talents almost completely. It's a Mean-Girl World: Are You Bully or Victim? Betty White Attempts To Make You Again Bearable On DVD, https://disney.fandom.com/wiki/You_Again?oldid=3969309. Joanna introduces Marni's grandmother Bunny to an elderly woman, Helen Sullivan (Cloris Leachman). "[6] Richard Roeper gave the film an F and stated that it was one of the worst movies he'd ever seen. [citation needed] Three of cast members from the sitcom Step by Step (Patrick Duffy, Staci Keanan, and Christine Lakin) appeared in the movie and it was mini-reunion. At home, he says that he is disgusted with the wedding and weekend being a disaster and grounds Marni and Gail. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. One day on the street, Will and Marni's grandmother Bunny (Betty White) meets a man named Tim (Kyle Bornheimer). Check out our picks for family friendly movies movies that transcend all ages. Best Coordinated TV Episode Group Costumes? [8] Fandom may earn an affiliate commission on sales made from links on this page. When it is time for guests to make a toast to the bride and groom, Tim unexpectedly jumps up to give his toast to Joanna. Rotten Tomatoes gives a score of 17% based on reviews from 93 critics. She adds that her protective older brother, Will (James Wolk), was very popular as a handsome basketball player. For even more, visit our Family Entertainment Guide. Joanna's defense for pretending not to remember Marni is: "I thought we could start over." Later that night, Marni finds Joanna in the kitchen binging on junk food. The rivalry between the two grandmothers, Betty White and Cloris Leachman, is a reference to the conflict between the two on The Mary Tyler Moore Show. Gail has a surprise for Ramona, it's Richie Phillips (Patrick Duffy), the boy from high school that Ramona wanted to go to the prom with. After Marni wrecks one of the wedding gifts in retaliation, Joanna intentionally dumps a bowl of cold soup on Marni's head. The video reveals Joanna as she was in high school: an alpha-female bully, with the footage showing proof of her tormenting Marni and other students. Joanna tries to reason with Will but he doesn't care about her past and is furious that she lied to him. To set a wrench in things, Marni invites Tim as her plus-one to the upcoming rehearsal dinner, hoping his presence there will throw a wrench into things. Having never met Joanna, Marni discovers on the flight back home that Will is about to marry her former bully, J.J. being a nickname that Joanna went by in high school. The film was released by Touchstone Home Entertainment in a two-disc Blu-ray and DVD combo pack on February 8, 2011. The film opened at the box office at 5 with $8,407,513 and would go on to gross a domestic total of $25,702,053; with an international gross of $6,303,195, You Again grossed $32,005,248 worldwide;[3] based on a $20 million budget,[2] it can be considered a moderate success. Disney Wiki is a FANDOM Movies Community. Later, the video recovered from their old high school's time capsule reveals Joanna confessing her true nature as a bully, with footage of her tormenting Marni and other students. At the rehearsal dinner, when it is time for guests to make a toast to the bride and groom, an emotional Tim reveals in his toast that Joanna left him at the altar, much to Joanna’s embarrassment and Will’s chagrin. The plot thickens when Marni's mother Gail (Jamie Lee Curtis) meets up with Joanna's aunt Ramona (Sigourney Weaver), Gail's former best friend who pushed her into a pool at their senior prom. The film stars Kristen Bell, Jamie Lee Curtis, Sigourney Weaver, Odette Yustman, James Wolk, Victor Garber, Billy Unger, Kyle Bornheimer, Kristin Chenoweth, and Betty White. Meanwhile, Marni appears to start a relationship with Charlie, her brother's best friend and the only person who was ever nice to her back in high school. The film was released on September 24, 2010, by Touchstone Pictures to negative reviews from critics and it earned $32 million[3] against a production budget of $20 million. The film stars Kristen Bell, Jamie Lee Curtis, Sigourney Weaver, Odette Yustman, James Wolk, Victor Garber, Billy Unger, Kyle Bornheimer, Kristin Chenoweth, and Betty White.. Ramona, remorseful of her actions, tells Gail that she was jealous of Gail's happy family especially that her marriages didn't work out, and feared that Gail was trying to take Joanna away from her. She refuses to give Marni a meaningful apology, and treats her disrespectfully, leaving Marni convinced that Joanna has not changed. Marni decides to bring Tim to the rehearsal dinner as part of her plan to stop the wedding. 1 as 'You Again' lags", http://www.metacritic.com/movie/you-again, "It's a Mean-Girl World: Are You Bully or Victim? The two are hugging in the pool when Gail's husband, Mark (Victor Garber), shows up. Later, a video is presented (recovered by Marni) from their old high school time capsule. [citation needed] Three of cast members from the sitcom Step by Step (Patrick Duffy, Staci Keanan, and Christine Lakin) appeared in the movie in a "mini-reunion". Marni is unwilling to forget the things Joanna did to her in high school unless she apologizes, and tries to let her brother know of Joanna's bullying past. A fight ensues, with both of them falling into the pool.