"Forgettable Bi-Polar Comedy"
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WELCOME TO ME is a forgettable comedy with a strong pagan worldview. The comical storyline could have been promising, but the movie goes overboard and isn’t really funny. Once again Kristen Wiig plays the awkward character trying to make friends. Her character is completely focused on herself throughout the movie’s entire story, though at the very end she does become a more giving person. WELCOME TO ME also has lots of strong foul language, other lewd content and substance abuse. There are also multiple scenes of dogs being neutered. Media-wise moviegoers won’t give a big welcome to WELCOME TO ME.
(PaPa, B, HoHo, LLL, VV, SS, NNN, AA, DD, MM) Pagan worldview, main character is selfish but changes her ways at the end, plus there’s a homosexual couple; at least 60 obscenities and 30 profanities; main character is shown actually neutering multiple dogs; multiple sex scenes outside of marriage, implied oral sex, main character makes crude comments frequently, homosexual couple; full frontal female nudity when a woman walks across a casino naked; drinking and drunkenness; marijuana use, prescription drug use, no smoking; and, lying, greed, selfishness, partially rebuked.
WELCOME TO ME stars Kristen Wiig as a bi-polar woman who wins the lottery and decides to use her money to star in her own Reality TV program. WELCOME TO ME is a forgettable movie with a strong pagan worldview.
Alice Klieg has borderline personality disorder. Most days she does the same thing, including watching Oprah and playing the lottery. After years of playing, Alice wins $86 million. Immediately, Alice moves into a casino and into the audience of one of her favorite shows. The host of the show, Gabe, asks for an audience member to come up and Alice offers.
Once Alice gets screen time she is hooked and asks the station if she can have her own show. The head of the studio, Rich, tells Alice that it will cost her $15 million for her own show. The show they create is all about Alice, the day and the life of Alice.
After a few episodes, the show starts to gain traction. More and more people come to sit in the audience, including a student who decides to do a paper on Alice. Eventually, however, Alice gets a big head. After going completely off her medicine, she ends up offending the few people who supported her all along.
WELCOME TO ME is a forgettable comedy. The storyline could have been made a better comedy, but the movie goes way too far and isn’t really funny. Once again Kristen Wiig plays the awkward character trying to make friends. There is nothing notable about WELCOME TO ME, despite a clear plot structure.
WELCOME TO ME has a strong pagan worldview. Kristen Wiig’s character is completely focused on herself throughout the movie’s entire story, though at the very end becomes a giving person. There are multiple sex scenes to be cautious of and scenes of Wiig’s character neutering multiple dogs, which is sickening. WELCOME TO ME also has lots of foul language, a scene of graphic nudity and substance abuse.