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If you've ever walked into a store and were embarrassed to tell the salesperson your real size, or entered the gym locker room and wanted to hide, you're part of the target audience for Amy Schumer's "I Feel Pretty".On the plus side, it's often a pleasantly entertaining ride with the always appealing Schumer, and its heart is in the right place.Schumer is Renee Bennett, a young woman who looks in the mirror and doesn't like what she sees.What she sees, is, well, Amy Schumer – and that's one of the things that has annoyed some people, who say that if Schumer epitomizes unattractiveness, what about the rest of us? In any case, one day at SoulCycle, Renee has an accident.Renee doesn't see some other, glamorous face in the mirror; she sees herself.At least, for Renee. As for us, we're left with one of those let's-wrap-it-all-up scenes that reaffirms Renee's special qualities – so far, so good – and then spills over into unmitigated sap.It's hard to ignore that Renee is, at that moment, hawking a cosmetics line.
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