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Shaming of Schumer’s ‘I Feel Pretty’ Is Mostly a Media Thing

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In February, the first trailer for I Feel Pretty made its way to Social, and the general reaction was anything but positive. In Social’s defense, the two-minute clip wasn’t super encouraging: It more or less portrayed Amy Schumer’s character, Renee Bennett, as being “ugly,” which rubbed viewers the wrong way considering, as comedian Sofie Hagen wrote, Schumer is “blonde, white, able-bodied, femme and yes, thin. She IS society's beauty ideal.” Renee, who appears frustrated at how her looks are affecting her life, ends up bumping her head, and post-concussion, she gains a newfound confidence that leads to moments like her appearing on stage with a bunch of models for a bikini contest. Now the film is slated for an Apr. 20 release date, and Schumer, along with directors Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein, are pushing back against criticisms that they are reinforcing harmful views. As Schumer told Vulture this week: “It’s not about an ugly troll becoming beautiful; it’s about a woman who has low self-esteem finding some. Everyone’s got a right to feel that feeling, regardless of their appearance.” She added that people are assuming that post-bump-on-the-head Renee sees herself as skinny, but if they actually watch the movie, they’ll notice she never indicates what she thinks she looks like. The backlash is mostly a media thing: Rotten Tomatoes users give I Feel Pretty a 79 percent “want to see" score, and over the past 14 days, Social is near that mark as well, at 77 percent positive. –Alex Shultz

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