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You Again -- Successful PR pro Marni heads home for her older brother's wedding and discovers that he's marrying her high school arch nemesis, who's conveniently forgotten their problematic past.
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You Again -- The cast of You Again disagree about who is the biggest box-office star and other things.
You Again -- When a young woman realizes her brother is about to marry the girl who bullied her in high school, she sets out to expose the fiancée's true colors.


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Writer (WGA):
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24 September 2010 (USA) See more »
What doesn't kill you... is going to marry your brother.
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Kristen Bell ... Marni

Jamie Lee Curtis ... Gail

Sigourney Weaver ... Ramona

Odette Annable ... Joanna (as Odette Yustman)

Victor Garber ... Mark

Betty White ... Grandma Bunny

James Wolk ... Will (as Jimmy Wolk)

Kristin Chenoweth ... Georgia

Sean Wing ... Charlie

Kyle Bornheimer ... Tim

Billy Unger ... Ben

Christine Lakin ... Taylor

Meagan Holder ... Kendall

Patrick Duffy ... Richie

Anna A. White ... LouAnne (as Anna White)

Brytni Sarpy ... Marcia
Gelsey Weiss ... Gail (as Gelsey Mahanes)
Tammy To ... Jennifer

Mimi Karsh ... Lori
Amye Wilmes ... Lucian

Reginald VelJohnson ... Mason Dunlevy

Henry G. Sanders ... Chaplain

Shanola Hampton ... Tammy

Jenna Leigh Green ... Heather

Christopher Khai ... Murata

Ashley Fink ... Sunday

Paul Nygro ... Strauss

Daryl Hall ... Himself

John Oates ... Himself
Tbone Wolk ... The Band (as T-Bone Wolk)
Mike Braun ... The Band
Charlie Dechant ... The Band
Zev Katz ... The Band
Eliot Lewis ... The Band
Lisa Valenzuela ... Moe

L.J. Benet ... Eric (as LJ Benet)
Amy Reiss ... Mary Ann
Chambers Stevens ... Iscovich

Coby Ryan McLaughlin ... Sean (as Coby McLaughlin)
Brittany Wilkinson ... Teenage Gail

Anne Elisabeth ... Teenage Ramona (as Anne Winfree)

Catherine Bach ... Daisy

Staci Keanan ... Dana (as Stacy Keanan)
Chopper ... Coco Puff
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Nicole Abramson ... Airplane Passenger (uncredited)

Dwayne Johnson ... Air Marshal (uncredited)

Cloris Leachman ... Helen (uncredited)

Cameron Lee ... Waiter (uncredited)

Rachael Lee ... School Dance Girl (uncredited)
Hunter James Mckeever ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Emmanuel Ondrick ... Guest's Date (uncredited)

James Peyton ... Waltz Dancer (uncredited)
Arne Starr ... Teacher (uncredited)

Leah Stoltz ... Bride's Girlfriend (uncredited)

Directed by
Andy Fickman 
Writing credits
Moe Jelline (written by)

Produced by
Andy Fickman .... producer
Mario Iscovich .... executive producer
John J. Strauss .... producer
Betsy Sullenger .... co-producer
Eric Tannenbaum .... producer
Todd Y. Murata .... production executive (uncredited)
Original Music by
Nathan Wang 
Cinematography by
David Hennings (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Keith Brachmann (edited by)
David Rennie (edited by)
Casting by
Gail Goldberg 
Production Design by
Craig Stearns 
Art Direction by
Charles Daboub Jr.  (as Charlie Daboub)
Set Decoration by
Jan Pascale 
Costume Design by
Genevieve Tyrrell 
Makeup Department
Simone Almekias-Siegl .... makeup department head
Audrey L. Anzures .... key hair stylist
Mary Burton .... makeup artist: Ms. Weaver
Camille Clark .... makeup artist: Ms. Curtis
Barbara Lorenz .... hair department head
Barbara Lorenz .... personal hair stylist: Jamie Lee Curtis
Sabine Roller .... key makeup artist (as Sabine Roller Taylor)
Anthony Veader .... hair stylist: Ms. Weaver
Gary Archer .... dental technician (uncredited)
Peter De Oliveria .... makeup artist (uncredited)
Ashley Fox .... additional makeup artist (uncredited)
Natasha Ladek .... wig maker (uncredited)
Victoria Wood .... wig maker: Sigourney Weaver (uncredited)
Production Management
Jayne Armstrong .... post-production supervisor
John G. Scotti .... unit production manager
Ellen Wolff .... production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Ian Calip .... second assistant director
Kyle Hollingsworth .... second second assistant director (as Kyle Allen Hollingsworth)
Jenna Kehrli .... dga trainee
Scott Rogers .... second unit director
Sunday Stevens .... first assistant director
Art Department
Sharon E. Alshams .... set designer (as Sharon Alshams)
Steve Altuna .... set dresser (as Stephen F. Altuna)
Peter Alvarez .... general foreman (as Peter Pace Alverez)
Nicole Balzarini .... art department coordinator
Scott Buckwald .... property master
Alan Burg .... set dresser (as F. Alan Burg)
Greg John Callas .... construction coordinator (as Greg Callas)
Louise Del Araujo .... leadperson
Jared Fleury .... assistant property master
Susan Garcia .... set dresser
Bryan Gettman .... set dresser
Deborah Harman .... set dresser
Rochelle Harvey .... art department assistant
Tom Ivanjack .... on-set painter
Nancy Lowry .... set dresser: day player: uncredited
Mike MacDonald .... food stylist
Melissa Merritt .... on-set dresser
Richard Paul Pond .... set dresser (as Rick Pond)
Cynthia C. Rebman .... on-set dresser
Mark Richardson .... assistant property master
Sara Wilhelmi .... graphic artist
Dan Caplan .... storyboard artist (uncredited)
Francesco Ferrara .... painter (uncredited)
Christopher Morente .... on-set greensman (uncredited)
Daniel P. Murphy .... welding foreman (uncredited)
Matt Robbins .... key greensman (uncredited)
Lindsey Sjoberg .... set dresser (uncredited)
Sound Department
Randle Akerson .... supervising sound editor
James Ashwill .... foley mixer (as Jim Ashwell)
Keith Bilderbeck .... sound effects editor
Jeanette Browning .... adr recordist
Steve Cantamessa .... sound mixer
John T. Cucci .... foley artist (as John Cucci)
Brian Dinkins .... mix technician
Doc Kane .... adr mixer
Val Kuklowsky .... adr supervisor
Val Kuklowsky .... dialogue supervisor
Scott La Rue .... sound utility (as Scott LaRue)
Kimberly R. McCord-Wilson .... adr editor (as Kimberly McCord-Wilson)
Kimberly R. McCord-Wilson .... dialogue editor (as Kimberly McCord-Wilson)
Dan O'Connell .... foley artist
Mark Pappas .... foley supervisor
Eliza Pollack Zebert .... adr editor
Eliza Pollack Zebert .... dialogue editor
Terry Porter .... re-recording mixer
Robert L. Sephton .... supervising sound editor
F. Scott Taylor .... assistant sound supervisor
Gary Thomas .... boom operator (as Gary C. Thomas)
Dean A. Zupancic .... re-recording mixer
Roy Machado .... adr mixer (uncredited)
Philip Rogers .... adr recordist (uncredited)
Austin Lee Smoak .... sound production assistant (uncredited)
Ryan Young .... adr recordist (uncredited)
Aaron Zeller .... pro tools playback operator (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Mark R. Byers .... special effects supervisor (as Mark Byers)
Joe D. Ramsey .... special effects foreman (as Joe Ramsey)
Tom von Badinski .... special effects technician (as Tom Von Badinski)
Visual Effects by
Dick Edwards .... visual effects: Invisible Effects
Chris Holmes .... visual effects producer: ICO Entertainment, Inc.
Jeffrey Kalmus .... visual effects supervisor: ICO Entertainment
Jason M. Bergman .... digital artist (uncredited)
Stuart Bruzek .... digital artist (uncredited)
Chris Dawson .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Elle Alexander .... stunt double: Ramona
Kevin Arnold .... stunts
Allison Caetano .... stunt double: Marni
Marilyn Giacomazzi .... stunt double: Joanna
Mickey Giacomazzi .... stunts
Sean Graham .... stunts
Tim James .... stunts
Kinsley Johnson .... stunt silk double: Georgia
Donna Keegan .... stunt double: Gail
Frank Lloyd .... stunt double: Mark
Debbie Park .... stunt silk double: Gail
Scott Rogers .... stunt coordinator
Paul Anthony Scott .... stunt double: Will (as Paul Scott)
Sean Taylor .... stunts
Nancy Wetzel .... stunt double: Young Gail
Sean Taylor .... utility stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Bryan Antin .... grip
Eugene A. 'Gero' Bergschneider .... rigging best boy grip
Branch M. Brunson .... rigging best boy (as Branch Brunson)
Charles John Bukey .... key grip
Rick Colosimo .... dolly grip
Robert Duke .... grip
Wayne L. Duncan .... grip (as Wayne Duncan)
Mark Fellman .... still photographer
Sean P. Fickert .... rigging key grip
John Garrett .... second assistant camera
Lonnie S. Gatlin .... best boy electric (as Lonnie Gatlin)
Cranston Gobbo .... dolly grip
Bob E. Krattiger .... gaffer (as Bob Krattiger)
Dennis J. Lootens .... rigging gaffer
Jody Miller .... camera operator
Jody Miller .... steadicam operator
Bill O'Drobinak .... camera operator (as Billy O'Drobinak)
Brad Peterman .... first assistant camera
Chad Rivetti .... first assistant camera (as Chad L. Rivetti)
Rodney Sandoval .... second assistant camera
Jonathan Shier .... camera loader (as Jonny Shier)
Randy Stone .... second assistant camera (as Randall Stone)
Jorge Sánchez .... first assistant camera (as Jorge Sanchez)
Nobu Tashiro .... grip (as Nobhiro Tashiro)
John Trunk .... video assist
Rodney Veto .... best boy grip
Anders Yarbrough .... video utility (as Anders A. Yarbrough)
Adam Austin .... libra head operator (uncredited)
Nico Bally .... crane head technician (uncredited)
Scott Barnes .... automated lighting programmer (uncredited)
John Betancourt .... assistant camera (uncredited)
Don Duffield III .... first assistant camera (uncredited)
Andrew Dumas .... camera assistant (uncredited)
Christopher Ferguson .... additional lighting programmer (uncredited)
Frank R. Jimenez Jr. .... lighting technician (uncredited)
Kris Krosskove .... director of photography: second unit (uncredited)
Wayne Marshall .... lighting technician (uncredited)
Jesse Mather .... lighting technician (uncredited)
Peter McAdams .... grip (uncredited)
Casting Department
Maryellen Aviano .... extras casting coordinator
Jennifer Shapiro .... casting associate
Claire Benjamin .... extras casting (uncredited)
Terri Douglas .... adr voice casting (uncredited)
Wendy Washbrook .... extras casting (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Nickolaus Brown .... key costumer
Romy Devack .... costume department assistant
Amy Fegely .... set costumer (as Amy E. Fegely)
Courtney Hoffman .... set costumer
Carol Kunz .... costume supervisor
Kia Tyrrell .... set costumer (as Kia M. Tyrrell)
Sara Walbridge Castro .... set costumer (as Sara Walbridge)
Melissa Kidd .... costumer (uncredited)
Molly McConnaughy .... costumer (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Ben Cox .... apprentice editor
Christine Gaiman .... post-production coordinator (as Chris Gaiman)
Laura Geucherian .... digital intermediate producer
Keith Mahoney .... digital edit assist
Kevin O'Connor .... digital film colorist
Edward H. Ostermann .... editorial production assistant
Chris Regan .... color timer
Thom Whitehead .... digital intermediate editor
JoAnne Yarrow .... assistant editor (as Joanne Yarrow)
Amanda Zemke .... first assistant editor
Judith Babcock .... technical supervisor dailies (uncredited)
Music Department
Richard Bronskill .... auricle operator
Brent Brooks .... supervising music editor
Gary Chase .... composer: additional music
Gary Chase .... music programmer
Nick Glennie-Smith .... orchestra conductor
Tom Hardisty .... scoring recordist
Joel Iwataki .... score mixer
Joel Iwataki .... score recordist
Katia Lewin Jablonsky .... assistant music engineer (as Katia Lewin)
Joseph Magee .... supervising music playback mixer
Larry Mah .... digital workstation operator
Milton Nelson .... orchestrator
Peter Rotter .... orchestra contractor
Booker White .... music preparation: Walt Disney Music Library
George Doering .... musician (uncredited)
Frank Macchia .... music preparation (uncredited)
Aaron Meyer .... music preparation (uncredited)
James Thatcher .... musician: french horn (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Neil Marshall .... transportation captain
Kenny Searle .... transportation coordinator
David Becerra .... transportation office coordinator (uncredited)
Robert C. Cawley .... driver (uncredited)
Don Haggerty .... transportation (uncredited)
Charles Montgomery .... driver: cast (uncredited)
Frank Porras .... driver (uncredited)
Other crew
Scott Ballew .... set production assistant
Betty Bennett .... script supervisor (as Betty Bennett Pappe)
Lori Beth Bernat .... executive assistant: Mr. Fickman
Jason Christian Brown .... stand-in: Mr. Wolk (as Jason Brown)
Jim Carberry .... location manager (as James C. Carberry)
Ross Coscia .... set production assistant
Kelly Curtis .... assistant: Ms. Curtis
Lucian Daniels .... assistant: Ms. Sullenger
Jeremy Davis .... medic
Doris Donnenberg .... production coordinator
Mike Dussault .... assistant: Mr. Tannenbaum
Jesse Ehman .... office production assistant
Brendan Finnigan .... first assistant accountant
Molly Flattery .... assistant: Ms. Weaver, LA
Vivian Garcia .... stand-in: Ms. Yustman
Ryan Gladden .... data wrangler
Barbara Gutman .... production accountant
Brandon Hamilton .... office production assistant
Mark Harden .... animal trainer
Hannelies Harman .... assistant: Ms. Weaver, NY (as Hannelies Hartman)
Tom Hogan .... key assistant location manager
Eric Hoskins .... data wrangler
Jake Isham .... set production assistant
Keith Jackson .... set production assistant
Stephen Kardell .... assistant location manager
Mimi Karsh .... assistant choreographer
Dave Kasubowski .... craft service (as David A. Kasubowski)
Mary Ann Kellogg .... choreographer
Katherine Kohler .... payroll accountant (as Kathy Kohler)
Christine Lakin .... assistant choreographer
Brandon Little .... craft service
Kyle Loll .... office production assistant
Heather Longerbeam .... production secretary
Sharon Lubin .... stand-in: Ms. White
Patti McGuire .... environmental steward
Jackie Medel .... set production assistant
Boone Narr .... head animal handler
David O'Dell .... medic
Sonni Paisley .... stand-in: Ms. Bell (as Sonni Stommel)
Nick Pietryga .... assistant: Mr. Tannenbaum
Chuck Radtke .... assistant: Mr. Fickman
Anna Ramey .... set production assistant
Nick Rufca .... assistant production coordinator
Justin Stirling .... post-production accountant
Cid Swank .... unit publicist
Ross Tatelman .... office production assistant
Patty Tobin .... stand-in: Ms. Curtis (as Patti Tobin)
Craig W. van Gundy .... additional location manager (as Craig W. Van Gundy)
Katina Waters .... stand-in: Mr. Unger
Sasa Watt .... second assistant accountant
Amye Wilmes .... second assistant accountant
Rachelle Wise .... set production assistant
Diane Witter .... stand-in: Ms Weaver
Lois Yaroshefsky .... studio teacher
William Yohe .... stand-in: Mr. Garber
Ted Zizik .... assistant: Mr. Strauss
Ryan Babbs .... stand-in (uncredited)
Cathleen Brown .... clearances (uncredited)
Christina Hwang .... title producer (uncredited)
Airica Prange .... production assistant: second unit (uncredited)
Stephanie Siemiller .... stand-in (uncredited)
B.J. Thomas Jr. .... assistant to location manager (uncredited)
Shelby Young .... adr voice (uncredited)
Richard Bates .... the filmmakers wish to thank
David Meister .... the filmmakers wish to thank
Seth Poppel .... the filmmakers wish to thank: Yearbook Library
Crew believed to be complete

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Rated PG for brief mild language and rude behavior
USA:105 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Argentina:Atp | Australia:PG | Canada:G (Alberta/British Columbia/Manitoba/Quebec) | Canada:PG (Ontario) | Canada:G (Quebec) | Germany:o.Al. | Ireland:G | Malaysia:U | Netherlands:AL | Philippines:G (MTRCB) | Portugal:M/12 | Singapore:PG | Sweden:Btl | UK:U | USA:PG (certificate #46026)
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Did You Know?

The Sullenger Hotels group owned by Sigourney Weaver's character Mona is named after the movie's co-producer, Betsy Sullenger.See more »
Anachronisms: When Ramona pushes Gail into the pool at their senior prom in 1976, "Barracuda" by Heart can be heard. The song had not been released yet as it first appeared as a single in January 1977. It is acknowledged by the characters later on, so it cannot be "just the soundtrack".See more »
Marni:High school was a horror movie. This weekend is the sequel.See more »
Movie Connections:
References "The Love Boat" (1977)See more »
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35 out of 52 people found the following review useful.
Four Allegedly Mature Women In A Penis-Measuring Contest, 11 February 2011
Author: D_Burke from United States

Being a guy, I always wonder, with these slapstick comedies that revolve around women with a wedding as a backdrop, do grown women over the age of 25 really become THIS immature? In "Bride Wars", you see two very attractive women pulling childish pranks on one another in preparation for their respective weddings, and somehow some women went to see that movie in droves. "You Again" received a spanking from major critics, most of whom were male, but actually turned in a profit at the box office.

I'm still really curious to know what women think when they see two women in their 20's pulling mean, callow tricks on each other, then seeing two other women in their 50's, who are attractive for their age I might add, trying to one-up each other while taking dance lessons in preparation for a wedding. Can real life women actually relate to these women on screen? Do they think their antics are funny?

Speaking as a man (whether or not that's important is up to you, the reader), I found these shenanigans ranging from cat fights to forced slapstick comedy neither amusing nor believable. If I saw my Mom acting the way either Jamie Lee Curtis or Sigourney Weaver do on screen, I would get angry, and quick.

But I digress. This movie starts out on a good note showing Marni Olsen (Kristen Bell) in high school with glasses, braces, and a bad case of acne. Although the nerd stereotype is a bit overdone here, somehow Bell succeeds in being unglamorous to the point where we, the audience, feel for her.

Her main tormentor is popular cheerleader J.J. (Odette Yustman), who is smoking hot, but effectively easy to dislike. However, the first mean prank you see pulled on Marni is her being crowd-surfed out of school by a group of jocks, including that mean cheerleader. Marni seems to be angry at J.J. and only J.J., somehow forgetting that she wasn't the only one in the crowd.

Fast forward less than a decade later, and Marni has lost the braces and glasses, is a successful P.R. executive, and looks as hot as she did in "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" (2008). Her post-high school transformation is one many people would envy, but none of that matters when she finds out that her older brother is about to marry J.J., who is now known as Joanne.

Marni's mother Gail (Jamie Lee Curtis) tries to convince Marni to put the past behind her. That is, of course, until it's revealed that Joanne's aunt is Ramona (Sigourney Weaver), a woman who used to be "best friends" with Gail in high school. However, you know that unresolved animosity brews underneath the facade of these two women when a flashback reveals Ramona pushing Gail into a pool. Why she did this, the movie never really explains.

The rest of the movie remains laugh-less as Kristen Bell seems to trip over herself and bang her head into several different people and objects, almost as if she's Curly from The Three Stooges. One scene shows her falling off a running path into a nest of red ants. Her love interest tries to help her, but their heads bump into one another. Nuk nuk nuk!

Of course, when Marni and Joanne trade blows, there is the inevitable catfight with dialogue so vapid and uninspired. When Joanne throws a dish at Marni, she replies, "Ooh, kitty likes to scratch!" I don't know what other movie I've heard that phrase in, but it's probably because it has been in at least six other films.

With such hackneyed verbal taunts comes a fight that fails to intrigue. Dishes get broken, Marni smashes a vase Joanne got as a gift that she claims is "so expensive" (yet looks like one you could get for $2 at Goodwill), and Joanne dumps some sort of soup over Marni's head. Are you laughing yet? You wonder what is wrong with these people, and why such hot women have maturity levels that make Zach Galifianakis look like Don Draper. Even worse, once the pratfalls come to a close, the movie tries to sugarcoat itself with messages of peace, love and reconciliation, and the rest of the movie is boring.

I thought Betty White would be the breath of fresh air in this movie. After all, she was hilarious as a "Saturday Night Live" host last year. Unfortunately, she has no really funny lines, and a really dumb gag involving false teeth. Kristen Chenowith is also equally wasted as a flamboyant Southern belle wedding planner who seems to be in the wrong movie. There are also a handful of subplots that go nowhere, and scenes completely irrelevant to the story that go on forever. The cheerleader's dance to Kris Kross's "Jump" is energetic, but belongs in another "Bring It On" sequel.

"You Again" is a great looking movie with likable actors in it. Unfortunately, the lead actresses are forced to act childishly, then mend their ways through fluffy speeches about family values, aided by background music borrowed from past episodes of "Full House". It could have been a memorable film, but somehow chose not to be and went the "My Best Friend's Wedding" route.

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