Trainwreck is not a train wreck of a movie.
In fact, it's a runaway hit. Critics are laughing out loud at the Judd Apatow-directed comedy, written by and starring this year's breakout comic, Amy Schumer. Since childhood, magazine writer Amy (Schumer) has been afraid of commitment thanks to her father (Colin Quinn), who often told his girls that monogamy isn't realistic. Amy's sister Kim (Brie Larson) eventually got married and got pregnant, but Amy isn't sure if she's ready for that herself. And though she's been casually seeing Steven (John Cena), Amy might be ready for something more.
Enter Aaron (Bill Hader). Amy's SNuff Magazine editor Dianna (Tilda Swinton) assigns her to interview the sports doctor for an upcoming issue. After some flirty banter during their Q&A, Amy agrees to go on a date with Aaron.
The rest, as they say, is history.
NBA player LeBron James also appears in the film as himself.
The film is rated R for strong sexual content, nudity, language and some drug use.
Here's what critics have to say about Trainwreck: