In Anne Fletcher's family comedy, Barbra Streisand plays Joyce Brewster, a sixtysomething widow who has given up on men and seems to spend most of her free time phoning her son Andrew (Seth Rogen), a chemist who has created an all-natural cleaning solution that he's bet his career on and is trying to sell to retailers (a wager that he's losing thus far). As the movie opens, Andrew returns home to spend some time with his mom before going on a cross-country road trip to pitch his product in various cities, ending with a trip to Las Vegas where he'll shoot a Home Shopping Network demo.~Perry Seibert
I've always enjoyed Barbara Streisand's acting ability, and as she's gotten old, she's gotten better. This is a very funny, but also heart warming movie. A must see in my opinion. So grab a bag of popcorn, sit down with someone you care about and enjoy!
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I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Feel Guilty for Buying This
This movie was awful. I thought it was going to be funny but to me it was more depressing than anything. Two really good stars and an awful script for their talents. I’m surprised Barbara Streisand did this at all. But she’s had some other awful movies to add to this current one. She was great in the Meet the Fockers movie.. she should have stopped there.
This review is from The Guilt Trip [DVD] 
No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I love Barbara ....
She's great all the time! My husband likes Seth, perfect movie for both of us. Can relate to the mother wanting to be together more.