No Hard Feelings! Jennifer Lawrence must seduce a teenage boy to save her house

Madeline Everleigh

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<p>No Hard Feelings! could be the start of Jennifer Lawrence’s comedy era. She has been playing serious roles but does she need to keep doing so? She already won awards! Lawrence started breaking out of her shell with The Black Comedy “Don’t Look up” Now this is the continuation of her letting loose. If five years ago you told me that Jennifer Lawrence will be good at comedy, I won’t believe you. This trailer got me laughing because she finally accepted a fun role that shows range as an actress.</p>


Evicter of President Snow
Count me in, I absolutely love this! The trailer is truly hilarious and it's a rare gem that can make me laugh out loud like this one did. While I have always appreciated Jennifer Lawrence's work, this has made me an even bigger stand of hers. It's a real treat to watch her play a character that's more in line with her actual personality. Although she has a great sense of humor in real life, she tends to portray serious, mature, and emotionally distant characters in order to earn awards. Seeing her let loose and have fun on screen is a refreshing change.
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New Member
Assume how the public would react if the gender roles were reversed and an older man was shown preying on a younger woman. It appears that mature ladies luring boys is acceptable in today's society. MILF Manor came first, and this is the sequel. Grooming a teen, regardless of gender, is weird. Even if it is legal to date a teen at the age of 18, I will never do it. Gross!


Lord of the Stars
While the idea of a woman seducing a younger man may appear taboo, the film approaches the problem in a comic and light-hearted manner, making it a fun and enjoyable viewing.The trailer is really funny.


New Member
After playing serious characters for so long, it's nice to see Jennifer Lawrence take on a comedic role, and her performance in the trailer for "No Hard Feelings" shows that she has the range to succeed in this genre.The plot of "No Hard Feelings" may seem strange, but the director has a track record of making successful comedies, so fans of films like "Bad Teacher" and "The Office" may enjoy this movie.

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