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This isn't as hateful as, say, The Other Woman. The concept's a little higher and the humiliation more cosmic.
Not even the fleet comic footwork of Elizabeth Banks can save this vile, unfunny stab at screwball farce.
Feels like the Hollywood equivalent of a joke about the boss' golf game at a company Christmas party.
Though replete with plot holes and lapses in logic as wide and ugly as the L.A. Freeway, Walk of Shame doesn't have the moxie to go anywhere ludicrous or dangerous with its premise.
A solid vehicle for Elizabeth Banks to show off her comedic chops
Los Angeles Times:
An unintended nightmare scenario for women in Hollywood, and the persistent humiliation required just to get noticed.
New York Daily News:
There's not much else we can praise about it, but at least "Walk of Shame" is perfectly titled.
New York Times:
A beautiful woman leaves a bar and goes home with James Marsden. And that is just about the only thing that makes sense in "Walk of Shame."
It would all be galling if it weren't so lame. But Walk of Shame is notable only for turning the unendingly adorable Banks into an unlikable figure.
If anyone walks away unblemished from Walk of Shame, it's Banks, who throws herself into every bit of physical comedy and humiliation the movie sends her way.