Not recommended. Given the hype and Emmy-winning talent of Amy Schumer (Inside Amy Schumer), Trainwreck is a major disappointment. Perhaps the combination of a tyro actress and screenwriter with frat-boy director, Judd Apatow (Knocked Up) should have been a warning because the sad part is how bourgeois the story becomes after a much stronger opening. Hard-drinking slut sees the error of her ways, finding her inner Donna Reed with a cute doctor? This is not your daughter’s Amy Schumer. I found the cheerleader scene at the end almost gag-inducing. But then again, there are some funny moments and I found myself occasionally chuckling out loud. Several of these guffaws were attributable the wonderful supporting cast. An unrecognizable Tilda Swinton, as Schumer’s carnivorous boss and Colin Quinn, as her father, were great and non-actors John Cena and LeBron James, remarkably amusing. If that’s enough for you, Trainwreck might still be f$$kable.