Walk of Shame
Reporter Meghan Miles experiences a series of unfortunate events after drinking too much and having a one night stand with the bartender at the bar.
From being mistaken as a prostitute to an avid gang member, the ridiculousness of her plight make for a mildly entertaining movie.
Through a series of bad choices, reporter Meghan Miles’ life is turned upside down in one evening.
This movie is funny, Elizabeth Banks has always been a funny actress in my opinion. She has played a few roles that were a bit “questionable” at best but her attempts at being a fairly well put-together professional are well met.
Walk of Shame furthers the idea that in order to forget your troubles you need to go out and get drunk and there is a lot of that initially in the film. It is also implied that you must have sex with someone in order to forget your problems.
The positive aspect of the movie is that though she does go out to drink and have a one night stand, she immediately experiences the negative consequences of her actions. In addition to that, the fact that the man she meets and sleeps with actually cares enough about her to go and find her is somewhat romantic and redeeming.
The movie does a good job to remind us that our friends don’t always have the best intentions for us and can be rather negative in influence, but if you are looking for a laugh and to not take the movie very seriously, you will enjoy Walk of Shame.
When people make mistakes they can still find redemption and forgiveness.
There are many funny moments and situations that Meghan Miles gets herself into.
Lots of foul language and sexual situations.
Sexual promiscuity is touted as alright.