I’m sure I’m hardly the only one who never expected to see Seth Rogen and Barbara Streisand share the silver screen, but that’s just what they do in ‘The Guilt Trip’, a harmless comedy that mostly works due to the chemistry of the pair. There’s not a whole lot to love here, but more often than not there’s something to smile at. The script by Dan Fogelman has the ingredients to be successful, and the team of Rogen and Streisand do their best, but the direction of Anne Fletcher bungles the tone. She really struggles with the transitions from comedy to drama, leading to a vague sense of dissatisfaction with the end product. I’m sure that it’s going to have a decent amount of fans now that it’s in theaters; a bit earlier than original scheduled, but one will have to keep their expectations low. I was hoping for a bit more than what I got, but those eager to just watch Rogen or Streisand do their thing (with the former more toned down than usual) will likely enjoy.