We Can All Relate To The Movie I Feel Pretty
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5 Times You Can Relate To Renee From The Movie 'I Feel Pretty'

Amy Schumer has nailed it in her recently released movie on, On Demand "I Feel Pretty"


Below are some of the best quotes from the movie "I Feel Pretty", a comedy starring Amy Schumer who portrays a young millennial struggling with self-image issues, much like the rest of us. She goes through the daily route of work, dating, and living in the 21st century in which we are obsessed with our image.

Falling at a soul cycle class one day she awakes after bumping her head and finds this newfound self-confidence in which she honestly believes she looks different, this beautiful person she has always wanted to be. In reality, nothing has changed. So, how can Renee, Amy Schumer's character, navigate her life when she comes to her senses and realizes she looks exactly the same.

1."I have a crazy idea, let's be honest for a minute. No matter how many times we hear, "It's what's on the inside that matters," women know deep down it's what's on the outside that the whole world judges."

Who has felt this way before? We learn not to judge people by there appearance yet it seems to be human nature to do so.


2."I've been on all of these sites, no one even looks at the profile, they only care about the picture, and I'm sick of it!"

From Tinder to Bumble, Snapchat, and Instagram people care about how they look and what other people will think based off of the pictures they choose to post. People take a million snapshots from different angles until they get the "perfect" picture. We post to please other people.


3. Salesgirl: Are you shopping for a gift?

Renee Barrett: I'm kind of browsing for me.

Salesgirl: So sizing is a little limited here in the store, but you could probably find your size online.

WTF!! This is horrible that Renne went through this but something so relatable in the society we live in. Multiple stores are not inclusive and the proper representation of the many shapes and sizes represented in the United States.


4. Renee Barrett: You okay?Model: I'm just like dealing with some low self-esteem and like…Renee Barrett: I want to punch you right in your dumb face right now. Do you have every rib that I have?

Model: I'm just like dealing with some low self-esteem and like…

Renee Barrett: I want to punch you right in your dumb face right now. Do you have every rib that I have?

That friend who is super skinny that has confidence issues... you're like girl stop. But, then realize everyone has something they are self-conscious about.


5. Renee: I'm brave, blonde, and I've got this!

Chanting to yourself on the inside to be brave, confident and not care what people think

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