Forgetting Sarah Marshall
You lose some, you get some.
When Sarah Marshall dumps aspiring musician Peter Bretter for rock star Aldous Snow, Peter's world comes crashing down. His best friend suggests that Peter should get away from everything and to fly off to Hawaii to escape all his problems. After arriving in Hawaii and meeting the beautiful Rachel Jansen, Peter is shocked to see not only Aldous Snow in Hawaii, but also Sarah Marshall.
Pretty funny...pretty heartwarming. Kristen Bell has no eyelids.
Sweet baby jesus in a basket!! How BEAUTIFUL is Mila Kunis in this/generally??
Plus for the ladies you get to see Jason Segels winky!!
Everyones a Winner!!
I'm not a fan of recent comedies at all but this is one of the best. I wouldn't say I'm a Russell Brand fan but he's hilarious in this.
I think I had some thoughts about the movie in general, but I got distracted by Mila Kunis' sexyness.
Fun and dirty, Forgetting Sarah Marshall is definitely worth a watch! Five amazing actors: Jason Segel from How I Met Your Mother, Kristen Bell from Veronica Mars, the sexy Mila Kunis that you might have seen in Black Swan and Friends with Benefits, Russel Brand, the craziest British actor and entertainer and even Jonah Hill from Superbad get together and give us precisely 111 minutes of fun and laughter!
This movie is about a guy getting over a girl (Kristen Bell) with another way hotter girl (Mila) and singing awesomely in dracula's voice.
Are there no other comedians in Hollywoodland?
"Off to find the mythical clitoris!"
Still one of my favorite comedies from the past few years. Great characters and funny dialogue.
Peter is dating a star of a hit television show until she breaks up with him. After being depressed about it all, he decides to go on a trip to Hawaii to take his mind off his ex. Harder said than done as he finds out that she's staying at the same hotel, with her boyfriend.
I never really had a desire to see this despite a whole bunch of people in my life raving about it. And after seeing it, my instincts were right. It was your average comedy with a lot of the same formulas as the others out there. No real funny moments either.
It was funny. But unfortunately, not good enough for me. I looked at Peter and saw Marshall Eriksen.
This movie is consistently funny. Little long for a romantic comedy, but Mila Kunis and Jason Segel are very funny.
There was a few very funny parts, but other parts which didn't make me laugh at all. I enjoyed the film, but it wasn't fantastic. The rating was almost much lower, but the ending saved it.
BAD BAD BAD.
Bizarre story structure (there appeared to be 4 acts?) but enjoyable all the same, plus any appearance by Paul Rudd is worth at least a couple of stars in my book.
After his girlfriend breaks up with him, a man escapes to Hawaii to heal his broken heart, but finds out she’s at the same resort… with her new boyfriend.
This comedy has an unusual rhythm, and you realize eventually it’s because the characters are real people, and the movie mostly avoids the expected Hollywood story beats. It’s very funny, but the laughs come from organic situations. The movie makes you care about the main character’s journey, which is what drives the narrative. Features a very funny parody of the tv show CSI.
Pet peeve alert: movie title beginning with a gerund
I'm a huge fan of Jason Segel, so why I hadn't seen this before is rather stupid.
I laughed many times throughout this film. Way more than I thought I would. Some cheap laughs and nudity, but overall there are some really great jokes in it. Some of the character's are rather shallow, but the main protagonist, is great. He's such a real guy, and Jason Segel was the perfect choice, with low-key humour and great timing. But it was Russel Brand who stole the show, in my opinion.
Story wise it feels a little loose. It has a few underdeveloped plotlines, and much of the film feels like a bunch of random comical scenes, tied together in in a…
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