• BasedKing

    ★★½ Watched by BasedKing 17 Jul, 2014

    I only saw it because Alison Brie was in it.


  • johncnoonan

    ★★★ Added by johncnoonan

    Jason Segal and Emily Blunt play Tom and Violet; a recently engaged couple trying to organise their perfect wedding whilst their friends and family interfere and cause mayhem around them. So far, so generic rom-com. Then Violet is offered the position of her dreams in a post-doctorate program at University of Michigan. Agreeing to suspend the engagement, Tom gives up his career as a sous chef and buckles down to life as a sandwich maker at one of the University…


  • G.Y. Haney

    ★★★½ Watched by G.Y. Haney 11 Jul, 2014

    Not bad. Love the cast. Could've been about 20 minutes shorter. Went for some pretty weird stuff at points. I like bonkers humor but it didn't fit tonally. Could've done away with those and have had a tight little film. But overall enjoyable.


  • Adam Schoales

    ★★★ Watched by Adam Schoales 09 Jul, 2014

    While I'll admit I laughed far more than I expected (well beyond the 6-laugh requirement), in it's attempt to do something different it ultimately winds up being rather dull (I mean, really? 130 minutes!?). And surprisingly, despite it's attempts to do something different it really ends up falling into all the same clichés.

    Still, it's tough not to love that cast. Every single one of them are great, and should be in more movies. Especially you Chris Pratt!


  • Movieman97

    ★★½ Added by Movieman97

    Jason Segel and Emily Blunt's terrific chemistry is sadly one of the only main attractions to be found in "The Five-Year Engagement". The rest of the movie feels very dull and lifeless, while most of it isn't really that funny or memorable. By the way, in terms of the pacing, let's just say the movie lived up to it's title. Yeah, exactly.


  • ggeorgia83

    ½ Watched by ggeorgia83 07 Jul, 2014



  • JimmyP77

    ★★ Watched by JimmyP77 06 Jul, 2014

    I like Emily and Jason and it does raise the odd chuckle, pity its overlong, formulaic and lost my interest well before any marriage happened.


  • Ricardo Mendes

    ★★ Watched by Ricardo Mendes 03 Jul, 2014

    Jaosn Segel já escreveu coisas melhores,2 horas que se tornam um pouco ''secantes''...


  • Katie Lee

    ★★½ Watched by Katie Lee 19 Jun, 2014

    124 mm is too long for me with this one, Nicholas Stoller's The Five-Year Engagement (2012), which is not too bad (I know what one can get when watching this kind of romantic-supposed-to-be-funny comedy). There are some good laughs here and there (the cast is great), especially with a lot of good improv points. The 124 mm's of not sure when the story will end is a bit too long for me.

    Emily Blunt is as good as usual, so…


  • TheGrumpyHatter

    ★★½ Rewatched by TheGrumpyHatter 24 Jun, 2014

    I guess I really am going to work my way through most of Emily Blunt's career. Maybe I'll try and write something more complete about that in the future, but for now let's focus on this weird little movie. Director Nicholas Stoller is probably my favorite filmmaker of the Judd Apatow school. Forgetting Sarah Marshall (which he co-wrote with star Jason Segel, an arrangement the two repeated for this film) stands out as the strongest comedy in that style, primarily…


  • Alexson Philipiah

    ★★★ Added by Alexson Philipiah

    I was not a fan of Stoller's "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" and thus am quite surprised at how much I enjoyed this film. The first half, that is, I enjoyed a lot. It's absolutely adorable and very funny but as soon as the film goes into the middle, it becomes surprisingly bleak and quite mature. Really not something I was expecting from this director or even these brand of films. If only the film had somewhat done more with its characters…


  • Beef Surpreme

    ★★★½ Watched by Beef Surpreme 18 Jun, 2014 2

    Der Film hat definitiv funktioniert, ich habe teilweise sehr laut lachen müssen. Trotzdem war der Film zu lang dafür, was er hatte ausdrücken wollen, und irgendwie gefiel mir Jason Segel nicht so sehr, er kam für mich manchmal etwas zu How-I-Met-Your-Mother- mäßig vor.
    Ansonsten alles cool, die Schwester von der Braut war ziemlich heiß...

    erzählt das bitte nicht weiter.