Terrible characters and the story felt cobbled together. Shame on you, Disney; you know you're better than that. And that Fall Out Boy song was so terribly out of place and over-used.
That being said, there was some really funny physical comedy, and the robot was hilarious (especially when he was drunk/low on batteries).
The premise was really good. If they'd focused more on story and character this could have been great.
This movie is to romantic comedies what Community is to situation comedy television; all subversion and satire and hilarity, while sometimes stepping over that line into absurdity. (New York as a character! That's so cool!) It walks a fine line in being completely predictable and ironic at the same time.
Pohler and Rudd are unsurprisingly hilarious, but fact that every supporting role is played by hilarious sit-com stars makes it even better. (The fact that there's a character who has…