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  • Format: NTSC
  • Studio: Fox Video
  • Release Date: Feb. 17 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001P42YFO
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #5,645 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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By Brian Maitland TOP 500 REVIEWER on Nov. 28 2009
Format: DVD
I was half expecting Lola Heatherton (Catherine O'Hara) of SCTV fame to show up in the film trailer parody (watch the end credits) within this movie. That's how bizarre it is.

Honestly, until I watched the "making of," I had no idea this was a comedy. Simon Pegg has some funny bits--loved the Dracula scream when his fingers get caught in the power windows and the "Ingerlund, Ingerlund" drunken lout impression--but this is more a off-kilter drama with funny bits thrown in.

It cops out as as much of an entertaining tool that Pegg's character is, the typical Hollywood love story where the two who will end up together start off by hating each other is almost as if Hollywood believes adult relationships are like ones we all had in elementary school.

Other than that, this is basically "Devil Wears Prada" the male version. It's entertaining but ultimately total fluff.

DVD is junk with just a "making of" and the usual commentary tracks.
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However, this dvd titled How To Lose Friends & Alienate People touches on the delicate issue of how far can a person reasonably go when aiming for greatness and making a memorable contribution in one’s career. Simon Pegg plays a British journalist who goes to great lengths to make a name for himself in the career arena. The front of the dvd also lists Kirsten Dunst, Danny Huston, Gillian Anderson, Megan Fox, and Jeff Bridges as actors/actresses who star in this film. The following are some of the bonuses associated with this dvd: Audio Commentary With Director Robert Weide and Star Simon Pegg, Audio Commentary With Director Robert Weide, and Sharp Interviews-Making of Featurette. Internet Movie Database lists the movie being inspired by Toby Young’s memoir “How To Lose Friends and Alienate People” and I read somewhere online that this movie was also inspired by a real-life publicist (Gillian Anderson’s character portrayal).
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By Jurgen Vollrath on Jan. 1 2015
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Very entertaining and funny!
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28 of 32 people found the following review helpful
Entertaining film, even if the DVD isn't packed with extras Feb. 17 2009
By E. T. Crane - Published on
Format: DVD
I missed this in the theaters, even though my girlfriend and I are huge Simon Pegg fans. Unfortunately the way it was marketed when released made me think it was a romantic comedy / follow-up to the Devil Wears Prada. I also had no idea that Simon Pegg was the film's lead (which would have been a driving factor to get me into the theater). With that said, I really enjoyed the overall feel of the film and found it far more entertaining than Run Fatboy Run, a film which didn't allow Pegg to do what he does best ... which is be damn funny.

While not in the same genre of films that Hot Fuzz and Shaun of the Dead blazed into, this film is a nice balance between a mild romantic comedy and some stinging satire regarding the ridiculous relationship between print media and Hollywood's elite. It's definitely worth watching for Pegg's performance, and Kirsten Dunst is far more likeable here than in the latest Spider-man film, playing a more complex and human character than MJ part trois.

In regards to the low rating the film is currently seeing on Amazon, I can only say that it's disappointing the film didn't do well in theaters, but regardless of the lack of extras and tomfoolery going on with MGM's home entertainment management, it's a shame that people are rating the film so poorly. Unfortunately, if people just see the listing for this film with a paltry two stars and don't go on to read the reviews they'll miss out on a refreshing and entertaining comedy starring one of England's funniest, freshest and most talented actors.

On a side note, I'm continually impressed with the range of actor Jeff Bridges' in his portrayal of various characters in his many film roles. His turn as the villain in Iron Man was memorable and I found his portrayal of media mogul Clayton Harding to be entertaining and an excellent compliment to Pegg's hilarious Sidney Young. Definitely worth your time to rent and perhaps even own if MGM gets smart about releasing a revision of the DVD with proper extras (or how bout a Blu-ray edition MGM ... I'm sure we'd all eat that right up!)
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
By The Movie Guy - Published on
Format: DVD
Simon Pegg stars as Sidney Young, a hack writer with a British celebrity magazine whose only desire is to be with the people he trashes in his columns. Clayton (Jeff Bridges) is the successful editor of New York celebrity magazine. He offers Sidney a job which he accepts. Sidney quickly discovers he is way out of his league and if he doesn't shape up he will lose his job. Kirsten Dunst plays Simon's boss who sees him as a zero and would like to see him fail. Meagan Fox plays an actress that Simon would like to get close to at any cost.

Simon can do no right, sort of an obnoxious Mr. Bean. However as the story progresses we discover that Simon isn't as shallow as our first impression. His turn around and redemption is what turns this film from a romp to a heart warming tale.

PARENTAL GUIDE: F-bomb, no sex, nudity (Margo Stilley)
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
What a Wally! Sept. 17 2011
By Abdulla M. Al Qasim - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Let me begin by saying that I now think that movie is even funnier since it is based on Toby Young's book and his experience in NY!! His interview is in itself hilarious!

Simon Pegg has a talent for playing characters that are just clueless, somewhat out of touch with reality, with a hint of loser! He just does it very well!!! Throw that into the quick pace lifestyle of the big apple and those characteristics become even more profound!

I will have to say that I am not really a romantic comedy type person, but the comedy side of this movie far outweighs the romance! There were some laugh out loud scenes for me, like when Simon coughs with his mouth full on the lady's overcoat... even funnier that he can't leave it alone! The scene where he gets smashed at a fourth of July party and get up and starts singing `England England England' was hilarious to me... what a complete Wally! The scene with the dog in the office is funny too! But for all those who said that there were no laugh out loud scenes, what do you call the two scene with the transvestite!? Absolutely hilarious!! (especially the stripper prank!) What a wally!!

On the more serious side, Simon's character is very serious about what he does and is uncompromising and that becomes more and more obvious as the movie progresses... you find out that his character is actually deeper than you imagined!! I liked how the movie portrays Simon as a person who is unwilling to let go of his principles in the corporate rat race... I think the movie does an excellent job of capturing the struggles that most people have to go through in terms of either selling out and climbing the corporate ladder or retaining their morals and principles and staying at the bottom of the corporate food chain! I feel your pain Sydney Young!

I really liked that the movie ended with comedic closing note rather than a romantic one... to be honest it is a romantic comedy that most guys can enjoy with their significant others! Once the movie was over and I had a big smile on my face, my wife turned to me and said `SEE! You can enjoy romantic comedies!'

A very funny but meaningful movie that I enjoyed watching and I'm sure that I will watch it again!
9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
By fmwaalex - Published on
Format: DVD

I am a huge Simon Pegg fan as most people probably are now days; come on all of his stuff has been great. I remember seeing the previews for this and thinking "all right here is his forte into mainstream movies". Now I knew that could go one of two ways, those of course being bad or good. Thankfully this while not his best film is really good and that is mainly because of Mr. Pegg himself. I know what you are saying "of course he is good in it" and I know that but I felt the need to say it, so get off my back.

The film follows an off the wall writer named Sidney Young [Pegg] as he goes from wanting to be in the "it" crowd to actually being there. The thing about it though is that what got him to the dance just might be the one thing he has to give up in order to be successful. Writing for a small magazine that trashes the stars [or at least he does] over in the UK, he is offered a job in the US by his hero in the biz Clayton Harding [Jeff Bridges]. Once there the hero he looked up to is looking more and more like a sell out and after meeting Sophie Maes [Megan Fox] he just might do the same. The only real person at least in his eyes is Alison Olsen [Kirsten Dunst], so he tends to hang around her while wanting Sophie.

This film based on a book by Toby Young is well handled under the direction of Robert Weide. The film is well paced even though it is a bit long which may be it's only down fall, the only one I guess. Written for the screen by Peter Straughan and acted out well by the entire cast this film is really entertaining. The film has laugh out loud moments but it is much more of a wittier humor or subtle type if that makes sense. Still I find the film to be very entertaining and found the cast to be real fun to watch.

Simon Pegg is excellent as the lead in this film and it was cool to see him in this type of role, in fact he should do more of these. Kirsten Dunst is great as well in this film and gives one of the better performances. Jeff Bridges is great as usual and Megan Fox does a good job as well as does the rest of the cast. Like I said this is not the best film ever and is not even Pegg's best film, but it is still a very entertaining flick. I recommend this film to any one reading this if only a rental that is fine, I bought it.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Shame On You Simon Pegg Feb. 20 2009
By Daniel G. Lebryk - Published on
Format: DVD
Aw this is just a sad movie, it's just so not funny, and so predictable. The first clue that something isn't right, this is a comedy distributed by MGM.

What went wrong?
Too long: The movie is almost 2 hours long, with about 1 hour of fluff that doesn't need to exist. In fact if you fast forward from around 45 minutes into the film, to about 30 minutes remaining, you will miss nothing - no jokes, no plot line, no character development.

The Cast: Kirsten Dunst, oh how beautiful you are and how much I enjoyed you in your early films. So how did they make her look like Darlene from the Rosanne Barr Show? Jeff Bridges, never a huge fan of his work, and he is sort of likeable as the owner of the magazine, but turns in a hugely uneven performance. Simon Pegg, Simon Pegg, what happened to that insanely funny man in Hot Fuzz (Widescreen Edition)? I guess the trend for Simon has been downward, Run, Fatboy, Run was slightly funnier than this. Sidney Young's love interest, Sophie Maes (Megan Fox, Transformers) is supposed to be oh so hot and alluring - ouch not at all. Not attractive at all. Until the viewer understood the joke with Bobbi, she was much prettier. The rest of the supporting cast, oh my, just not good.

The soundtrack: Oh my goodness, the royalty free melodramatic string music is just horrible. What tunes do play, oh they are forgettable.

The story: so darn predictable. There's some style and intrigue in the opening sequence, the viewer knows where Sidney ends up in one year. And the majority of the film is told in flashback. Normally that is a creative device I love, in this case it was way overplayed. The twist at the end of the film, well it's just so surprising. And oh, just remember La Dolce Vita.

What went right? Most all shots were in focus and the exposure was right. The sound had almost no surround immersion except for unimportant moments, but the dialog was crystal clear.

The DVD, slim slim bonus features. Two commentary tracks. A making of featurette. All forgettable.

The film is definitely R rated. There is one scene with nudity that happens to be full frontal nudity of a trans gender person. The shot of the surprise was totally unnecessary and really held much too long, along with a really sad joke afterwards. Other than that, there is a bit of language. In fact if that scene had been removed (and the film would not have suffered at all) this would be PG-13.

Not too much to recommend here. It's not bad enough to be good. Sadly Simon Pegg has gone from incredible brilliance in Hot Fuzz, to mediocrity in Run Fatboy Run, to the bottom with this movie. He can only do better in his next film.

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