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NEW Rudd/jones/segal - I Love You Man (Blu-ray)
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Paramount I Love You, Man (Blu-ray)In "I Love You, Man",the new comedy from co-writer/director John Hamburg ("Along Came Polly"), Peter Klaven (Paul Rudd) is a successful real estate agent who, upon getting engaged to the woman of his dreams, Zooey, (Rashida Jones) discovers to his dismay that he has no male friend close enough to serve as his Best Man.Peter immediately embarks on a series of bizarre and awkward "man-dates" to find such a friend, before meeting Sydney Fife (Jason Segel), a fun-loving, charismatic man - just Peter's opposite - with whom he instantly bonds. But the closer the two men get, the more Peter's relationship with Zooey suffers, ultimately forcing him to choose between his fiance and his newfound "bro," in a story that comically explores what's at the core of male friendship and what it truly means to be a friend.
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It's not an Apatow film, but it has the Apatow factory's usual suspects: Paul Rudd and Jason Segel (who seems more and more talented every time I see him) along with guys like Joe LoTruglio. JK Simmons is "the dad" and Jane Curtin is "the mom", both of whom are hilarious but tragically underused here. Anybody who saw Simmons as "the dad" in Juno knows he can do a heck of a lot more.
Peter needs a best man for his upcoming wedding, and none of the guys he casually knows through work or other venues fit the bill. They're all either annoying, hot tempered, or are hot for hhim sexually(!). Enter Sydney, your typical "cool" guy who doesn't seem to have any flaws except maybe not picking up after his dog (which he justifies as returning nitrogen and potassium to the earth). Best of all, Sydney has his chill zone with Rush tapestries and enough instruments for a full band. Sydney re-ignites Peter's love for Rush which culminates in an appearance by Geddy, Alex and Neil.
Things get rocky (as they always do in these movies, whether it be heterosexual romance or "bromance" between two best buds) but even a sleeper hold from Lou Ferigno didn't slow the movie down. Aside from some pretty bad language and sexual situations, this is a really sweet movie with a very apt title.Read more ›
Peter Klaven is a real estate agent who just proposed to his wife Zoey. Peter is charming and the couple loves each other but the problem is Peter never had much male friends and can't seem to find a best man for his upcoming wedding. Peter's brother and mother try to find him a guy friend with no success. Klaven eventually meets Sidney Fife, an investor, at one of his open houses and the two quickly become very good friends. Zoey is not too thrilled with Sydney and Peter decides that maybe his relationship with Sydney should be put on hold for a while. It' not a complicated movie and towards the end it gets a little predictable but I Love You Man is a highly enjoyable movie that just about everyone can enjoy. It paints a good portrait of the relationship between men in general, I must say.
This is Paul Rudd at his acting best and most honest; I can't really see anyone but Rudd playing the charming Peter Klaven. Jason Segel for his part delivers a great performance as Sidney Fife a well intentioned and free spirited friend of Peter's. What's great is that they're so different from one another; Peter is a more sensitive guy while Sydney is more of a guy's guy. Rashida Jones was great as Zoey, Peter's wife and the chemistry between the two worked well to a certain degree.Read more ›
Probably not suited for the whole family (meaning the young ones) due to certain verbal contents, but totally enjoyable to watch amongst friends. If you like comedy, don't miss this one! I loved the movie from beginning to the end.
Bought it for my Husband as a stocking stuffer and he thought it was great!
A little girly but still can be watch as a couple for a good laugh.