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Reviewed in the United States on September 26, 2019
Purchased even though I own the hardcopy - Mr. Segel's penis should be heard slapping his thighs and SEEN, this digital copy has omitted a large appendage. SUPER WEAK! I am a 51 year old single straight female who, after a run of craptastic / unfulfilling relationships, has consciously been refraining from having any type of relations for over 5 years - As this movie has seemingly espoused - No longer will I get over by getting under nor atop some random. So yeah, my purchase was motivated by the expectations of laughs and seeing a decent size po. I laughed
Nicholas Stoller’s 2008 film “ForgettingSarahMarshall” follows a script from Jason Segal and was produced by Judd Apatow. It captures the late-2000s humor of Apatow and Segal while also examining the incestuous nature of Hollywood relationships, where everybody knows everyone else and may have at one point dated them.
The story begins with actress SarahMarshall (Kristen Bell), who appears in a CSI-style show, breaking up with her composer boyfriend, Peter Bretter (Segal). Bretter begins a slow decline into depression until his step-brother, Brian (Bill Hader), convinces him to take a vacation. He goes to Hawaii where he runs into Sarah. Rachel Jansen (Mila Kunis), a hotel receptionist, takes pity on him after Peter discovers that Sarah has been seeing Aldous Snow (Russell Brand), a self-involved singer, since before they were technically broken up. Peter begins working on rediscovering a sense of joy, befriending Jansen and a waiter named Matthew Van Der Wyk (Jonah Hill), who’s a fan of Aldous, a bartender named Dwayne (Da’Vone McDonald), and Chuck/Kunu (Paul Rudd), a surf instructor. He also helps a newlywed couple (Jack McBrayer and Maria Theyer) who struggle through their intimacy issues.
The film epitomizes comedy from this era while Segel’s interest in muppets (his character wants to make a Dracula-themed rock opera with puppets called “A Taste for Love”) is a clear forerunner to his work on “The Muppets” (2011), even singing the Muppet theme at one point. This unrated version includes more of Peter’s efforts to move past Sarah by hooking up, an extended scene with Kristen Wiig as a yoga instructor, and more explicit language. Very little of the story itself is changed, however, so those who enjoy Segal’s humor will find this more of the same.
I love this movie, but the digital code that came with it exited in 2012. Here’s hoping Universal gets back with me and provides a new code. If they do, it’s an instant 5 stars.
Update 6/25/19: I reached out to Universal, and while they couldn't give me a code for this movie, they did offer me a code for one of dozens of other movies... and I got E.T. The Extra Terrestrial. So if you just contact them, you'll get something for it. In the meantime, I consider that to be good customer service and I've updated my review to 5 stars.
This is the movie that made people take notice of Mila Kunis again. After the 70's show pickings were slim for the talented actress. My only question is she has talent why did she marry Ashton Kutcher. Kristen Bell and Russell Brand were great also.
I love this movie! I thought I would buy the Bluray with the Digital Copy to download and watch through iTunes. I received the movie in the mail today and went to download the movie, however the website was not working. As I looked closer, the code expired in 2012 -- 7 years ago. Although this is an awesome movie and was reasonably priced, I am a little annoyed that it came with an expired code.
Reviewed in the United States on November 25, 2015
I love Jason Segel and Russell Brand so this move was very enjoyable to watch. I think it's a scenario we can all relate to in a sense - a relationship ends and seeing your former significant other moving on with someone else can be difficult and awkward. The movie is very funny. It's not going to win any Academy Awards, but it wasn't meant to. It's a fun movie to sit back and enjoy watching. I am happy to have it as a part of my digital movie library and have already watched it twice!
Honestly, this movie was pretty bad, but I reserve a 1 star rating for movies that are truly grating and actively aggravate me. This movie was close to that, and I might have given it 1.5 stars if that were possible. This movie was really bad, and there just wasn't much there. The bits and scenes were inane, and I barely cared about the overarching plot. It was too improv-ish, and I hate to say bad things about the guy who conceived the whole thing, but I think Jason Segel's lack of energy may have killed this film. He had a drowsy energy, or lack thereof, and I think it let the air out of the tires of this movie. It didn't sustain the whole energy of the storyline.
The supporting cast ranged from mediocre to admirable, but still it wasn't enough to save this movie. The whole bit with Jonah Hill was lame, and far too one-dimensional. It was a repetitious gag that had no punch whatsoever. Too bad, because Jonah Hill on his own is one of the best natural comedians in the business. I actually found myself saying "was that supposed to be funny?" at Jonah Hill, which is something I don't usually do. The Dracula musical was actually pretty rad, but it was just one tiny element of the movie. They should make a live-action movie or play of that-oddly enough, that was actually really good. Rest of the movie sucked.
I really enjoyed this movie. The unrated version has a few things I've never seen before. I was bummed that the digital code had expired but I reached out to Universal about the code and they said they couldn't activate the code for this movie but they gave me a list of movies that I could get for free. They really didn't have to do that. it was nice of them. It never hurts to ask.........
I saw this on t.v then bought the dvd, as this film can be applauded for touching on the subject of Mens' Mental Health... not saying it's the deepest film you'll ever watch, but it does well to combine expected humour & hilarity with the very relevant subject of mental health in men in today's difficult world of changing social gender roles - (The biggest risk to every man you know, age under 55 is suicide, please get the men in your life to talk, thankyou)
Jason Segel is my spirit animal and my future husband even though I'm hetrosexual. Hilarious film. Brand tends to play the same character in every movie but you can't help but love Segel's goofy persona! One of my favourite purchases.
4.0 out of 5 starsGood film - watch at least once!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 10, 2018
Good film - worth watching at least once. Love Russell Brand and Kristen Bell who along with Jason Segel turn in excellent performances in my opinion. Not sure I'd watch the DVD again though and has quickly since gone off to the MusicMagpie in the sky.....!!