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Review: I Love You, Man
Klaven is what's called a girlfriend's guy. All his life, he hasn't had male friends. This film focuses on Klaven's search to fill his wedding party with enough, if even just one groomsman. Rudd does a fantastic job of showing how lovable and charming Klaven can be around girls but an absolute idiot when around guys. He's awkward and seemingly unable to relate with other guys. He's better at girl talk. It's funny because it's his overhearing of various girl talk that gets him into trouble.
Andy Samberg from Saturday Night Live plays Robbie, Klaven's younger brother who actually is an expert with making male friends, most likely because Robbie is gay. Robbie helps his brother by setting him up on man dates, or dates with members of the same sex. The punchlines for this premise are delivered quickly and with full knockout force. He's a guy's guy, a macho, rude, self-centered, beer-chugging, card-playing jerk.
Jason Segel Knocked Up and Forgetting Sarah Marshall co-stars as Sydney Fife, another potential groomsman and even more potential best man who's not the complete opposite to Klaven, but more or less is the man that Klaven wishes he could be at times. While all of the supporting characters provide great performances that had me laughing, Segel is the main foil. Fife basically teaches Klaven how to be more of a guy's guy, not only more aggressive but also more direct and honest. Some might say more crass, but, at the heart, he teaches Klaven to be more confident.
This film takes a step forward in the recent, brief wave of bromance films, or romance films between male friends. As film critic David Edelstein pointed out, this film also turns on its head the notion of recent movies like The 40 Year-Old Virgin that pre-supposes that the main character can't relate to women, but also advances, while challenging, the string of films that tend to feminize men. Writer-director John Hamburg has really crafted a clever piece.
None of it would have been as buoyant if not for the presence of Paul Rudd. It takes a really good comedian to be funny at not being funny. While his character definitely has a sense of humor that can be playful and child-like at times, Rudd's most hilarious moments are when Klaven is merely trying to be cool in Fife's eyes, in which he seems to fail constantly throughout this movie.
From bad nicknames to even worse James Bond impressions, Rudd isn't slipping on banana peels or getting pies in the face. Yet, you feel the equivalent of that emotionally by the facial expressions and tonal inflections by Rudd, as he stumbles with the best verbal pratfalls.
He's also not the butt of gross, toilet humor, which tends to debase male comedies like this. There is one fart joke but thankfully the rest of the laughs are smarter. All Rights Reserved. Scene from "I Love You, Man". You'd think two men whose job is to deal with children on a daily basis wouldn't have too much trouble when they're forced to be mentors to two young teens. Except, when one acts like an overgrown horn dog and the other suffers from too much sardonicism and a blooming, mid-life crisis, there lies a few troubles.
This film is as much a Hollywood satire as it is a romantic comedy. Can't find what you're looking for?
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Klaven is what's called a girlfriend's guy. All his life, he hasn't had male friends. This film focuses on Klaven's search to fill his wedding party with enough, if even just one groomsman. Rudd does a fantastic job of showing how lovable and charming Klaven can be around girls but an absolute idiot when around guys. He's awkward and seemingly unable to relate with other guys. He's better at girl talk. It's funny because it's his overhearing of various girl talk that gets him into trouble. Andy Samberg from Saturday Night Live plays Robbie, Klaven's younger brother who actually is an expert with making male friends, most likely because Robbie is gay.
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Wedding movies are one of the funnest micro-genres around. Who doesn't want to attend a fantasy celebrity wedding from the comfort of your couch? Roberts spends the film trying to sabotage his happy union in this shockingly realistic portrayal of unrequited love. Although the actual wedding scene is just a quick moment during the climax, this story is a hilarious send-up of the chaos that bridal parties often are. Packed with A-list talent Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams, Isla Fisher, and Bradley Cooper the film follows two friends who crash weddings to meet women and drink for free until real love throws a wrench in their bachelor plans.
This good-natured yet foul-mouthed comedy of freaks, geeks, and the women who love them will inevitably draw comparisons to The Year-Old Virgin and Knocked Up. The high-concept premise is skillfully set up in the first act, a modest marvel of propulsive exposition made to feel freewheeling and digressive. When buttoned- down boyfriend Peter Paul Rudd whips out the engagement ring, girlfriend Zooey Rashida Jones breathlessly accepts.
I Love You, Man
Newly engaged Peter Paul Rudd is a man who has always had girlfriends but no male friends, so he sets out to find a best man for his wedding. After several failed "man-dates," he finally bonds with an unpredictable man named Sydney Jason Segel , who causes Peter to question if his new friend is completely sane. Cast and crew members were introduced to the dog and instructed on its proper handling before filming began. Sets were secured and enclosed and off-camera trainers stood a few feet away.
Peter and Sydney apologize to each other and Sydney pays back the 8 thousand dollars he used for the real estate billboards. Sydney stands by Peter's side as his best man. Peter and Zooey get married. Joyce Klaven: Peter always connected better with women. Zooey: You know, I can see that because he is a great boyfriend.
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