Excerpt: After a disastrous record and breaking up with his wife, English rock star Aldous Snow returns to a life of drug and alcohol abuse with only a bunch of people around him who dare nothing than constantly agree with him.
Conclusion: We love to support Judd Apatow and all of his celebrity spawn, but aside from a little bitty of Diddy, Get Him to the Greek is extremely disappointing. This release does have an above average audio and video presentation, especially for the comedy genre.
Excerpt: Get Him to the Greek becomes insane. Aaron Greene (Jonah Hill) must get rocker Aldous Snow (Russell Brand) from London to Los Angeles for a 10-year anniversary concert. They become sidetracked in Las Vegas, where Snow’s father Johnathan (Colm Meaney) resides.
Conclusion: Who knew P. Diddy could act? One of the many hilarious revelations from Nicholas Stroller's riotous comedy about rocking out and living it up. I liked 'Get Him to the Greek' a lot more than I thought I would. It reminds me of ' The Hangover ' only, dare I say it, funnier.
Conclusion: Color me slightly amazed. I was frankly expecting another pretty stupid, lame comedy that had a few intermittent giggles scattered throughout a barren wasteland. Instead, Get Him to the Greek has one big laugh after another.
Excerpt: 2008's Forgetting Sarah Marshall fit snugly into the niche Judd Apatow had built at the time, a story about a pudgy and flawed everyman who learned to overcome his selfish impulses and pick the right girl.
Excerpt: As Aldous Snow, the breakout character in Forgetting Sarah Marshall , Russell Brand was a glorious amalgam of rock-star stereotypes: A creature of colossal excess despite his loose attachments to Eastern philosophy and vague “causes,” a thinker as vapid and pretentious as Sting or Bono on their...