Excerpt: This movie is very funny, and for only $7.88 at Walmart, it's worth it. PQ is very good, with great detail. Audio is fantastic and the music sounds awesome. My sister owns the DVD and I believe the Blu-ray has more extras than it.
Summary: Unexpectedly funny, with many celebrity cameos, very grotesque on-drugs characters... Develops the same charm as "Fear and loathing in Las Vegas" while maintaining a certain message and character development. The movie picks up issues most people (obviously - judging by other review s here on IMDb - not all) have thought or dreamed about. How would it be to go anywhere anytime you want, have any woman you want, use drugs whenever you want.
Summary: I pretty enjoyed the movie, although it didn't generate a lot of laughs, it still was interesting as a whole. Russel Brand is so funny and amazing and Diddy was a pleasure surprise. I loved the scene when they all get high on Jeffrey in the apartment. The funny thing was when Jonah Hill accidentally calls his girlfriend when he had sex with the **** girl. Oh, I so love this comedy.
Excerpt: Aaron is an intern at a record company. To make a name in the music for himself, Aaron suggests the record company promote a concert by Aldous Snow. Snow is a former rocker star whose career has crashed and burned since releasing the failed song and album called African Child. Aaron now has seventy-two hours to get Snow to the famous Greek Theatre in Los Angeles to put on a sold-out concert and re-launch his comeback.
Summary: The comedy films of writer/producer/director Judd Apatow have somewhat dominated the last eight years or so. As well as being commercial hits, they have been lauded by critics for their sweet approach to comedy, blended with gross-out aspects and genuinely good scriptwriting. Apart from his best works - The 40-Year Old Virgin, Superbad, Knocked Up - his films can often be lazy, relying on quirky randomness to get through.
I sure did laugh, but this spin-off eventually wears a little thin, and sometimes gets kind of disturbing
28 March 2011
Summary: The now very famous but widely despised Russell Brand made his breakthrough in 2008's "Forgetting Sarah Marshall", in which he played Aldous Snow, the lead singer of the fictional rock band, Infant Sorrow. In this 2010 spin-off sequel, the comedian got to reprise his role from the previous film, but this time, it was one of the two lead roles.
"Y'all need to take a hit of this jeffery. It'll calm you down!"
BD Mike, blu-ray.com
21 December 2010
Excerpt: I thought Forgetting Sarah Marshall was funny, but this movie was hilarious! Great performances from Jonah Hill and Russell Brand, but it was P.Diddy who stole the show. Every line he is given is so freakin funny that I could not stop laughing. Go see this movie! For a comedy, this looks really great. PQ shows detail on clothing, faces, and anything else. AQ was great also. The scenes that are loud and dynamic are the concert scenes.
Excerpt: Forgetting Sarah Marshall is one of the funniest movies I have seen in a long time, so When Get Him to The Greek came around i knew it couldn't have been a let down also considering they took Jonah Hill's character and Russell Brands from Forgetting Sarah Marshall and used it for this movie..Get Him To The Greek brings back Aldous Snow who has now relapsed on drugs and alochol after he has a fall out with his record label.
Excerpt: Forgetting Sarah Marshall meets The Hangover. If you like extreme raunch and tons of weenie and jayjay jokes...I guess this ones for you. Think of The Doors meets South Park. No stone is left unturned here and the gagas are cliche and base. Like when Gloria made a spinoff of All In The Family...the Sarah Marshall castoffs are just that...castoffs. Sure, I had a couple of rare laffs but, overall, everything is predictable and no new ground covered here.