Summary: I saw this with friends at the cinema, and left feeling utterly conned. A year later, a mate rented it, and although I warned them it was pretty poor, I definitely enjoyed it more that time. If you go into it with poor expectations, you may be pleasantly surprised.
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: Thoroughly entertaining. Again, anyone who rates this 1 star will find it difficult to laugh at anything. Don't listen to opinions that include 'I turned it off to watch something more intelligent', that's not written by someone that appreciates something funny. Both actors are comedy legends are cast superbly. Nevertheless, watch it and make up your own mind.
Summary: Like a few others, I found this a little boring and unfunny. It's crass, which is fine, but just not in a funny way at all. I tried to like it, as I enjoyed Forgetting Sarah Marshall, but this was dire. I'm not a fan of Brand but his character is particularly annoying. Jonah Hill has done far, far better than this.
Summary: LOL funny.... absolutely hilarious, loved it! We really did laugh out loud, brilliant. It for sure has one of the funniest scenes ever in it!! You don't expect it and seriously rolling on the floor laughing!
One of the worst films of all time, not to mention one of the most over rated.
22 July 2013
Summary: .................................................. I hate this film. In fact, its more then hate. Its something that I could not understand why people like. It is one of the most offensive films of all time and one of the worse. Get Him To The Greek's leads Hill and Brand cannot save this movie from a atrocious script and direction.
Excerpt: Aldous Snow's (Russell Brand) career is on the decline. Head of Pinnacle Records Sergio Roma (P. Diddy) is searching for fresh ideas to improve revenue. Aaron Green (Jonah Hill) suggests on getting Snow to play at the L.A.'s Greek Theatre. Direction was MTV like though the cameo's, utilizing pop culture resources were intuitive. The flick obviously had a killer soundtrack and laughable original songs for the rock star.
Summary: I really wanted to like this movie. The cast is likable and Hill and Brand have great charisma together. Try as I might, though, I didn't laugh nearly as hard as at Forgetting Sarah Marshall and the film had a "forced sequel" quality to it, as if the director felt the need to up the ante by injecting more sex, drugs, and mayhem.