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Aaron Green Has 72 Hours To Get A Rock Star From London To L.A. Pray For Him.
Jonah Hill and Russell Brand reunite with the director of Forgetting Sarah Marshall in this outrageous comedy about Aaron Green (Hill), an aspiring music executive, who has 72 hours to deliver the wild rock legend, Aldous Snow (Brand), from London to Los Angeles for a comeback concert. In order to keep his job, Aaron must navigate a minefield of mayhem and debauchery to get Snow to the world famous Greek Theatre on time! From the producer of Knocked Up and Superbad comes the movie that's "a raucous, rowdy good time" (Ty Burr, The Boston Globe).

"The movie's story is conventional in shape, but it has passages of crazy exhilaration and brilliant invention.  David Denby, The New Yorker
"So comically fertile and yet so grounded in the reality of its characters that it's really a kind of marvel.  Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle

Editor's Note
As ego-driven British rocker Aldous Snow in FORGETTING SARAH MARSHALL, Russell Brand stole scenes from people who were supposed to be the film?s stars. Now, Aldous gets his own film produced by Judd Apatow. Jonah Hill stars as a record-label intern who must take the easily distracted Aldous from London to California for a gig. GET HIM TO THE GREEK also stars Rose Byrne, Sean Combs, and Elisabeth Moss.

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Video Mfg Name Studio: Universal
Video Release Date Release Date: 1/24/2012
Video Play Time Running Time: 110 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2010
Video UPC UPC: 00025192044168
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 2

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Video Color Spec Video: Color

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Video Aspect Ratio Anamorphic Widescreen  1.85:1
Entertainment Reviews
Expert Review Get Him to the Greek - Blu-Ray DVD Review
By: Dusty Somers Blogcritics.org Reviews
Published on: 10/1/2010 6:20 PM
Nicholas Stoller’s Get Him to the Greek is sort of a spin-off of 2008’s Forgetting Sarah Marshall, which he also directed, and despite the fact that Jonah Hill plays a completely different character in each film, I can accept that they both exist in the same fictional universe. It’s just too bad that the films don’t share much beyond Hill and raucous rocker Aldous Snow (Russell Brand), who figures much more prominently in Get Him to the Greek....read the full review

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Jonah Hill
Video Cast Info Russell Brand
Video Cast Info Rose Byrne
Video Cast Info Diddy
Video Cast Info Elizabeth Moss
Video Cast Info Nicholas Stoller - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Rodney Rothman - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Judd Apatow - Producer
Video Cast Info David Bushell - Producer
Video Cast Info Nicholas Stoller - Producer
Video Cast Info Richard Vane - Executive Producer
Video Cast Info Rodney Rothman - Executive Producer
Video Cast Info Nicholas Stoller - Director

Professional Reviews

Los Angeles Times
3 stars out of 5 -- "Brand is seductive to watch as he vamps his way across the various stages here, both public and private, working the hair-tossing insouciant artist thing to excellent effect." 06/04/2010

Movieline
"GET HIM TO THE GREEK manages to sustain its hepped-up, manic energy for surprisingly long stretches....Byrne, in addition to being a good sport, has marvelous comic timing..." 06/02/2010

Box Office
4 stars out of 5 -- "Both Brand and Hill communicate as much with their facial expressions and bodies as they do with words....Brand shows flashes of genuine dramatic depth." 06/01/2010

A.V. Club
"[Hill] makes the perfect foil, as passive and impressionable as Brand is reckless and impulsive..." -- Grade: B 06/03/2010

Chicago Sun-Times
3 stars out of 4 -- "The movie is funny in the way of THE HANGOVER about what trouble lads can get into when their senses are whirling." 06/16/2010

Entertainment Weekly
"It has a rambly, realistic tone, with one orgiastic mishap spilling into the next, and that tone keeps much of the action popping with surprise." -- Grade: B 06/10/2010

Premiere
3 stars out of 4 -- "Brand's legit rock vocals make Snow's songs about venereal disease and bangers and mash actually kind of awesome." 06/05/2010

Empire
3 stars out of 5 -- "Brand displays a winning ability to seem completely real, and he's at his funniest whenever Snow is being horrendously pretentious or incandescent with mock rage. Hill, meanwhile, is the perfect foil..." 06/18/2010

Uncut
3 stars out of 5 -- "There are some wickedly funny lines, gross-out gags, parodies and cameos....The show is stolen by Sean Combs, playing the volatile label boss..." 08/01/2010

Sight and Sound
"[T]he result is a welcome complication of the post-SPINAL TAP bozo archetype....[Hill] impresses as a foil to a famous and dangerous egomaniac..." 08/01/2010

Total Film
3 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t's P Diddy who races off with the comic spoils as angry producer Sergio..." 12/01/2010

Chicago Sun-Times 7 of 10
Aldous Snow is the sort of rock star who can seriously propose himself for the role of White African Jesus. What would his duties be? He has no idea. It's just the sort of thing he throws out to keep people on their toes. Aldous was first seen as a rock star, clean and sober, in Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008), and he returns in Get Him to the Greek as a wild man deep into a relapse...It is the task of an earnest and square young man named Aaron Green (Jonah Hill) to fly to London and in exactly three days get Snow (Russell Brand) to New York for a "Today" appearance and then to Los Angeles for a comeback concert at the Greek Theatre. Get Him to the Greek is the story for those three days, and nights, which pass in a blur for the innocent Green. They are a blur for Aldous as well, but then, that's his lifestyle...The movie is funny in the way of The Hangover about what trouble lads can get into when their senses are whirling. Unlike some depictions of binges, it doesn't shortchange vomit. The adventures of Aldous and Aaron remind me of a friend I used to meet on Saturday mornings for what we called Drunch. "Sometimes," she said, "it can be really exhausting having a good time."...The urgency of Aaron's mission depends entirely on his fear of Sergio Roma (Sean Combs), the owner of Aldous' record label. Combs is convincing in early scenes as an egotistical, hard-driving music executive. Then his character has a comic flowering in later scenes, as he reveals his true rock and roll roots. He can party at top speed and send Aldous onstage at the Greek, despite a bleeding wound from a jump from a rooftop. That Aldous may collapse onstage does not occur to him. And indeed Aldous rises to the occasion, as from many reports a lot of rock stars are able to do. They may not remember their performances, but they were great...What I'm backing into here is that under the cover of slapstick, cheap laughs, raunchy humor, gross-out physical comedy and sheer exploitation, Get Him to the Greek also is fundamentally a sound movie. The writer-director Nicholas Stoller, who also directed Forgetting Sarah Marshall, carefully places the foundations of the story and restrains himself from making Aldous and Aaron into completely unbelievable caricatures. The fundamentals are in place. - Roger Ebert

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