I Love You Man (Blu-ray)

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Paul Rudd at his best.

on 4/20/2012

Being a huge fan of Paul Rudd I couldn't wait to see this movie. This movie did not disappoint one bit. I found myself laughing the whole way through this movie. I really liked Lou ferrigno's cameo. And Jason Segel was a great addition to the cast. Watch this for your own good. Trust me.

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In this wildly funny hit comedy, Paul Rudd (Knocked Up) gets engaged to the girl of his dreams but has not a single guy friend to be his Best Man until he meets the ultimate dude, Jason Segel (Forgetting Sarah Marshall). Rudd and Segal's "bro-mance" takes male-bonding to hilarious new heights that keep you laughing until the unforgettable last frame.

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Studio Paramount
SKU 211213091
UPC 097360714746
UPC 14 00097360714746
Format Blu-Ray DVD
Release Date 1/17/2012
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Widescreen  1.85:1
Awards
MTV Award (2009) Paul Rudd, Thomas Lennon, Nominee, Best Kiss
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ReviewSource ReelViews
Review It has long been my contention that the male bonding movie, or so-called "buddy movie," is actually a romantic comedy without the sex. I Love You, Man makes this explicit - it's a buddy movie with all of the rom-com elements exaggerated out of proportion. However, despite the clever premise and several laugh-aloud moments, the film as a whole underwhelms. That's partially the result of a storyline that sags a bit from overfamiliarity, but the bigger problem is one that kills its share of standard romantic comedies: sputtering chemistry between the leads. The two main characters, played by Paul Rudd and Jason Segel, don't connect in a way that has us rooting for them to be together in a meaningful capacity at the end, and that makes I Love You, Man seem flat...While the film offers its share of zingers and raunchy punch lines, there's not much in the way of real insight into male bonding, romance, or tolerating friendships within a committed relationship. There's a sense that Hamburg wants to offer these things, but the script never gets around to doing it. The biggest "truths" he comes close to involve masturbation and oral sex. Those topics are good for shock value and getting a few laughs, but they're not subjects that result in thought-provoking dialogue...There's no question that I Love You, Man is a cut above a lot of the movies out there masquerading as comedies, and it offers something many of them fail to provide: material that is genuinely worth laughing about. But, unless a film is balls-to-the-wall, start-to-finish hilarity, it needs more than a witty framing device and sporadic humor to keep it afloat, and that's where I Love You, Man comes up short. This is by no means a bad movie, but it's not something worth searching out. It's mediocre. Unfortunately, these days in the comedy genre, that could almost be considered a recommendation.
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Reviewer James Berardinelli
ReviewRating 7
ReviewSource Chicago Sun-Times
Review I would like to have a friend like Sydney Fife. I think a lot of guys would. Even though it's funny, charming and light-hearted, that may be the basic appeal of "I Love You, Man." Sydney represents the freedoms most men hesitate to give themselves, maybe through fear of ending up alone, arrested or locked inside behavior that looks fun when you're young but crazy when you're older. The great thing about Sydney is that he lives your fantasies so you don't have to yourself...Peter (Paul Rudd) needs a Sydney (Jason Segel) in his life. He has been told this by Zooey (Rashida Jones), the girl he plans to marry. She would, however, have preferred a less extreme case than this Sydney. Peter is a real-estate agent who is hopelessly, even touchingly, clueless when it comes to seeming the least bit cool. One of those really nice guys, who, when the chips are down, has no idea where to look, what to say, how to move or how to extricate himself gracefully from an impossible situation. He gets along great with women but has no male best friend and actually needs to find one to be best man at his wedding...Because this is a rom-com, various obligatory scenes are necessary; Peter goes shopping for a best friend on some man dates with guys met on the Internet, with predictable results. The movie feels locked into formula until the appearance of Sydney, met while scarfing free food at Peter's open house for the home of Lou Ferrigno. Segel brings sunshine into the movie; we like his character even more quickly than Peter does..."I Love You, Man" is, above all, just plain funny. It's funny with some dumb physical humor, yes, and some gross-out jokes apparently necessary to all buddy movies, but also funny in observations, dialogue, physical behavior and Sydney Fife's observations as a people-watcher. I heard a lot of real laughter from a preview audience, not the perfunctory laughter at manufactured payoffs. You feel good watching the movie. That's what comedies are for, right?
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Reviewer Roger Ebert
ReviewRating 9
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Jason Buchanan, TV Guide ...fresh, fun, and original.
Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly By far the best Judd Apatow comedy that Judd Apatow had nothing at all to do with.
Peter Hartlaub, San Francisco Chronicle ...a hilarious comedy made even more successful because so much of the satire seems fresh.
Stephanie Zacharek, Salon.com ...[Rudd] gives the finest performance of his career, breaking his comic beats down into weird and wonderful fractional increments.
Stephen Farber, The Hollywood Reporter ...a rare comedy that actually grows funnier on reflection. It benefits enormously from the talents of the two stars.

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