THE FIVE-YEAR ENGAGEMENT
Review: Tom and Violet keep getting tripped up on their long walk down the aisle together after getting engaged.
Director: Nicholas Stoller… 117 more words
The Old Mill
February Commentary: Forgetting Sarah Marshall (Unrated)
co-hosted by Robert Cole and R. Daniel Walker
A commentary you can listen to over your DVD or Blu-Ray copy of Nicholas Stoller’s unrated version of 145 more words
Directed by Nicholas Stoller
The first five minutes of the film, which fictionally recreate celebrity mayhem coverage using Russell Brand and Olivia Byrne as out-of-control pop stars, are so hysterically funny that it hurts that much more when the film decides to focus instead on… 130 more words
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Gary: You always believe in other people, but that’s easy. Sooner or later, you gotta believe in yourself, too, because that’s what growing up is. It’s becoming who you want to be.
Check out our latest episode as we discuss the 2012 film The Five Year Engagement. Romantic comedies set around weddings or wedding planning are pretty much old hat– does this Jason Segel/Nicholas Stoller vehicle do anything to refresh the genre? 47 more words