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  On DVD This Week – 08/11/2009
Posted by: Mike on Aug 11th, 2009 Leave a Comment »

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  Knowing out sells Man
Posted by: Mike on Mar 23rd, 2009 Leave a Comment »

I was a bit surprised to take a look at the final box office tallies from the weekend, to see a cheesy (and extremely poorly reviewed) Nicholas Cage movie taking top honors.

I fully expected I Love You, Man to take the top spot. But, I guess R rated comedies will always lose out to PG-13 rated Nicholas Cage movies.  Go figure.

I didn’t have a chance to check out  I Love You, Man, but have full intentions on seeing it this week. I’ve heard nothing but good things. And being a huge fan of Jason Segal, and Paul Rudd, I simply have to see this film.




  I Love You, Man Poster
Posted by: Mike on Mar 5th, 2009 Leave a Comment »

The new I Love You, Man poster is available.  A buddy of mine down in Phoenix saw a screening last night, and said it was the funniest movie he’d seen in five years, and that at points he was laughing so hard, he thought he was going to throw up.  Here’s hoping you’re right, Kev.

I Love You, Man Poster

I Love You, Man Poster




  I Love You Beth Cooper Trailer
Posted by: Mike on Feb 16th, 2009 Leave a Comment »

In addition to I Love You Philip Morris and I Love You, Man, we get another “love” movie this summer, called I Love You Beth Cooper.  The trailer doesn’t look quite as good as I Love You, Man, but still somewhat cute.  It stars “Heroes” star Hayden Panettiere, and a whole bunch of other people who aren’t famous, and probably won’t be after this movie, either.

Check out the trailer, what do you think?




  I Love You, Man Trailer
Posted by: Mike on Dec 17th, 2008 Leave a Comment »

The trailer for the new Judd Apatow comedy I Love You, Man hit the internet today, and it’s freakin’ hilarious.  Jason Segel and Paul Rudd are pure comedy gold.    Check it out below, you’ll laugh, I promise.




  I Love You, Man – Funniest Actor
Posted by: Christine on Apr 6th, 2008 Leave a Comment »

There’s no doubt that I Love You, Man is going to be a funny movie. The cast is fantastic, and the premise is an easy setup for both big laughs and a heartwarming ending. But what I’m having a hard time deciding, is who’s going to be the funniest one of them all?

Jason Segel has proven himself hilarious time and again on How I Met Your Mother, and his upcoming movie Forgetting Sarah Marshall looks funny as well. On the other hand, Paul Rudd never fails to steal a scene from anyone he’s in a movie with.

Then we have the ladies. Both Rashida Jones and Jaime Pressley are extremely talented comedic actresses. Jones was a great straight-woman off of John Krasinski’s Jim Halpert on The Office, and Pressley is one of the highlights of My Name Is Earl (especially now that Earl’s in a coma and we’ve strayed from The List).

Since I can’t decide, who do you think is going to be the funniest one?

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  Jaime Pressley Joins I Love You, Man Cast
Posted by: Christine on Apr 4th, 2008 Leave a Comment »

In what’s shaping up to be my favorite cast of the year (with the notable exception of The Dark Knight), the romantic comedy I Love You, Man has added My Name Is Earl star Jaime Pressley to the cast. Empire Online says she’ll play the best friend of Rashida Jones’ character. For more details on the plot, check out our previous (super-excited) post about the flick.

It’s scheduled to be in theaters in 2009.




  Rashida Jones Joins I Love You, Man
Posted by: Christine on Feb 14th, 2008 Leave a Comment »

Rashida Jones in I Love You ManAs if I wasn’t already excited enough about I Love You, Man, now Rashida Jones (Karen from “The Office”) is joining the cast. Empire Online says she’ll be playing Paul Rudd’s fiance. I can imagine Rudd, Jones, and co-star Jason Segel will all work really well together.

I Love You, Man tells the story of an engaged man (Rudd) who finds a random stranger (Segel) to be his best man. No US release date yet.




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