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The phenomenon is interesting enough to ensure the adjective "Apatovian" stays in use for some time. Following last year's Role Models , the second such beast -- I Love You, Man -- arrived in theaters on 's first day of spring. Both star Paul Rudd, a loyal supporting player in the Apatow troupe since 's Anchorman.
Actually, although Rudd's protagonist Peter Klaven is pretty even-keeled, there's enough to distinguish him from standard everyman heroes. This Los Angeles real estate agent is a bit milquetoast and he's also been so invested in his relationships with that the opposite sex that his male friends are more like acquaintances. Magnifying that fact from curious observation to feature-length issue, the film opens with Peter proposing to his girlfriend Zooey Rashida Jones, "The Office". Now, Peter has to choose a best man and his prospects -- a gay younger brother Andy Samberg, "Saturday Night Live" , a brash work colleague Rob Huebel , and those casually chummy fencing partners Mather Zickel, Aziz Ansari, Nick Kroll -- are universally dim.
To find a best friend worthy of calling a best man, Peter takes others' advice and reluctantly agrees to a series of man dates, which are like platonic versions of couple dates. These go comedically wrong, but hope is born when Peter meets Sydney Fife Segel while hosting an open house. The two men are different in most ways, but they bond over a common appreciation for fish tacos and the band Rush.
Not only does the socially awkward Peter soon have a best friend in the laid-back, brutally honest Sydney, but their closeness bothers the excluded Zooey and even puts the wedding plans in question. It is not too surprising then that the filmmaker proves capable and comfortable with the fine material here.
At the same time, Hamburg personally tackles new ground, as Stiller's signature projects have typically been different from and safer than the Apatow hits.
Although Apatow had nothing to do with this movie, his influence on the genre is impossible to miss here. While I Love You, Man has more than enough vulgarity and crudeness to earn its R rating, it is a bit tamer than the others of its ilk. The film doesn't center on sex and the dialogue that does serves to either advance characters and plot or land a joke. Profanity is used fairly liberally, but not unrealistically or indulgently.
The most memorable quotes and scenes have almost an innocence to them, as they contrast the two leading men and allow the reliably witty Rudd to try to shed his feminine side and embrace his inner cool dude.
Another staple of Apatow fare -- cinema culture references -- is also upheld, to the film's benefit. Maybe the typical viewer won't appreciate that a key plot point is the selling of "The Incredible Hulk" actor Lou Ferrigno's stately mansion. But Ferrigno's performance as himself certainly qualifies as one of the highlights of his career.
And jokey mentions of things like Chocolat , M. Night Shyamalan, and Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium also amused me greatly. Think about it and you'll realize these people truly enjoy the industry they're in. It should also enjoy them for the feel-good comedy they've consistently delivered this decade.
At the box office, the Apatovian comedies have not reached the heights of the first two films Apatow himself directed it's looking like Funny People , his latest, won't either , but their earnings have easily surpassed the modest budgets typical for the genre.
As is expected and so often the case, neither picture nor sound stands out either as demo material or troubling. The video is clean and sharp, if a touch darker than natural. The sound is largely limited to the front channels, with the exception of a few amplified non-diegetic soundtrack selections and a performance by Rush, as the comedy world's favorite Canadian rock band makes a cameo amidst character adulation. The trio immediately establishes the track as goofy.
It remains active, lively, and filled with jokes and references. At the same time, the chummy speakers do what the format asks, taking us behind the scenes in a screen-specific fashion. Starting with the project's origins and moving to cast, characters and plot, the piece gathers insight about story points, key sequences, and collaborations in on-set and staged interviews. It's an appropriate companion to the feature. Besides showing off actors' improvisational talents none more evident than Rudd's , we get a number of unused show business references including an on-Vespa duet of the "Facts of Life" theme , some more awkward "Klavenisms", and four minutes of Jon Favreau and Jaime Pressly's Barry and Denise bickering.
Fuller and more film-like are six extended scenes , which show us some humorous interactions from ladies night, the engagement dinner, tuxedo shopping, the best man offer, and the Rush concert. Last and best is a wedding ceremony interruption that goes on and on about Johnny Depp's work and inspiring food movies.
It's not hard to see why the three deleted scenes were cut. Unless you worked on this movie, the gag reel doesn't deliver enough laughs to justify that it runs longer than most. Still, some amusement is gleamed from this collection of chair farts, fights to control laughter, unused ad libs, and foul-mouthed filming breaks. Three Easter eggs can be found on the Special Features menu. These are three extremely short deleted snippets, running 8 to 12 seconds each. The fine animated main menu places its standard montage in a billboard and sets it to some rocking score.
Submenus are silent and static. This funny "bromantic comedy" doesn't rely heavily on dirty words and shock value to win over viewers, instead crafting a creative and fairly intelligent concept movie that soars on the ample talents of Paul Rudd and Jason Segel.
It's not exactly full of surprises and if you don't already like these actors and the types of films they make, this won't make you a fan. But I enjoyed it and anticipate revisiting it with some regularity hereon. With a spirited audio commentary and an hour of video bonuses worth seeing, the DVD satisfies without quite surpassing one's expectations.
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Paul Rudd: Peter Klaven
The film stars Paul Rudd as a friendless man looking for a best man for his upcoming wedding. However, his new best friend Jason Segel is straining his relationship with his bride Rashida Jones. The film was released theatrically in North America on March 20, , to mostly positive reviews. Peter seems to not have any close friends to share the good news with, only family and mainly female acquaintances.
Robbie: Casual lunch or after work drinks. Sometimes we just have to let it out. Try it. Peter Klaven : Muscle Beach. Half an hour.
I love you man quotes
The phenomenon is interesting enough to ensure the adjective "Apatovian" stays in use for some time. Following last year's Role Models , the second such beast -- I Love You, Man -- arrived in theaters on 's first day of spring. Both star Paul Rudd, a loyal supporting player in the Apatow troupe since 's Anchorman. Actually, although Rudd's protagonist Peter Klaven is pretty even-keeled, there's enough to distinguish him from standard everyman heroes. This Los Angeles real estate agent is a bit milquetoast and he's also been so invested in his relationships with that the opposite sex that his male friends are more like acquaintances. Magnifying that fact from curious observation to feature-length issue, the film opens with Peter proposing to his girlfriend Zooey Rashida Jones, "The Office". Now, Peter has to choose a best man and his prospects -- a gay younger brother Andy Samberg, "Saturday Night Live" , a brash work colleague Rob Huebel , and those casually chummy fencing partners Mather Zickel, Aziz Ansari, Nick Kroll -- are universally dim. To find a best friend worthy of calling a best man, Peter takes others' advice and reluctantly agrees to a series of man dates, which are like platonic versions of couple dates.
Andy Samberg: Robbie Klaven
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In "I Love You, Man," a comedy from John Hamburg, Peter Klaven Paul Rudd is a successful real estate agent who, upon getting engaged to the woman of his dreams, Zooey, Rashida Jones , discovers, to his dismay and chagrin, that he has no male friend close enough to serve as his Best Man. Peter immediately sets out to rectify the situation, embarking on a series of bizarre and awkward "man-dates," before meeting Sydney Fife Jason Segel , a charming, opinionated man with whom he instantly bonds. But the closer the two men get, the more Peter's relationship with Zooey suffers, ultimately forcing him to choose between his fiancee and his new found "bro," in a story that comically explores what it truly means to be a "friend. His stock ensemble of actors, writers and directors have managed to hone in on the perfect formula of raunchy and sweet.
Andy Samberg On Set Interview – I LOVE YOU, MAN
Sydney Fife : You get home safe, Pistol. Peter Klaven : You got it, Joben. Sydney Fife : I'm sorry, what? Peter Klaven : Er
The movie follows Paul Rudd's character as he realizes he doesn't have any close friends to be groomsmen for his wedding. On his journey to find friends he runs into a wide array of famous actors playing potential new friends or play a part of his family. Rewatching this movie turns into a game of I Spy as you recognize more and more actors throughout. He is at the poker game Paul Rudd's character tries to join to meet some new friends, blink and you'll miss him. His character is friends with another top actor on this list and Rudd's character joins them and their group in an attempt to meet some cool dudes. Rudd ruins their boy's night when the festivities turn to drinking and he drinks too much alcohol.
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