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    OT: Forgetting Sarah Marshall

    Anyone see this yet? All the makings of a classic.

    Incredible one liners throughout. Delivery is priceless.

    And it doesn't hurt that Mila Kunis is probably the hottest young thing in Hollywood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetHeel23 View Post
    Anyone see this yet? All the makings of a classic.

    Incredible one liners throughout. Delivery is priceless.

    And it doesn't hurt that Mila Kunis is probably the hottest young thing in Hollywood.
    i'm going to see it tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetHeel23 View Post
    Anyone see this yet? All the makings of a classic.

    Incredible one liners throughout. Delivery is priceless.

    And it doesn't hurt that Mila Kunis is probably the hottest young thing in Hollywood.
    Not really, considering Superbad and even Knocked Up were way better.

    I'm in the minority that really didn't think FSM was all that it's cracked up to be. I think the same repetitive theme lost its humor after awhile and Jason Segel just wasn't that funny. Paul Rudd's small parts, IMO, were better than Segel's lead role.

    Again, JMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loluchka80 View Post
    i'm going to see it tonight.
    You'd see FSM over Ironman? Wow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetHeel23 View Post
    Anyone see this yet? All the makings of a classic.

    Incredible one liners throughout. Delivery is priceless.

    And it doesn't hurt that Mila Kunis is probably the hottest young thing in Hollywood.
    very, very funny. And yes, Mila is a somewhat attractive young woman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10PennyToColes87 View Post
    Not really, considering Superbad and even Knocked Up were way better.

    I'm in the minority that really didn't think FSM was all that it's cracked up to be. I think the same repetitive theme lost its humor after awhile and Jason Segel just wasn't that funny. Paul Rudd's small parts, IMO, were better than Segel's lead role.

    Again, JMO.
    JMO, I thought it was funnier than knocked up.

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    My wife and I didn't like it all that much. Some decent one liners and Mila Kunis is fricken smoking...

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    Quote Originally Posted by chirorob View Post
    JMO, I thought it was funnier than knocked up.
    Hey, to each his own, I just had higher expectations for FSM than male nudity and crude sexual jokes, said over and over and over again until they weren't funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chirorob View Post
    JMO, I thought it was funnier than knocked up.
    Me too. Liked it better than Superbad as well and that's saying alot.

    For me it's there with Old School and Wedding Crashers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10PennyToColes87 View Post
    Not really, considering Superbad and even Knocked Up were way better.

    I'm in the minority that really didn't think FSM was all that it's cracked up to be. I think the same repetitive theme lost its humor after awhile and Jason Segel just wasn't that funny. Paul Rudd's small parts, IMO, were better than Segel's lead role.

    Again, JMO.
    Agreed 100%. Knocked Up was much funnier and Paul Rudd was much funnier in this movie that Segel. Mila Kunis was worth the price of admission though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetHeel23 View Post
    For me it's there with Old School and Wedding Crashers.
    Blasphemy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10PennyToColes87 View Post
    Hey, to each his own, I just had higher expectations for FSM than male nudity and crude sexual jokes, said over and over and over again until they weren't funny.
    It wasn't all sex humor man...

    The scene at the dinner table where Aldous and Peter are making fun of Sarah for doing a movie where a cell phone kills her had me crying. The original music as well, the Dracula songs...

    And yes, Paul Rudd was hilarious. "Oh the weather outside is weather", and "I like her red hair. I wonder if the carpet matches the pubes."

    I laughed this entire movie front to back.

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    ^^^ Good lord.

    + 2429428409821

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jets Babe View Post
    best effing movie, ever. YOU HAVE CHRIST BETWEEN YOUR THIGHS!
    Most people didn't hear the finish to this line cause they were laughing. He actually finishes by saying...

    "Only with a shorter beard."

    I ****ing lost it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by METER View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by JetHeel23 View Post
    It wasn't all sex humor man...

    The scene at the dinner table where Aldous and Peter are making fun of Sarah for doing a movie where a cell phone kills her had me crying. The original music as well, the Dracula songs...

    And yes, Paul Rudd was hilarious. "Oh the weather outside is weather", and "I like her red hair. I wonder if the carpet matches the pubes."

    I laughed this entire movie front to back.
    Yeah, because they didn't do that EXACT scene in Knocked Up. 2 couples, the guys, who didn't like each other previously, with a little help from alcohol, now both are friends and ganging up on their respective women.

    Yes, FSM had some funny scenes, that comes with any Apatow movie, but to me it was unoriginal and lacked something that made it stand out. Infact, the ONLY line I came away with that I quote is: "When life gives you lemons, just say '**** the lemons,' and bail." Paul Rudd saved this movie

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    Quote Originally Posted by sect313 View Post
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    She's a hot petite russian chick that you can fit in your pocket.

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    A couple of good one liners and the dracula song aside this movie was not that funny... Russell Brand and Paul Rudd were both a lot funnier than Segal was...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bergen Jet View Post
    A couple of good one liners and the dracula song aside this movie was not that funny... Russell Brand and Paul Rudd were both a lot funnier than Segal was...
    Agreed on Brand and Rudd being funnier than Segal. But I still liked Segal.

    "You shall not pass"...LMAO...

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