Da Couch Tomato

An attempt at a new layout, with horrible glitches, and very minimal knowledge of HTML.

Get Him to the Greek

Hill and Brand upon learning that P. Diddy would get an Oscar nomination for his cameo in this movie.
Funny, in a Judd Apatow way. Of course, Russell Brand gives a really funny performance. After seeing it, I talked in a British accent for the rest of the day. And the day after that.

Rose Byrne suddenly became hot. Why didn't I notice her in Troy? Oh right, because she was overshadowed by Dianne Kruger.

P. Diddy's acting sucked. He's not like LL Cool J, Ice Cube, or Queen Latifah, who've made successful transitions from music to movies. P. Diddy looked really stiff and unnatural. Just stick to producing records, dude. Trust me.

This was written by Jason Segel. That's right. That sissy from How I Met Your Mother. He's also the one who wrote (and starred in) Forgetting Sarah Marshall. And apparently, Get Him to the Greek is a spin-off from Forgetting Sarah Marshall. And although both star Jonah Hill, he doesn't play the same character in both films. Confusing, innit?

Outrageous cameos from the kid who played Draco Malfoy, Pink, and Lars Ulrich. I think it would've been better if they just gave Puffy a cameo and gave his role to someone else. Because in case I forgot to say it, Puffy's acting sucked.

*some info from IMDb
pic from Unreality Magazine

Get Him to the Greek. USA. 2010.

Rating: Six and a half out of ten.
Rose Byrne: Eight out of ten.
P. Diddy's acting: One out of ten.


P. Diddy ruined this movie for me! Darn. But looking past his acting, this movie was a fresh kind of comedy with some heart. And laughs, of course. Hehe.

But speaking in a British accent after watching extends the fun. Hehe.

Of course it's a fresh kind of comedy. It's from Judd Apatow. Hehe.

Premium Blogspot Templates
Copyright © 2012 Da Couch Tomato