Stop Trying To Make Russell Brand Happen, Cause It Is So Un-Fetch

Get Him To The Greek
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Don’t worry kids, he, Jonah Hill, gets him, Russell Brand, to the Greek.  It’s not the comeback special concert in the end that matters though, mainly cause the movie’s given up by then, but it’s the journey to the stage.  So what about the journey?  It stinks of not trying, while trying too hard to be hard, while trying to be all soft and being about as softball as the questions that Larry King tosses to his guests.  Wurst importantly, it contains a total of one laugh (Sean ‘P. Diddy’ Combs, who is to acting as we are to grammmerr, eats his own head.  HA!).  Even their faux music videos are more tired than they are satire (see ‘PoP Goes My Heart’ from Music In Lyrics for how it’s done).  Sarah Marshall has been long forgotten in our minds, and Nicholas Stoller‘s totally harmless, yet udderly lamefull spin off is as forgettable as the memorable lines of UPN’s Shasta McNasty

Byrne Baby Byrne: the only rose amongst all the thorns is Rose Byrne, who steps up her game a bit here, going toe to ho with Brand as his rock tart squeeze, and who wouldn’t want to squeeze her?

Verdictgo: a comedy is suppose to be funny, this isn’t, so, a mild, but still deserving Slit Yer Eyes Out Repoopulous

Greek currently reeks at a theater near jews

and until next thyme the balcony is clothed…

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13 Responses to “Stop Trying To Make Russell Brand Happen, Cause It Is So Un-Fetch”

  1. What are you talking about? I, and the dozen people I know that have seen it, all thought it was hilarious. Stop trying to be so cute with your hip little lingo and try having an open mind. Diddy eating his own head was the least funny part of the film.

  2. I'd love to be wrong, but I'm not. Somebody please tell me what was so funny?

  3. Dude, Seriously that movie was hilarious. I agree with coop.

  4. The movie has many funny moments, but it drags near the end when it starts to take itself to seriously. One quick bit lampooning eccentric English(not British. The Irish, Scots, and Welsh have their own sporting sensibilities)sports, almost had me in tears.


    hmm, seems like you ARE wrong...74% of ALL critics like the movie and 86% of fans love it...including me.

    It just must be comedy over you head. you don't get it and you probably wont.

  6. your right. its not that great. P. Diddy was funny in the beginning only, then the joke got tired. Jonah hill, always awesome, and Russell brand, same character....lame. I thought he would be a bit different, but no. Same old, witty, knows everything, always cool guy.

    The scene with the vegas heroin dealer is my favorite part.

  7. Martin Balsam 09. Jun, 2010 at 7:07 am

    I saw it in a pretty full theater so I missed a lot of dialog because people were laughing so much. I thought I was going to pass out when the Destiny girl pulls out that dildo from her purse, and Jonah Hill asks "Do you carry that with you all the time?" Then she starts jamming in in his mouth and he strarts screaming he just wants to go home! If you didn't find this movie funny, don't take barbiturates before going to a comedy movie!

  8. Tom Welling: WORLD'S GREATEST ACTOR 09. Jun, 2010 at 11:20 am


  9. you using a Mean Girls reference is 10000x less funny than this movie.

  10. Well I've got to agree with both Dave and Coop. I thought the movie was pretty funny up until towards the end, when it started taking itself too seriously. You DEFINITELY tried too hard to be cute though & should do the interwebz a favor by never blogging again - YOU SUCK!!

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