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Forgetting Sarah Marshall

Struggling musician Peter Bretter (Jason Segel) is better-known as the boyfriend of TV star Sarah Marshall (Kristen Bell). After she unceremoniously dumps him, he feels lost and alone but makes a last-ditch bid to get over it by going to Hawaii. However, she and her new boyfriend (Russell Brand) are there in the same hotel.

Jason Segel Peter Bretter
Kristen Bell Sarah Marshall
Mila Kunis Rachael
Russell Brand Aldous
Bill Hader Brian
Liz Cackowski Liz
Jack McBrayer Darald
Taylor Wily Kemo
Da'Vone McDonald Dwayne the Bartender
Steve Landesberg Dr. Rosenbaum

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May 19, 2008 - Scandalon on Forgetting Sarah Marshall
You've come a long way baby

Pornography for females.

May 18, 2008 - nodrog on Forgetting Sarah Marshall
Very Funny, Dark, Romantic Comedy

What can be said? Just see it like the rest of the country and enjoy this great streak of movies by the folks who did 40 year old virgin, etc.

May 10, 2008 - vicaya on Forgetting Sarah Marshall

Maybe the hype got me. I don't think the main characters are really funny. Peter's step brother, and particularly, the brit singer with cockney accent are hilarious enough to save the day. I thought the brit was just obnoxious in the trailer. But unlike Dane Cook, he's actually funny as well.

Apr 21, 2008 - AnDroo.Napoli on Forgetting Sarah Marshall

I am growing weary of this troupe of actors that are makeing these comedys one after another. To be honest I was expecting this one to be the flop of the group, but they still held it together and delivered a suprisingly honest comedy. One of the best tools the writers use best in this group is they Know the clichés and definately come dangerously close to delivering them on a silver platter with flashing lights and a nice side of steriotypical "Potato chip for the brain" sides, but makes a sharp turn at the last second making YOU the audience feel like an asshole for following the bias of one character only to be 'corrected' later with the other side of the story.

The feeling of being duped was amusing, and you definately feel for all the people involved. If there's one thing this crew has, it's a firm grip on the realities of human interaction.

Apr 21, 2008 - Cprettyleaf on Forgetting Sarah Marshall
Pretty Damn Funny

This was a quirky and slap sticky romantic comedy but thats what I think most people have come to expect from the people that did the 40 year old virgin and knocked up.

I was happy when I heard that Kristin Bell was in this movie because I really like her and have been waiting to see her on the big screen in a movie that didn't suck.

There are lots of really funny moments in this movie and as its rated it is very much for adults unless you want your kids to see a hairy mans " twig and berry's " numerous times. If you are ok with them see that by all means bring them to the movie but you only have yourself to blame if the get nightmares about hairy man bits.

Apr 19, 2008 - josh on Forgetting Sarah Marshall
Funny and entertaining

A little more interesting than the typical "average guy with a hot girlfriend" romantic comedy.

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