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      Get Him to the Greek

      2010, Comedy, 1h 48m

      203 Reviews 100,000+ Ratings

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      Thanks to a suitably raunchy script and a pair of winning performances from Jonah Hill and Russell Brand, Get Him to the Greek is one of the year's funniest comedies. Read critic reviews

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      An ambitious executive at a record company, Aaron Green (Jonah Hill) gets what looks like an easy assignment: He must escort British rock legend Aldous Snow (Russell Brand) to L.A.'s Greek Theatre for the first stop on a lucrative comeback-concert tour. Snow, however, has different plans. Learning his true love is in California, the rocker vows to win her back before starting the tour, forcing Aaron to pull out all the stops to get Snow on stage in time.

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      • Jan 09, 2016

        Jonah Hill is great and really makes the whole thing work; well that and the surprisingly candid characters. I have to say I don't really like Russell Brand but he's at his best here I suppose. Some parts of the film toward the end arguably suffer a bit for the films ambitions too, making it seem a bit tonally confused, but this is only a minor complaint. Really is quite funny!

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      • Dec 30, 2012

        In this spin-off of Forgetting Sarah Marshall, the character of Aldous Snow gets to rock out. Get Him to the Greek follows a record company executive who has to get rocker star Aldus Snow to the Greek Theatre in L.A. for his 10th anniversary show, and the shenanigans that they get into along the way. Jonah Hill, Russell Brand, Elisabeth Moss, and Sean Combs lead the cast and give good comedic performances. However, the Aldous Snow character has been tweaked a bit and is more of a rock star stereotype then he was in the previous film. But, this kind of works and helps with the satire. Yet the film takes some bizarre turns, as does the humor. So, while the comedy is rather hit-and-miss, enough sticks to make Get Him to the Greek wildly entertaining.

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      • Aug 04, 2012

        Moments of hilarity contrasted against darker moments and moments of boredom left 'Get Him to the Greek' feeling dis-jointed, isolating the viewer from what could of potentially been a very good film. I was surprised at how good Russel Brand was in this alongside P-diddy who somehow managed to be the funniest character against all my expectations. 'Get Him to the Greek' had it's occasional moments but overall felt overlong and overdone

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      • Aug 04, 2012

        Though not as good as "Forgetting Sarah Marshall", this semi follow up is frequently very funny, with Jonah Hill on good form and Russell Brand bearable (there's a great line in which Aaron succinctly summarises how Aldous manages to make everything he says sound clever and witty, when essentially it's bullshit). The film is often more extreme than most comedies of this ilk, going further than I expected which sometimes works and sometimes doesn't, and I could live without Sean Combs (though the "eating my own head" scene is a standout), but there's much to enjoy. It's also great to see Elisabeth Moss, being brilliant in an underwritten role as a sleep-deprived doctor.

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