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Get Him to the Greek (movie)

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  • Review: 'Neighbors' ★★★

    Review: 'Neighbors' ★★&#9733
    One part smart, one part stupid and three parts jokes about body parts, the extremely raunchy "Neighbors" is a strange success story. It's nobody's idea of a well-structured and logically detailed screenplay, even though its premise — new parents battling frat house neighbors — springs from a high-concept idea that could've come from scriptwriting software or a research facility. Which brings us to one of the movie's better early jokes: Sizing up the perpetually shirtless kegmeister played by Zac Efron, Seth Rogen wonders if his adversary was "designed in a laboratory."
  • Movie projector: 'Get Him to the Greek' and 'Killers' aiming for No. 2 against 'Shrek'

     
    Last year on the first weekend of June, "The Hangover" shocked Hollywood with a $41-million opening, one of the biggest ever for an R-rated comedy. This year the R-rated "Get Him to the Greek" and PG-13 "Killers" are both hoping...

    Critics’ groups go for ‘Black Swan,’ ‘Social Network,’ ‘True Grit’

     
    The LA Film Critics named “The Social Network” best picture, but also showed love to “Carlos” and “Mother” “Animal Kingdom” and “A Prophet.” The New York Film Critics also honored “The...

    Russell Brand: A new brand

    Russell Brand: A new brand
    It can be exhausting, admitted Russell Brand, being on all the time. Constantly looking for the laugh, thinking up witty comebacks, exuding rakish charm. So last week, when the star of the new "Arthur" remake knew he had no audience to impress, he took...

    'Get Him to the Greek'

    'Get Him to the Greek'
    The "him" is a hugely unpredictable rock star - played by the appropriately unpredictable Russell Brand - who becomes the assignment of a record industry novice ( Jonah Hill), ordered to accompany the musician from England to a scheduled concert at Los...