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Plot: When Joel and Molly meet, it's hate at first sight: his big Corporate Candy Company threatens to shut down her quirky indie shop. Plus, Joel is hung up on his sexy ex. But amazingly, they ... Runtime: 83 mins Release Date: 24 Jan 2014
A much-needed laugh-a-second pastiche of romcoms (by Klickberg)
David Wain and his well-established troupe of actor-comedians -- along with a few new brilliant featured players -- have done it again. This is not only a smartly crafted film that transcends the lazy simplicity of a prototypical parody film it actually has a forward-moving plot and characters who develop over the course of the narrative, as opposed to just a string of jokes loosely tied together . It is also the first movie I've seen in years that left me laughing out loud at every turn.This likely has as much to do with the high caliber of its cast as the incisive and hilarious writing <more>
that is also true to the prosaic genre it is skewering.As much as I've enjoyed surprisingly some of Wain's more commercial fare of recent years, it was so refreshing to see his reliable team and him back in doing what they do best and have proved to be the unarguable masters of: Pure pastiche. It's one thing to poke fun at romcoms especially THESE days with such predictable drivel bombarding us wherever we go . But to deftly embrace the genre and play with it WHILE also playing by the strictures of said genre is what makes Wain a true craftsman.Unfortunately, as with The State and Stella, such comedy isn't as easily accessible and fast-food digestible as the hackneyed, broad comedy most audience members are being fooled into spending their money on today. But, it's nice to know that at least someone is out there working to make funny films for the rest of us.
They Came Together is by far the funniest movie I have had the pleasure of watching for years. If you like over the top satire I would call it absurdist humour then you will love this movie. If on the other hand you expect your comedies to take themselves seriously then you should probably look elsewhere. It had me in almost constant laughter and when you have to stop eating and drinking during a movie because you are laughing so much you know it's a funny one.The actors were perfect in their roles and it was great to see Amy Poehler step on to the big screen in a big way.Fantastic <more>
Can we give superhero status to Michael Showalter and David Wain? After all the destruction the "Scary Movie" films have done and all the harm that Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer has done to the world of parody, these two come in when all seemed dark and to the point it could never return to the heights of hilarity that it had once seen back in the day and proved that parody can still work and work incredibly well! "They Came Together" is a ridiculously hilarious film that is filled with just some incredible talent. Everyone from Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler in the leads <more>
to the minor appearances from Kenan Thompson, Christopher Meloni, Ken Marino, and Jack McBrayer to the more lengthy appearances of Bill Hader, Ellie Kemper, Jason Mantzoukas and more even two great cameos at the end are just—I hesitate to use the slang "killing it" but are just killing it on screen. Each and every player is bringing the script to life and making the film something that made my sides burst.From the moment it started until the time it ended heck, even a day later as I'm writing this, I'm still laughing at the scenes that are playing on repeat in my brain , "They Came Together" had me rolling on the floor. The jokes are a mixed bunch that results in a film that I never found boring or repetitive. Sometimes the jokes are smart, always they are witty, occasionally they get super silly, and, on a few occasions, the film gets vulgar and offensive with its humor but, the point is, the film never stopped with its comedy and never rested on a formula that was the same thing over and over again. Michael Showalter and David Wain wrote a wickedly entertaining break down of the romantic comedy genre that proves that satire and parody is more than just some fart jokes, a guy hurting himself, and dated pop culture references that it was sadly becoming. I just loved this film and hated absolutely nothing about it.Greetings! My name is Rev. Ron and I love movies. If you feel like reading more of my rants, ramblings, geek references, bad jokes, and other movies reviews like a more in-depth, totally gushing look at "They Came Together" and other films that would be improved if Showalter and Wain wrote the script , you can visit my blog at revronmovies.blogspot.com. If you don't feel like any of those things I said and probably hate me because we love to hate things on the internet , you can go about your day because these aren't the droids you're looking for.
Why Don't People Get It?! This Movie Is Fantastic! (by nbrimmerbeller)
They Came Together is the first great film satire in years. It skewers everyone, from the most renowned romantic comedies to the most idiotic chick flicks. Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler are perfect, parodying the roles they could very conceivably be cast in and I believe Paul Rudd has done a few times . Not every joke lands, and most of them go by so quickly it could all be a 30 Rock cutaway, but nevertheless this movie is a delight for anyone who has noticed how brainless and predictable most romantic comedies end up being. Cheers to everyone involved in this movie, and to everyone who gets the <more>
joke. Watch it; I hope you find yourself laughing as hard as I did all three times I watched it .
The "Airplane!" of Romantic Comedies (by graystrickland)
This movie isn't for everyone, but it's hilarious, once you understand this: "They Came Together" is to the romantic comedy genre the same way that "Airplane!" is to the disaster movie genre. Both make fun of a genre instead of trying to be part of it. The trailers and marketing that the studio produced may have given audiences the wrong expectations. I certainly was not expecting this - but loved it anyway. "They Came Together" is not a romantic comedy. It's a comedy that makes fun of romantic comedies. And the more romantic comedies that you've <more>
seen in the past, the funnier this will be for you. Why? Because if you never saw a disaster movies before you watched "Airplane!" it would make no sense. Relax and disable the serious part of your mind and don't come in expecting "It Happened One Night while Bridget Jones was Sleepless in a Little Shop Around The Corner, but she'll have Breakfast at Tiffany's before going on a Roman Holiday."
They Came Together. The Film You Wont See. (by serrini)
Hi. Rob Serrini here. Film Critic. Welcome and Action.Upon my never ending quest to better the film-watching community with vitriol so accurate about cinema today while trolling every IMDb page I can I wondered, or perhaps came across a new little "Pohludd" vehicle who's title peaked, so to phrase, my interest: "They Came Together" ** A 5.3 star out of 10 rating intrigued me as I am often at odds with common Luddite opinions of film example gratis: anything made by Sir Mike Bay I consider "live animation" and not actually "cinema" and deserves to <more>
be watched only in the back of a taxi cab on the way to a long day of jury duty in Jackson Heights, Queens. Interest peaked, I shelled out the $6.99 USD to Amazon LLC and had the film screened to my color balanced Sony 25" Trimaster EL OLED Master Monitor. Yes, the F Series. Because I'm not a peon who likes to read coloring books.At first glance which is always blind said Virgil this is your pedestrian romantic comedy. Boy meets girl, looses, and then obtains her again. Girl is cute with sassy ambitions, boy is lost with secret passions, and the film is set in... New York City. Thank you Harold and Sarah for ruining it for everyone you too Robert Reiner. You bastard. I digress... this was my first glance. As I slowly sunk into a common depression and anxiety for the future of cinema I realized that something magical, yes, magical was taking place...The film was sentient.Yes. A film, about, a film. The film knew it was a film, the actors, aware that in fact, they were in a romantic comedy, and the humor and script were in fact two sided, as jokes played on the level of characters withing a scenario and actors portraying characters acting out in said scenario.Nothing this brave has not belched the screen since the first "Scream" which isn't so much a film as it is art history. Best you watch the trailer, for surely it is difficult enough to wrap your mind around such theory as is.HTTP://www.youtube.com/watch?v TPzHRXUcUWU I was so enthralled with the juex du mots and cul du sac of plot that I became lost in the characters world, which was in fact, my world, as they knew I was watching a film. In truth I was thankful I did not have a plebeian profession that requires drug testing, as I was sure that this master director, Mr. Dave Wain, had surely drugged me. Oh lala.I will not divulge any of the plot as frankly there is none genius! , but at the heart, the film's directive is a common critique on the natural state of current CHC. The over use of sujet vs fabula, the trite demand for archetypes that Campbell would roll his dead eyes at. This film thrusts the prolific dagger of defiance into the one eyed studio beast and proclaims "Screw how Lubich would do it! This is how it is done. Biotch!" - a constant breeze seemed to come from my $16,000.00 USD, laboratory calibrated, lead lined monitor as if Apollo's chariot was fueled by the photonic symphony that this film emitted. Such a brilliant piece of work I imagine both Bazin and Eisenstein masturbating in heaven together, each one grabbing the hog of the other, while simultaneously shouting "we are not worthy!" as they... yes... as "they came together".You too will cum together with this film, as I did, for the comedy is so hot, the attack on Hollywood Gestapoism so pornographic, that even the cold, sphincter, dead body of Goldwyn will sprout a 4.8 inch rabid erection and shout to the heavens "oh momma!" while climaxing in his guilt lined, for he destroyed Hollywood, coffin, for eternity.The film is "They Came Together". The director is Mr. David Wain. The word is "go" as in see it.I, as always, am Rob Serrini*, film critic. Goodday and Cut.* Rob Serrini is also known as Roberto Serrini, as in the 1999 Film Studies graduate of the University of California in Santa Barbara. Roberto Serrini's education was a rigorous intake of an encyclopedia of Film Theory that stretched the ages. In so 4 year, thousands of hours or reading Russian film theory, and analyzing more Buster Keaton films then is legal by state law, Roberto Serrini's outlet is speaking earnestly about film and yelling at plants. Lastly, Roberto Serrini is a self aware film critic.** Seriously, all joking aside, this film is fantastic. It's like Airplane and The Kentucky Fried Movie had a child, and that child was invited over to Rob Reiner's house, who was having an orgy, where Mel Brooks, The Waynes Brothers, and Baily Jay the Tranny were in attendance. Go. See.
Guys if you have to take the GF to a romantic comedy this is the one (by abebes_revenge)
Was at Bonnaroo 14 and fortunate enough to see a screening of this followed by a Q&A with the director. The comedy in this movie is a throwback to the style of movies like airplane. It's about making the audience laugh, even if the joke borders on absurd. This definitely doesn't fall under the last few years' raunchy comedies, but a return to comedy that was about the setup and joke. Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler have good on screen chemistry, and it helps drive a familiar story line. Coming from a guy's perspective; I wouldn't have been upset coming out of this on date <more>
night, and having spent money to see it. It's a vague review, but I don't want to spoil any of the gags for those that do see it.
Laugh out loud goofy R rated comedy (by charlie-senile)
As far as a comedy goes, this is funny. It is is a parody through and through. If someone watched a romantic comedy and decided to replace every predictable G-rated punchline with a realistic R-rated one, this is it. If you liked Super Troopers, Half Baked, Naked Gun, Scary Movie 1, Parks and Rec, the Office, etc., you'll like this. It is witty, raunchy, and bad all at the same time. The main difference between this and Scary Movie is a better story and better acting. You need to be relaxed to enjoy this movie, if you are watching it with a SO you might be embarrassed to laugh at some <more>
points. C'mon, Paul Rudd is pretty good and choosing which movie will be funny/good and which won't: I love you man, knocked up, etc etc.
Before seeing the movie I only knew that it was a parody on RomComs, so I was hoping for a subtle deconstruction and satire on the genre. Similar to what Parks and Recreation is to Politics and if someone could pull it off it's Rudd and Poehler. However, in the first few minutes it's clear that this one is something entirely different - you could say it's to RomComs what Naked Gun is to a thriller like Telefon or Airplane! is to disaster movies. You have over the top gags and a chaotic plot that only makes sense because you are familiar with the tropes of RomComs. If you like this <more>
kind of humor then this movie is hilarious and you'll be laughing out loud a couple of times. A few things could have been better because sometimes the scenes are a bit too much on the nose even for this kind of movie but all in all it was still great.