The difficult art of forgetting

The difficult art of forgetting

I was encouraged to watch this movie by numerous commercials, so I expected something more than what I saw. In addition, Judd Apatow and Jason Segel are a duo already known from the film "Setback", which was quite a good comedy with a moral. Unfortunately, Jason Segel, who apparently wanted to follow in the footsteps of Adam Sandler (co-writer and main character "Don't mess with the hairdresser"), did not rise to the challenge and began the script well, and ended up so. The plot is not surprising, but it promises to be pleasant. Peter Bretter (Jason Segel) already has everything a man his age could want, but one day Sarah Marshall (Kristen Bell), who was to accompany him in this settled life, declares that he is leaving him. For Peter, this is unacceptable, his world is falling apart, and neither work nor sex with casual women brings relief. The only hope to forget is a trip to Hawaii.
However, along with his new boyfriend Aldouse (Russell Brand) Sarah also spends his holidays there. Perhaps the charming receptionist Rachel Jansen (Kristen BellMila Kunis) will prove to be the medicine. The first half of the film is really good, fun and interesting. Much of the credit goes to Jason Segel, who turned out to be a disappointing woman, and Russell Brand, who as a lip gloss singer - abstinent was the most colorful character in the movie. Women were pale, Kristen Bell and Mila Kunis did not contribute anything to the film. Their beauty may be eye-catching, but it was also their only asset. Strange but well-played creations were created by Maria Thayer (Wyoma) and Jack McBrayer (Darald), who play newlyweds with bed problems.
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"Boys are crying too" is a comedy rich in funny situations. Their multiplication was the main goal of the screenwriter. The story is based on an attempt to forget about a beloved woman and all side threads have been reduced. It wasn't a very good treatment, because about halfway through the movie the film was getting boring, nothing new was happening, the scenes were unnecessarily stretched. Nicholas Stoller's proposal did not meet my expectations. For the comedy it came out poorly, because with time it was less and less fun, and for romance - too schematic. Acting is not impressive, and computer generated landscapes annoy. Jokes was enough only for the first hour, so maybe the recipe for improving this movie would be to shorten it.
Despite this, you can watch it, just not expect something unforgettable. .