I Want Someone to Eat Cheese With Movie Information

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Overall Rank: 11763

Average Rating: 2.5/4

# of Ratings: 11

Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/2007

Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 04/15/2008

Language: English

Genre: Comedy, Romance

MPAA Rating: R

Director: Jeff Garlin

Actors: Rose Abdoo, Scott Adsit, Rebecca Sage Allen, Roger Bart, Aaron Carter, Dan Castellaneta

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Alaine - wrote on 12/12/2011

I was going to re-watch Marty, but watched this instead. What a surprise to hear Marty mentioned throughout the film. It was basically Marty, but with some humor. Definitely not the caliber of Marty. Some quirky characters and only a little "what do you want to do tonight?" Not as satisfying an ending as Marty, either. The question of why would anyone do a remake of Marty was put in this. Good question.

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hst - wrote on 02/13/2009

I really like Jeff Garlin in Curb Your Enthusiasm or even his short appearances in Arrested Development, but maybe that was the problem, cause I was expecting something else. I think the film wasn't funny at all, but maybe I was just expecting something more Curb Your Enthusiasm-ish. Also, that "big guy who can't find a girl"-thing is getting kinda old, and none the less I like Jeff Garlin, his acting skills seem pretty limited.

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A Good-Hearted Comedy

Franz Patrick - wrote on 08/03/2008

This is a really short full feature film but it was really enjoyable. Pretty much each scene has something funny about it because it's raw and honest. The movie comments on pretty much everything: the hypocrisy between the way people think and the way people act, the showbiz industry, relationships, and family. The pace is very brisk so it was never boring. Sarah Silverman is a bowl of sunshine. Every time she's on screen, I have this silly smile on my face because I constantly anticipate for her to say or do something funny. And she delivers. Unfortunately, what prevents this movie from becoming great is that it could feel a little choppy. Choppy in a way that it feels more like it belongs on television than in the cinema. With better flow, even if it means adding an extra ten or …

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