Overall Rank: 1069
Average Rating: 2.9/4
# of Ratings: 337
Theatrical Release Date: 03/20/2009
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 08/11/2009
MPAA Rating: R
Director: John Hamburg
Actors: Paul Rudd, Jon Favreau, Jason Segel, Jaime Pressly, Lou Ferrigno, Rashida Jones
Plot: Peter Klaven has just been engaged to Zooey, the woman of his dreams, but finds out that he has no male friends close enough to be his best man. After a series of bizarre man-dates he finds his perfect best bud in the form of Sydney Fife. As the two bond, his relationship with Zooey deteriorates until he if forced to choose between his new best friend and his would-be wife.
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Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 06/25/2019
"I Love You, Man" is a fresh and funny take on overused buddy/romantic comedy formulas.
FSUNoles27TS - wrote on 12/05/2012
This movie was good and had two of my favorite actors in Rudd and Segel. It wasn't a great comedy but still a fun movie to watch.
morningdarkness - wrote on 02/24/2011
One of the funniest movies I have seen.
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Daniel Corleone - wrote on 11/26/2011
A real estate agent named Peter Klaven (Paul Rudd) proposes to his 8th month girlfriend Zooey (Rashida Jones). Peter is trying to sell Lou Ferrigno's mansion and meets Sydney Fife (Jason Segel), an investor. The screenplay was really humorous without being forced. It was hilarious without being too disgusting or coy, especially the "kissing" man date and vomit scenes. Casting Jon Favreau as Barry McLean and familiar personalities in the cameos were an excellent addition. Only reservations I had in giving this flick a perfect score is the lack of character build-up for Zooey, the lousy character of Tevin Downey, lack of Ferrigno's presence in terms of comedy and better female roles. The extra features were a real treat, the making, deleted scenes, extras and many more. I Love You, …
Freddie - wrote on 12/03/2009
This is probably one of the most awkward movies that I have ever seen. I understand that the humor behind this was based on the fact that the relationship between Rudd and Segel was being treated as though it was a relationship between a man and a woman; however, this just didn't feel right. It did have some funny moments and some great lines, but when I have to cover my face with a pillow for 90% of the movie then there's a problem.
Segel was great, despite all of the awkwardness. He actually balanced out the weirdness by maintaining some suave. Paul Rudd reminded of Steve Carrel in the 40-Year Old Virgin. While the awkwardness in 40-Year Old Virgin was fitting, here it was not. Rudd went from being a seemingly normal guy to all of a sudden becoming an awkward 15 year old child who …
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