The movie goes soft in its final stages, but Rudd and Segel keep it real. "Sweet, sweet hangin'," says Peter of knowing Sydney. The same goes for the movie. show more
ILYM is the comedy that Rudd lovers have been waiting for since he first charmed us silly in "Clueless." It explores both the dweeby and heartthrobby sides of this guy whose crooked smile fails to mask his social anxiety. show more
It's a rare comedy that actually grows funnier on reflection. It benefits enormously from the talents of the two stars. show more
A very enjoyable comedy, yet it felt like there was something missing. It just wasn't as funny as the Judd Apatow comedies.
Rudd gives an outstanding performance. However after watching the dvd it seemed that Hamburg left some of the funniest moments out(deleted/extra scenes) Jason was good, but i believe there could of been another choice for his character. Ovrall I give it a 68 out of 100