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I Love You, Man

Rated R for pervasive language, including crude and sexual references.

R In Theaters 03/20/2009 , 110min.
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Critic score based on 34 reviews

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June 06, 2011
so funny....
September 17, 2010
A very enjoyable comedy, yet it felt like there was something missing. It just wasn't as funny as the Judd Apatow comedies.
July 18, 2010
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
September 04, 2009
IT WAS ONE OF THE FUNNIEST MOVIES IVE SEEN!!!! from his awkward comments and hilarious random phrases it will have you laughing hysterically!!!!!
July 30, 2009
Guys are allowed--and even welcome--to laugh at themselves during this movie. I didn't stop laughing for the whole two hours. Paul Rudd displays a range of acting that certainly surprised me. I mean, I know he is a good actor, but the many layers of complexity here are quite impressive. Can't wait until August 11 when the DVD comes out.

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The Hollywood Reporter
It's a rare comedy that actually grows funnier on reflection. It benefits enormously from the talents of the two stars. Full Review
Ann Hornaday
Washington Post
After delivering scene-stealing turns in "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" and "Knocked Up" Rudd claims the much-deserved spotlight in I Love You, Man, which in its own endearing way tweaks the very same male-bonding pieties that those movies made a fortune celebrating. Full Review
Betsy Sharkey
Los Angeles Times
Could have taken a more relevant, insightful and even funnier cut at a very rich topic. But the filmmakers didn't; they went with dog poo instead. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
There are ribald jokes and gross-out episodes, but the movie works because everything hinges on the camaraderie and undeniable chemistry between Rudd and Segel. Full Review
Dana Stevens
Despite the movie's many flaws, the two leads' genuine rapport is enough to give the audience a solid contact high. Full Review

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