I Love You, Man
Source: Catholic News Service
A socially awkward Los Angeles realty agent (Paul Rudd) becomes engaged to his live-in girlfriend (Rashida Jones) but lacks a male friend close enough to be his best man until a chance meeting with a crudely uninhibited slacker (Jason Segal) leads to almost obsessive bonding. A morally positive wrap-up and Rudd's gift for delivering creatively contorted wordplay fail to prevent director John Hamburg's buddy comedy, which also features Andy Samberg as the realtor's gay brother, from foundering in blue language, tasteless jokes and indiscriminate sexual values. Premarital cohabitation, a promiscuous gay character, much sexual and some gross-out humor, pervasive rough and crude language, and at least one profanity. The USCCB Office for Film & Broadcasting classification is O—morally offensive. The Motion Picture Association of America rating is R—restricted; under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian.
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