The Five-Year Engagement – 2012 Director Nicholas Stoller Starring Emily Blunt, Jason Segel, Chris Pratt, Alison Brie, Rhys Ifans, Mindy Kaling Screenplay Stoller and Segel Statements: The questions are meant to be read […]
The Five-Year Engagement – 2012
Director Nicholas Stoller
Starring Emily Blunt, Jason Segel, Chris Pratt, Alison Brie, Rhys Ifans, Mindy Kaling
Screenplay Stoller and Segel
- The questions are meant to be read while watching the film.
- One really should watch this film.
- Why is it that obscure Van Morrison songs show up in hip romantic comedies?
- Has anyone ever actually heard his song “Sweet Thing” at a new year’s party, even in the early ’70’s?
- Has anyone ever had an engagement party where everyone got up and spoke about the couple?
- Does being a romantic leading man require one to have a goofy sidekick with “quite the reputation.”
- Does every romantic leading lady have a stuffy sidekick who will end up with the goofy sidekick?
- How many weddings have taken place on 9/11 since 2001?
- Who can afford to get live in San Francisco on $18.50 an hour?
- Who can afford to get married in San Francisco, period?
- Who taught the slob to be such a great romantic singer?
- Does every college professor have to be a douche bag?
- Why isn’t Mindy Kaling in every romantic comedy?
- Have you seen the movie Ratatouille?
- Must everyone jump in the snow?
- In a lesser movie, would they actually make snow angels?
- What percentage of clichés do we avoid by watching movies involving Judd Apatow and his friends?
- What percentage of the female students at the University of Michigan are named Ashley?
- What percentage of the men are named Zach?
- Can one get fresh clams anywhere in Michigan?
- Do the Great Lakes have clams?
- What is the earliest acceptable time to drink beer while bow hunting?
- Has there ever been a female romantic lead shot with a cross-bow?
- Are there really such things as wedding delayed cards?
- What did Ming do to Vaneetha?
- Is Vaneetha’s “friend” a girl or a boy?
- Why do bakers get up so early for work?
- How could one kiss someone with a lamb chop moustache?
- Is it possible to eat one’s own vomit?
- Is that what “I don’t read Korean” looks like?
- Is “He was drunk” ever an acceptable excuse?
- Does the question, “Is this gonna happen?” ever work in bed?
- Can men really fake it, too?
- Does the phrase “I’m an alcoholic” really merit applause at a rehearsal dinner?
- Either way, it really works as a speech ender.
- Has anyone ever wanted to do it in the presence of food?
- Does Segel have it written in his contract that he must do more nudity with each successive non-Muppet film?
- What does a college student live on if their roommate moves out?
- Oh, wait, I forgot that the college professor was a douche.
- Is it possible to sleep in that position?
- Does having a missing toe really affect one’s balance?
- Who wouldn’t hug a guy whose been all over the world having tacos?
- Is North Dakota really the worst place on earth, or just North America?
- Is there anything Mindy Kaling can’t make funny?
- Is it too much to NOT have the douche bag professor spill the beans?
- Is saying “Jesus, Dad” blasphemy if your parents are Jewish?
- How does one reconstruct the vagina?
- Is there something meaner to say than you feel like you are going to die when your bf is in the missionary with you?
- Was there a more handsome pop duo than Wham, in the “Everything She Wants” era?
- Is there such a thing as “a right cookie?”
- Do you remember the day we first met?
- Do you think you could spare the time to get some Van Morrison for your iPod?
- How is it everyone someone met in the space of one movie can attend a meeting in San Francisco at the drop of a hat, even if they make no money?
- Could this film be any longer?
- Do you think Emily Blunt and Jason Segel are dreamy?
- Me neither. But they are pretty funny.
(***1/2 out *****)