Thursday, September 1, 2011

Movie review : Our Idiot Brother - 2011

Posted by Muarif 6:38 PM, under | No comments

This film is so nice. His hero is so sweet. Her sisters considered him an idiot. Her sisters are so correct. He is an idiot in that he did not lie or cheat. It does not calculate the chances to get away from things. He trusted people. He always tells the truth. There was not a study showing that human society would collapse if we do not lie?

Ned (Paul Rudd) is a kind of saint. He has a joyful smile, wish you the best and not rancor. He also does not hold good jobs. It reminds me a little 'Harold Skimpole, a character from Dickens, who will never understand how much money has worked, or because it does not matter if you had nothing. When we meet Ned, who sells organic vegetables in the farmer's market, a little 'less than a secondary activity-the-counter herbicides. And when the police in uniform, says he has a bad day, and think that maybe something to sell, she slips a $ 20 bag of his rhubarb. Police in uniform.

After burst, Ned is released from prison early (he became a model prisoner for four consecutive months). He returned to the farm, he worked with his girlfriend (Kathryn Hahn), discovers she has a new boyfriend, and almost apologizes for the guy to turn unexpectedly. Stripped of his house, he begins to rely on the hospitality of his three sisters in their three-way, three pieces of work.

This film would not work without Paul Rudd. It is such a fine line. It must be nice, but not a fool. Sweet but not saccharine. Honest enough to cause problems, but still innocent. He not only does not lie, he never knows when he lied. When the genes were shaken his family tree, all of this kind, those who fell in his pool.

The circle through the spirit of flexible films, a list of secondary characters. Ned sisters Liz (Emily Mortimer), loving mother married to the director (Steve Coogan), Miranda (Elizabeth Banks), an ambitious writer who hopes to work for the magazine Vanity Fair, and Natalie (Zooey Deschanel), which may be a lesbian , and is certainly in love with Cindy (Rashida Jones). Their mother, Ilene, have played the legendary Shirley Knight, who is one of the few all-day wine drinkers, who can stay on to finish and never drunk. Needless to say, I suppose, that the character of Steve Coogan is a mouse, his characters are usually. But Cindy is a lesbian, free lesbian tired of every cliché in comedies, and hesitate to plots with Ned back to the property of Willie Nelson, my beloved dog.

I know someone like Ned. She is a woman. It has a supernatural gift to make a statement, seems confused when silence falls into place, and said, "Uh-oh. I thought everyone knew." Down, it seems that his sensational honestas to be blessed. It seems to cause damage and consternation, but the work of the manuscript, usually, it ends well, but by accident.

It 'refreshing, this late-summer heat to find a comedy that does not hate the characters and impossible to incorporate sexual and scatological. Our Idiot Brother", directed by Jesse Peretz and written by Evgenia Peretz, David Schisgall, is so good-hearted as his hero. I saw Paul Rudd has a lot of movies, but never realized it could be just as lovely Amy Adams and Mary Steenburgen. Evgenia Peretz and Jesse were the sons of Martin Peretz, editor-in chief emeritus of the New Republic, and the other day, my friend Margo Howard was tweeting that he is known for children Peretz, because I was born, "and goes back years, always been his habit to sit on "Twitter is not encouraging detail.

The film ends with a series of improbable happy ending, which I would normally oppose. But after producing a result that reinforced the dog will be named Willie Nelson, all is forgiven.

Trailer :
Director: Jesse Peretz
Writers: David Schisgall, Evgenia Peretz
Stars: Paul Rudd, Elizabeth Banks and Zooey Deschanel


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