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  • I love You, Man is the story of a bromance

    • by C Mac
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      I love You, Man is the story of a “bromance. ” It features Paul Rudd as Peter, a man on the verge of getting married, but who has no real close male friends to be his best man, and Jason Segel as Sydney Fife, an investor, who happens to be much more relaxed and free-spirited then the uptight Peter.

      The way the


      two men meet is odd.

      Peter is having an open house for Lou Ferrigno where he meets Sydney who is not actually there to look at the house, but tells Peter that he regularly attends the high-priced open houses to take advantage of lavish food tables.

      >From then on the two men become friends and find out that they have a ...


      • lot of fun together.

        They play music in Sydney’s Man Cave, they go out for fish tacos, and even take walks along the beach, where a funny scene develops involving Sydney’s dog.

        All of this male bonding leads to a strain between Peter and his fiancee and this eventually causes a fight between Peter and Sydney.

        There are a lot of

        odd characters in this movie, such as Peter’s boisterous coworker who advertises in mens’ bathrooms, his very masculine gay brother, and more.

        You will find yourself laughing quite frequently through this movie.

        In the end the viewer is not sure whether or not Sydney will actually attend the wedding of his new best friend.

        You’ll have to watch to see what happens.




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