Get Him to the Greek

Rating:5.9
Released:2010
Genres:Comedy
Crew:Director: Nicholas Stoller | Writer: Nicholas Stoller | Producer: Judd Apatow | Editor: William Kerr | Editor: Michael L. Sale | Art Direction: Erik Polczwartek | Costume Design: Leesa Evans | Executive Producer: Richard Vane | Characters: Jason Segel | Producer: Phil Eisen

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Synopsis

Pinnacle records has the perfect plan to get their sinking company back on track: a comeback concert in LA featuring Aldous Snow, a fading rockstar who has dropped off the radar in recent years. Record company intern Aaron Green is faced with the monumental task of bringing his idol, out of control rock star Aldous Snow, back to LA for his comeback show.




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Director: <strong>Nicholas Stoller</strong> | Writer: <strong>Nicholas Stoller</strong> | Producer: <strong>Judd Apatow</strong> | Editor: <strong>William Kerr</strong> | Editor: <strong>Michael L. Sale</strong> | Art Direction: <strong>Erik Polczwartek</strong> | Costume Design: <strong>Leesa Evans</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Richard Vane</strong> | Characters: <strong>Jason Segel</strong> | Producer: <strong>Phil Eisen</strong> imageDirector: <strong>Nicholas Stoller</strong> | Writer: <strong>Nicholas Stoller</strong> | Producer: <strong>Judd Apatow</strong> | Editor: <strong>William Kerr</strong> | Editor: <strong>Michael L. Sale</strong> | Art Direction: <strong>Erik Polczwartek</strong> | Costume Design: <strong>Leesa Evans</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Richard Vane</strong> | Characters: <strong>Jason Segel</strong> | Producer: <strong>Phil Eisen</strong> imageDirector: <strong>Nicholas Stoller</strong> | Writer: <strong>Nicholas Stoller</strong> | Producer: <strong>Judd Apatow</strong> | Editor: <strong>William Kerr</strong> | Editor: <strong>Michael L. Sale</strong> | Art Direction: <strong>Erik Polczwartek</strong> | Costume Design: <strong>Leesa Evans</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Richard Vane</strong> | Characters: <strong>Jason Segel</strong> | Producer: <strong>Phil Eisen</strong> imageDirector: <strong>Nicholas Stoller</strong> | Writer: <strong>Nicholas Stoller</strong> | Producer: <strong>Judd Apatow</strong> | Editor: <strong>William Kerr</strong> | Editor: <strong>Michael L. Sale</strong> | Art Direction: <strong>Erik Polczwartek</strong> | Costume Design: <strong>Leesa Evans</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Richard Vane</strong> | Characters: <strong>Jason Segel</strong> | Producer: <strong>Phil Eisen</strong> imageDirector: <strong>Nicholas Stoller</strong> | Writer: <strong>Nicholas Stoller</strong> | Producer: <strong>Judd Apatow</strong> | Editor: <strong>William Kerr</strong> | Editor: <strong>Michael L. Sale</strong> | Art Direction: <strong>Erik Polczwartek</strong> | Costume Design: <strong>Leesa Evans</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Richard Vane</strong> | Characters: <strong>Jason Segel</strong> | Producer: <strong>Phil Eisen</strong> imageDirector: <strong>Nicholas Stoller</strong> | Writer: <strong>Nicholas Stoller</strong> | Producer: <strong>Judd Apatow</strong> | Editor: <strong>William Kerr</strong> | Editor: <strong>Michael L. Sale</strong> | Art Direction: <strong>Erik Polczwartek</strong> | Costume Design: <strong>Leesa Evans</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Richard Vane</strong> | Characters: <strong>Jason Segel</strong> | Producer: <strong>Phil Eisen</strong> imageDirector: <strong>Nicholas Stoller</strong> | Writer: <strong>Nicholas Stoller</strong> | Producer: <strong>Judd Apatow</strong> | Editor: <strong>William Kerr</strong> | Editor: <strong>Michael L. Sale</strong> | Art Direction: <strong>Erik Polczwartek</strong> | Costume Design: <strong>Leesa Evans</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Richard Vane</strong> | Characters: <strong>Jason Segel</strong> | Producer: <strong>Phil Eisen</strong> imageDirector: <strong>Nicholas Stoller</strong> | Writer: <strong>Nicholas Stoller</strong> | Producer: <strong>Judd Apatow</strong> | Editor: <strong>William Kerr</strong> | Editor: <strong>Michael L. Sale</strong> | Art Direction: <strong>Erik Polczwartek</strong> | Costume Design: <strong>Leesa Evans</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Richard Vane</strong> | Characters: <strong>Jason Segel</strong> | Producer: <strong>Phil Eisen</strong> imageDirector: <strong>Nicholas Stoller</strong> | Writer: <strong>Nicholas Stoller</strong> | Producer: <strong>Judd Apatow</strong> | Editor: <strong>William Kerr</strong> | Editor: <strong>Michael L. Sale</strong> | Art Direction: <strong>Erik Polczwartek</strong> | Costume Design: <strong>Leesa Evans</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Richard Vane</strong> | Characters: <strong>Jason Segel</strong> | Producer: <strong>Phil Eisen</strong> imageDirector: <strong>Nicholas Stoller</strong> | Writer: <strong>Nicholas Stoller</strong> | Producer: <strong>Judd Apatow</strong> | Editor: <strong>William Kerr</strong> | Editor: <strong>Michael L. Sale</strong> | Art Direction: <strong>Erik Polczwartek</strong> | Costume Design: <strong>Leesa Evans</strong> | Executive Producer: <strong>Richard Vane</strong> | Characters: <strong>Jason Segel</strong> | Producer: <strong>Phil Eisen</strong> image


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Andres Gomez

Russell Brand gives a good performance. Everything else is quite forgettable.


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