Jason Segel and his Hollywood friends had quite a difficult task in front of them. How do you take a franchise that’s both beloved and woefully outdated and make it compelling for audiences both old and new? And make it not suck?
I love foreign films. When I see them I always think “Why can’t Americans make quirky movies with unusual locations, believable yet unique characters, with comedy and pathos starring big time Hollywood actors?” And then someone does, and I still don’t like it. Is it me?