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Genre Comedy
Running Time 109 min
Release Date Jun 4, 2010
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Get Him to the Greek

Aaron Greenberg gets things done. The ambitious 23-year-old has exaggerated his way into a dream job just in time for a career-making assignment. His mission: Fly to London and escort a rock god to L.A.'s Greek Theatre for the first-stop on a $100-million tour. His warning: Turn your back on him at your own peril. British rocker Aldous Snow is both a brilliant musician and walking sex. Weary of yes men and piles of money, the former front man is searching for the meaning of life. He may have to coax,… Show more

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Jul 01, 2010 - aquanet on Get Him to the Greek
Some people just don't get it.

Have read some of the other viewers reviews I wonder if:
1. they got the joke.
2. have a sense of humor.

I found this movie very funny, light hearted and a good escape from movies like The A-team and other movies that should have been left as comic books,tv shows or video games.

Johna Hill plays a good hearted record company employee, who has been given the assignment to get his idol, Allton Snow, (Russell Brand) from England to he Greek Theater in LA for his comback performance.
It becomes sort of a dysfunctional buddy movie.
We found ourselves laughing out loud, and it was nice to go to a comendy where you haven't see all the funny moments in the commercials or previews. PS- thankfully this is a rare comedy that doesn't have Will Farrel, Ben Stiller or Adam Sandler in it.
This isn't going to change the world, but its a funny escape when you want something other than explosions and gun fire.

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Jun 25, 2010 - MassachusettsMike on Get Him to the Greek
"Get Yourself to Another Movie"

...or read a book instead. Darn it, I knew it looked bad, but I went anyway! There are a few funny parts, but it's not really a movie.

Russell Brand's character alternates between obnoxious and sympathetic so often that you can't tell which is authentic...the former?...the latter? Toward the end of the movie, when Jonah Hill's character calls him out on this, you don't really care.

"A-Team" was way better, and that's saying something!

Not worth catching in theaters. Maybe watch it on cable this winter, if you're confined to bed rest and the soccer channel is your only alternative.

Actually, I'd go with the book option...

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