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The Five-Year Engagement Review Video

Watch, Pass, or Rent Video Movie Review: The Five-Year Engagement

Jason Segel and Emily Blunt play a betrothed couple in this weekend's The Five-Year Engagement, but if you're on the fence about whether to see the romantic comedy, check out my video review. I'll tell you whether you should watch, pass, or rent this one.

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reesiecup reesiecup 5 years
It's true that it's not as lighthearted as it would seem. I thought it was much less of a downer than Bridesmaids and I found it funnier than Knocked Up. Emily Blunt has a knack for comedy and the supporting cast was fantastic. I would definitely recommend at least renting if not watching it in theaters.
reesiecup reesiecup 5 years
It's true that it's not as lighthearted as it would seem. I thought it was much less of a downer than Bridesmaids though and I found it much funnier than Knocked Up. The chemistry between Blunt and Segel was great and the supporting cast was fantastic. I would definitely recommend at least renting or consider watching it in theaters. 
Assistant-Community-Manager Assistant-Community-Manager 5 years
Surprised to hear it is kind of a downer- glad I watched this before shelling out the cash!
Lauren-Turner Lauren-Turner 5 years
After not listening to this and spending $10 to see it in the theaters I have to agree. total rental
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