Aaron Green Jonah Hill has just landed his dream job in the record industry, and he's eager to prove his worth. Like in Sarah Marshall, the Snow character and everyone around him curses up a storm and acts like a substance-abusing narcissist who only thinks of partying and having sex. About to embark on a flight to Los Angeles, Aldous forces Aaron to smuggle heroin in his rectum. The film notes late in the going that Snow's self-appointed rock messiah is intelligent, and it's a small ignorable moment that speaks to the subtle bits of originality in the film's script and in Brand's performance: he's a pompous idiotic waster in true rock fashion, but there's a cruel, manipulative intelligence underneath it all that helps the whole film feel fresh and funny, even if it's going over well-trod Spinal Tap ground. The film also stars , , , and.
In London, things aren't much better: Aldous delays their departure several times, plies Aaron with vices, and alternates between bad behavior and trenchant observations. Aaron suggests he visit him after the show; instead Aldous insists they go to Las Vegas to see Jonathan. Jonathan makes the trip worse by agreeing that Aaron is having a heart attack while Aldous attempts to calm Aaron down, primarily by the comforting sensation of stroking the furry walls of the hotel suite. Aldous attempts to help Aaron by giving him an adrenaline shot and they run out of the hotel, chased by Sergio, who is hit by a car but comes out unharmed. There is lots and lots of strong language nearly every scene has an F-bomb in it , drinking to excess vomit included , smoking marijuana, smuggling heroine, and having or talking about sex including a woman-on-man rape scene played for laughs , threesomes, and venereal diseases.
They argue and apparently break up. When celebrities' lifestyles are poked fun at, is it the stars themselves being lampooned or the? There's a depth to Hill's performance in this film and in Forgetting Sarah Marshall as well that's actually special. Archived from on July 12, 2008. Jackie Q is the love of Aldous' life, and he'll do anything and everything to win her heart. Aaron rushes to the hotel, and attempts to coax Aldous down from the roof.
Aaron's sure this ends their relationship. Daphne informs Aaron that she has received a job offer in Seattle and that they are moving there. The discovery of the film, though, is Jonah Hill as Aaron Green, the spectacular punching bag at the heart of a film that mercilessly visits every kind of humiliation and degradation on him. Disgraced since his last album, African Child, flopped and his marriage to singer Jackie Q fell apart, Snow agrees, and Aaron is sent on a 72-hour mission to fetch him in London and bring him to the States for a promotional tour culminating in the big concert. Hastiado de acumular dinero y de que nadie le lleve la contraria, intenta encontrarle un sentido a la vida. Aaron arrives just in time to stop Aldous from jumping.
While filming in , Brand was pushed into a fountain by a passerby. Before he departs, Aaron is warned by his boss Sergio Roma Sean Combs to never let Aldous out of his sight, and never underestimate his capacity for mayhem. Archived from on July 31, 2009. While Brand was backstage at the preparing to present the , he approached , , and about filming cameos for Get Him to the Greek. Can Aaron moderate Aldous's substance abuse and get him to the Greek? In an interview, Aldous' girlfriend, Jackie Q , drunkenly declares they have a boring life.
Aldous and Aaron flee to Los Angeles, where Aaron convinces Aldous to visit Jackie Q. Aldous needs Aaron to help him see what a gift his talent is, and that he needs to stop his self-destructive tendencies and return to his musical roots. What's missing from his life? Aldous is locked in the midst of an existential crisis, and rues the thought of being accompanied across the pond by an insincere sycophant. Upon their arrival, Sergio offers Aaron drugs to give to Aldous so he will not cancel the concert. That day, Aaron's girlfriend Daphne tells him she wants to finish her medical residency in Seattle.
Daphne calls Aaron to apologize for the fight, only to learn that Aaron believes that they are broken up. Aaron, tired of Sergio's abuse, quits on the spot. They're selfish, narcissistic, and make self-destructive decisions until the very end of the movie. . Aaron suggests he visit him after the show; instead, Aldous insists they go to to see Jonathan. Sean Combs' record exec character plays bad guy by day, but one scene shows him as a devoted family man he really is. Apatow's comedy disciples are a talented bunch, and director and producer Jason Segel made a brilliant decision to spinoff Aldous Snow and Jonah Hill although he doesn't play the same character for this hilarious and surprisingly poignant buddy comedy.
Storyline: English rock star Aldous Snow relapses into drugs and booze after a break up and a disastrous record. Jonathan agrees Aaron is having a heart attack, while Aldous attempts to calm Aaron down. For parents and teens nearly old enough to vote who enjoy Apatow's school of comedy, this is a laugh-aloud pick. Although there is not as much full-blown nudity as in other hard-R movies, there are lots of discussions about sex and scenes that show semi-clothed couples having raucous, exaggerated sex -- on bathroom toilets, couches, and beds. Meanwhile, Aaron goes to his home to apologize to Daphne. Brand, though, limns the edges of his chaos with occasional moments of human frailty.