Forgetting Sarah Marshall is a cheesy, yet irresistibly funny and maybe one of the best comedies of the year. FSM takes us through heartbreak and beyond, all while catching you off guard with the adult humor and relational situations that come up in this movie. The humor is definitely mature in nature, but I haven’t laughed this hard in awhile and I think this movie is better than the previous venture of Knocked Up. Don’t eat popcorn during this movie or you might find yourself cleaning it up or blowing it out of your nose. 3½ paws
The humor in Forgetting Sarah Marshall is VERY mature in nature; there is also full frontal male nudity and quite a bit of sexual innuendo. Now that you have been warned, this is another comedy following after it’s predecessors like, 40 Year Old Virgin and Knocked Up, the only difference is this isn’t about teenagers; it is about adult situations with adult characters that are actually portraying their age. I didn’t enjoy this movie as much as Keith did, but there are quite a few laugh out loud moments like when the kid from Superbad tries to impersonate a British rock singers accent and how the film pokes fun at the crime scene TV show that Sarah Marshall stars in. My favorite part of the movie was toward the end when the movie turns to a sweeter, more of a chick flick loving side and we get our happy ending. 3 paws!