Forgetting Sarah Marshall

RB2 – Forgetting Sarah Marshall

Reels, Booze & Bro’s aka RB2 reviews Forgetting Sarah Marshall with your hosts Jay, Brian along with Reel Bro Fans Shane and Kevin.  We invite a huge Reel Bro fan, Scott, to join us on this hysterical movie review.  Tune in for the laughs, Dracula musical, and the booze we drink.

Forgetting Sarah Marshall: A Hilarious Tale of Love, Heartbreak, and Hawaii

Forgetting Sarah Marshall is a romantic comedy that tells the story of Peter Bretter, a struggling musician who is devastated when his girlfriend, Sarah Marshall, breaks up with him. To make matters worse, Peter discovers that Sarah is now dating a successful rockstar, Aldous Snow. In an attempt to escape his troubles, Peter decides to take a vacation to Hawaii, only to find that Sarah and Aldous are staying at the same resort.

From Heartbreak to Healing

What follows is a hilarious and heartwarming tale of love, heartbreak, and healing. Peter finds himself torn between his lingering feelings for Sarah and his growing attraction to the resort’s charming receptionist, Rachel. As he navigates his way through this romantic dilemma, Peter learns important lessons about self-discovery, forgiveness, and the true meaning of love.

A Perfect Ensemble of Talent

The cast of Forgetting Sarah Marshall is one of the film’s greatest strengths. Jason Segel, who also wrote the screenplay, shines in the lead role of Peter Bretter, delivering a performance that is both hilarious and touching. Kristen Bell is equally impressive as Sarah Marshall, perfectly capturing the character’s complex mix of vulnerability and aloofness. The supporting cast, including Mila Kunis, Russell Brand, and Jonah Hill, also deliver standout performances that add depth and humor to the film.

Hawaii: A Beautiful Backdrop for a Hilarious Story

In addition to its talented cast and engaging plot, Forgetting Sarah Marshall is also notable for its stunning setting. The film was shot on location in Hawaii, and the beautiful beaches, lush landscapes, and vibrant culture of the islands provide a perfect backdrop for the story. The film’s soundtrack, which features Hawaiian music and classic rock tunes, also adds to the laid-back, island vibe of the movie.

Overall, Forgetting Sarah Marshall is a must-watch for anyone who loves romantic comedies or is in need of a good laugh. With its relatable characters, witty humor, and beautiful setting, the film is a perfect escape from the stresses of daily life. So, grab some popcorn, settle in, and get ready to laugh, cry, and fall in love with Forgetting Sarah Marshall. But just a warning, you might also end up falling in love with Jason Segel.

Booze we had for the podcast

  • Style: Sour
  • ABV: 5.2%
  • From: Last Wave Brewing Co.
  • Style: Stout – Milk/Sweet
  • ABV: 9.8%
  • From: Icarus Brewing