|Steve Carell's BIG, HORRIBLE PERSON HEAD.|
Oh, I reallyreallyREALLY liked this movie. It's supersweet and funny. But I must warn you, I teared up several times... so, it will make you a little sad in parts. And it will make you a little mad in parts, too. Actually, maybe a lot mad in parts. You will never think of Steve Carell the same way again, because in this movie his character is a HORRIBLE PERSON. Like, in the first 4 minutes of the movie I wanted to throw the Oreo cookies I was snacking on at the image of his BIG, HORRIBLE PERSON HEAD on my TV. Even still, like I said, I reallyreallyREALLY liked this movie. It's a movie about things like choices and kindness and kindred spirits, and it's a quiet reminder that while the world is populated with supercreeps, there are also nonsupercreeps out there. There's also lots of really awesome cheesy music from the 70s, 80s, and 90s. In fact, when exactly the story is supposed to be taking place creates an ambiguous-mishmash-of-decades sort of feeling. I suspect that's purposeful; that it's a way of saying: "This story takes place in present day. And it took place in the 90s. And in the 80s and 70s. And prolly the caveman days, too."
Anyways, Here's a scene with Sam Rockwell and that guy from Community: