This was such a sweet movie. We all know I love Jason Segel, but I’m a big Emily Blunt fan too, so this was kind of a no-brainer.
The premise seems a little ridiculous, and the movie does get lost at times during the five year setting. Tom (Segel) proposes to Violet (Blunt) right at the beginning, and the entire movie follows them on their way to the altar, but things keep getting in the way. Surprisingly enough, neither of them are that stressed out about putting the wedding on hold as their lives and goals intervene.
Tom turns down a promotion in order to follow Violet to pursue her career goals, grad school for psychology. While he has to take a job at a sandwich shop, she actually does really well with her academics. It seems like throughout the movie, they’re in two different places–when one of them succeeds, the other gets thrown under the bus.
Their relationship appears solid, but as the delays continue, temptation calls, and they become more and more resentful of each other as the movie goes on.
While there are some real life issues, bosses and coworkers hitting on them, deciding where to live, how to approach married life and their careers, they also get a little comic relief from their friends, Alex and Suzie, who accidentally got pregnant and decided to get married. While they seem like the ones who screwed up and did everything the wrong way, their lives actually turned out pretty great, and though it takes five years, Tom and Violet realize that there is such a thing as TOO MUCH planning because things don’t often work out the way you planned.
I will say that Alison Brie (aka Trudy Campbell on Mad Men and Annie on Community) is a true savior in this film. She’s so ridiculously flighty, and her fake British accent is brilliant, that it really makes her stand out as a favorite, even though she doesn’t actually have that much screentime. Her and Emily Blunt’s Sesame Street voices are priceless.
While it’s neither Jason or Emily’s best work, it’s a fun, sweet rom-com, thoroughly enjoyable for what it is.
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