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When Gino (Ben Schwartz) is sitting in the car while Will (Glenn Howerton) and Chad (Steve Little) are robbing Coffee Town, on his phone he's watching the opening sequence for a College Humor video. College Humor are the Production Company that produced this movie. See more »
Listen, when she's done ordering she's going to be standing right there, totally bored. That's when you go up and you ask her out.
Okay okay, that sounds doable.
[watches Becca standing in line]
Don't stare at her now, you look like a serial killer.
[looks back at Gino]
And don't look in my eyes, why would you do that? That's so weird.
Well what am I supposed to do?
What you normally do. Look at your computer.
[Will looks down at closed laptop]
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A couple of reviews compared this movie to other Director's efforts and I will add one more. This movie reminded me of Josh Radnor's movies and with the narration of his "How I met your Mother" show. The lead is a likable flawed character with an assortment of odd friends and a delightful antagonist played by Josh Groban. Like "Mother" they all come together in the local watering hole, in this case, coffee shop. You add in the romantic love interest played by "Friday Night's Light" alumni Palicki and you have a nice chemistry that could probably fuel its own series. Very little toilet humor, no drugs or other such staples of your average comedy movie these days. If you like "New Girl"'s Jake Johnson, don't blink or you will miss him.
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