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They Came Together -- When Joel land Molly meet, it's hate at first sight: his big Corporate Candy Company threatens to shut down her quirky indie shop. Plus, Joel is hung up on his sexy ex. But amazingly, they fall in love, until they break up about two thirds of the way through, and Molly starts dating her accountant. But then right at the end...well you'll just have to see. (Hint: Joel makes a big speech and they get back together.)

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Director:
Writers (WGA):
Michael Showalter (written by) &
David Wain (written by)
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Release Date:
5 September 2014 (Ireland) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
He came...She came...They both came.
Plot:
A small business owner is about to lose her shop to a major corporate development. | Add synopsis »
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Why did I laugh? See more (85 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Paul Rudd ... Joel

Amy Poehler ... Molly

Bill Hader ... Kyle

Ellie Kemper ... Karen

Cobie Smulders ... Tiffany

Noureen DeWulf ... Melanie

Jason Mantzoukas ... Bob

Michael Ian Black ... Trevor

Michaela Watkins ... Habermeyer

Randall Park ... Martinson

Christopher Meloni ... Roland

Teyonah Parris ... Wanda

Ed Helms ... Eggbert

David Wain ... Keith

Jack McBrayer ... Oliver

Kenan Thompson ... Teddy

Ken Marino ... Tommy
John Rue ... Bartender

Max Greenfield ... Jake

Melanie Lynskey ... Brenda

Erinn Hayes ... Valerie
Aidan Koehler ... Barista

Zandy Hartig ... Katherine

Skylar Gaertner ... Tucker

Zak Orth ... Waiter with Pole

Norah Jones ... Herself

Adam Scott ... Sound Engineer

John Stamos ... Assistant Engineer

Maureen Mueller ... Pam

Michael Murphy ... Roger

Alberto Vazquez ... Mexican Waiter

Lynn Cohen ... Bubby

Jeffrey Dean Morgan ... Frank

Michael Shannon ... Spike

Gameela Wright ... Police Officer

Judy Sheindlin ... Herself (as Judge Judy Sheindlin)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Scott David Reeves ... Wedding Planner

Dan Adams ... Groomsman (uncredited)

John Ahrens ... John Dickricker (uncredited)

Marc Bicking ... CSR Executive (uncredited)

Carla Brandberg ... Female Construction Worker (uncredited)

Francis Dumaurier ... Baker (uncredited)
Jason DarkChocolate Dyer ... Teen Reader (uncredited)

John Farrer ... Priest (uncredited)

D'Arcy Fellona ... Workout Video Host (uncredited)

Alex Hartman ... 80's Dancer Party Guest (uncredited)

Takako Haywood ... CSR Employee (uncredited)
Tracie Jules ... CSR Executive (uncredited)
Nicole Neuman ... Wedding Guest (uncredited)

Jesse Newman ... Pedestrian (uncredited)

Chris Nuñez ... Mexican Waiter (uncredited)
Jessica Perez ... Hot Girl (uncredited)

Jayme Ratzer ... Jean (uncredited)

Kara Rosella ... Party Guest (uncredited)

Barbara Vincent ... Football Player (uncredited)
Craig Wedren ... Saxophone Player (uncredited)

Justin Wheelon ... Adam (uncredited)

Elizabeth Wood ... Model (uncredited)

Directed by
David Wain 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Michael Showalter (written by) &
David Wain (written by)

Produced by
Lilly Burns .... associate producer
Tony Hernandez .... executive producer
Matthew Kaplan .... executive producer
Matthew Kaplan .... production executive
Robyn Marshall .... associate producer
Peter Principato .... executive producer
Michael Showalter .... producer
David Wain .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Matt Novack 
Craig Wedren 
 
Cinematography by
Tom Houghton 
 
Film Editing by
Jamie Gross 
 
Casting by
Beth Bowling 
Kim Miscia 
 
Production Design by
Mark White 
 
Art Direction by
Anastasia White 
 
Set Decoration by
Theo Sena 
 
Costume Design by
Dana Covarrubias 
 
Makeup Department
Heather Ford .... makeup department head: second unit, Los Angeles
Ashley Fox .... makeup department head
Lindsay Garrison .... key makeup artist: second unit, Los Angeles
Handri Gunawan .... hair stylist
Liz Lash .... makeup artist
Barry Lee Moe .... hair stylist
Carla L. Muniz .... key hair stylist
Debbie Peiser .... co-key hairstylist
Debbie Peiser .... hair stylist
Bridget Ritzinger .... department head hairstylist (as Bridget E. Ritzinger)
Michele Rutter .... hair stylist
 
Production Management
Marc Bienstock .... production executive
Karl Frankenfield .... production supervisor: second unit
Ryan McCormick .... unit production manager
Mark W. McCoy .... post-production supervisor (as Mark McCoy)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Lyda Blank .... first assistant director
Maximillian D. Day .... first assistant director (additional photography: Los Angeles)
Scott Duskin .... second second assistant director
Mikki Ziska .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Jamie Arbuckle .... on-set dresser
Jenna Craig .... On Set Dresser Second Unit: Los Angeles
Alyssa DiMari .... art department intern
Vincent Fellegara .... set dresser
Emily Gaunt .... scenic artist
Howard Kang .... set dec pa
Johnny Kompar .... props production assistant
Jessica Petruccelli .... assistant property master
Darren Sharkey .... set dresser
Avital Siegel .... intern art department
Melissa Elizabeth Stewart .... set dresser
Charlotte Taylor .... art department production assistant
John Udell .... property master
 
Sound Department
Lee Ascher .... sound mixer: Los Angeles
Jean-Michel Beranger .... french dubbing mixer
Benjamin Berger .... additional boom operator
Mark Filip .... sound editor
Mark Filip .... sound effects editor
Chris Fondulas .... boom operator (as Christopher Fondulas)
Sean Garnhart .... re-recording mixer (as Sean 'The Squack' Garnhart)
Sean Garnhart .... sound designer (as Sean 'The Squack' Garnhart)
Sean Garnhart .... supervising sound editor (as Sean 'The Squack' Garnhart)
Gavin Hecker .... foley engineer
Tim Hoagland .... re-recording mix technician
Rob L. Hubbard .... sound mixer (pickups)
Bill Orrico .... supervising dialogue & adr editor (as Billy Orrico)
Jay Peck .... foley artist
Griffin Richardson .... sound mixer
Daniel Timmons .... assistant re-recording mixer
Steven Visscher .... supervising foley editor
Tony Volante .... additional sound re-recording mixer
James Wright .... dolby sound consultant
 
Special Effects by
Drew Jiritano .... special effects coordinator
 
Visual Effects by
Liz DeCamp .... visual effects coordinator
Eric Epstein .... visual effects artist
Chris Ervine .... visual effects supervisor
Alexander Friedman .... visual effects compositor (as Alex 'Muffins' Friedman)
Daniel Spenser Levine .... digital matte painter (as Dan Spenser Levine)
Gina Sansom .... visual effects coordinator
Gavin Shapiro .... compositor
 
Stunts
Nikki Brower .... stunts
Scott Burik .... stunt coordinator
Christopher Place .... assistant stunt coordinator (as Chris Place)
Stephen A. Pope .... stunt coordinator (as Stephen Pope)
Laurie Singer .... stunt double: Amy Poehler
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Jonathan Beck .... camera operator: "b" camera
Rod Calarco .... camera operator: "a" camera
Rod Calarco .... steadicam operator
Tom Cherry .... first assistant camera: Los Angeles
Marco Fargnoli .... director of photography: los angeles
James J. Ferris .... electrician
Patrick Fontana .... gaffer
Rocky Ford .... key grip (additional photography)
Danny Gardner .... first assistant camera: "b" camera: Los Angeles
Abi Iverson .... electrician
Craig Jennette .... first assistant camera: "a" camera: los angeles
J. Antonio Jimenez .... grip
Chris Kovalski .... best boy grip (additional photography)
Greg W. Locke .... second assistant camera
Aaron Marquette .... camera operator: "b" camera: los angeles
Lawrence Montemayor .... second assistant camera: Los Angeles
Doug Oh .... camera operator: "a" camera: los angeles
James Strosahl .... digital imaging technician
Brandon Sumner .... jib operator
JoJo Whilden .... still photographer
 
Casting Department
Brittany Gischner .... extras casting director
Michael Rios .... casting assistant
Courtney Shea .... extras casting assistant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Melissa Lawson .... production assistant
Marina Lelchuk .... additional wardrobe supervisor
Christina Nickas .... costume assistant
Lucia Shapiro .... set costumer
Amy L. Teets .... costumer
Sloane True .... costume production assistant
Mikaela Wohl .... assistant costume designer
 
Editorial Department
Allie Ames .... digital intermediate editor
Jeff Cornell .... digital intermediate editor
Sam Daley .... colorist
David Egan .... first assistant editor
Matthew Freund .... additional editor
Eric Van Dyn Hoven .... post-production assistant
Jeff Huston .... digital intermediate producer
Adam Moore .... colorist: dailies
Benjamin Murray .... supervising conforming editor
Geoffrey O'Brien .... additional editor
Justin Powell .... post-production coordinator
Richie Roefaro .... digital content specialist
Kimi Rosenthal .... post-production assistant
Vincent F. Welch .... assistant editor
Jessica Brunetto .... additional editor (uncredited)
 
Location Management
Jeffrey A. Brown .... location manager
Christopher Menges .... assistant location manager
Sarah Naftalis .... location assistant
Teddy Schenck .... location scout
 
Music Department
Ernest Adzentoivich .... additional arranger
Ernest Adzentoivich .... orchestrator
Carter Armstrong .... executive in charge of film music: Lionsgate
Bo Boddie .... score mixer
Isaac Carpenter .... additional arranger
Jefferson Friedman .... additional arranger
Jefferson Friedman .... composer: additional music
Trevon Kezios .... music executive
Emily C. Kwong .... music editor
Matt Lilley .... music clearance and licensing
Karen Sidlow .... Manager, Music Business Affairs
Ryan Svendsen .... music coordinator
Nikki Triplett .... music coordinator
Lenny Wohl .... music business affairs
 
Transportation Department
Austin Dill .... driver: cast
Brian Lieberz .... transportation captain
Zechariah Metzler .... driver: cast
Joseph Mullaney .... driver: cast
 
Other crew
Will Alovis .... script supervisor: additional photography, Los Angeles
Shannon Blaney .... production assistant
Brian Blum .... production intern
Naomi Bombardi-Wilson .... production coordinator
Maggie Callis .... production assistant
Ami Cohen .... production department senior coordinator
Sussan Cordero .... production assistant
Connor Driscoll .... first assistant accountant
Bryan Foster .... production assistant
Karl Frankenfield .... stage manager
Hal Fuchsman .... staff set production assistant
Stephie Grob .... second script supervisor
Anthony J. Hanna .... additional legal services
Deborah Harpur .... production resources
Laura Hauschild .... production staff (as Laura Dziamba)
Liam Hearne .... post-production accountant
Mardi Jones .... Stand-in for Teyonah Parris/Wanda
Kirsten Kearse .... key script supervisor
Kelsie Kiley .... assistant to producers
Robert Kornhauser .... production secretary
Laura Maxfield .... assistant to the director
Robert M. Melnik .... executive vice president of business and legal affairs: Lionsgate
Curtis A. Miller .... executive director of production: Lionsgate
Katie Needle .... production office intern
Tim Palen .... Chief Marketing Officer: Lionsgate
David Albert Pierce .... additional legal services
Matt Salomon .... production assistant
Maral Satari .... production team
William Sepulveda .... key craft service
Eli Shapiro .... production intern
Tiffany Sipantzi Moore .... production staff
Donna Sloan .... executive vice president: Production, Lionsgate
Mike Sobiloff .... unit p.a.
Laura Solomon .... additional script supervisor
Constantine P. Stamos .... craft service
Eugene Stamos .... key craft service
Anne Stimac .... production resources
Philip J. Strina .... business & legal affairs: Lions Gate
Spring Sutter .... production accountant
Amanda Sutton .... post production payroll accountant
Christina Tellez .... production intern
Eva Vedock .... key craft service
Miguel A. Virola .... production assistant
Dana Wickens .... production staff
 
Thanks
Michael Bostick .... special thanks
Beth Dover .... special thanks
Rachael Harris .... special thanks
Phil LaMarr .... special thanks
Thomas Lennon .... special thanks
Joe Lo Truglio .... special thanks
Chris Mast .... special thanks
Marguerite Moreau .... special thanks
Kumail Nanjiani .... special thanks
Akiva Schaffer .... special thanks
Tom Shadyac .... special thanks
Jonathan Stern .... special thanks
Cole Stratton .... special thanks
Jorma Taccone .... special thanks
Janet Varney .... special thanks
Harris Wittels .... special thanks
 

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MPAA:
Rated R for language and sexual content
Runtime:
83 min
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Aspect Ratio:
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Certification:
Australia:MA15+ | Canada:14A (British Columbia) | UK:15 | USA:R
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
The main plot of the story of a small independent candy store going out of business because of a corporate chain candy store is spoofed off of You've Got Mail, which was a remake of The Shop Around the Corner.See more »
Goofs:
Factual errors: When Joel first meets Tucker (Mollly's son), Joel says: "[Smeargle] can defend Butterfree's Hyper-Reverse attack with two double-colourless energy cards, and only get 10 damage points". This is, in fact, not at all how the Pokemon card game works. Double-colourless energy cards were banned long ago, and are only used in legacy tournaments. Even in a legacy tournament, Smeargle would not be permitted as a legal card, as it appeared after double-colourless energy cards were banned (Generation II).See more »
Quotes:
Molly:Can I ask you a question: how do you sleep at night?
Joel:I usually jerk off and then sleep pretty soundly.
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Soundtrack:
DreamscapeSee more »

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24 out of 43 people found the following review useful.
Why did I laugh?, 5 September 2014
Author: Chris Crawford

I laughed at this movie. I laughed out loud. A lot. For the life of me, I can't figure out why. My wife is staring at me as if I'm the guy her mom said I was. I swear, every single moment of this movie is seconds away from becoming completely stupid. And yet, I keep cracking up as if it's the funniest thing I've ever seen.

WHY AM I RATING THIS SEVEN STARS? I'm so sorry.

It's not funny. I'm probably drunk, or maybe I'm deranged. I might have multiple personalities. THIS MOVIE IS STUPID. Don't waste your time.

HAHAHAHHA, a dead girl in the leaves.

Don't watch this. Totally sucks. Don't let the fact I've watched it twice make any difference.

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