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They Came Together (2014)

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A small business owner is about to lose her shop to a major corporate development.


David Wain





Cast overview, first billed only:
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


In New York City, couple Joel and Molly are having dinner with their couple friends, Kyle and Karen. In the general discussion of their respective relationships and how they met, Joel and Molly, in telling their story, say that it is exactly like a corny romantic comedy. The story they end up telling not only has every romantic comedy cliché thrown in, but it is told in the style of a romantic comedy, complete with crazy characters who should be smarter to figure out a smoother path to a happy ending for Joel and Molly. But that one romantic comedy element that is the big payoff may not be reality, or perhaps it is. Written by Huggo

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He came...She came...They both came.


Comedy | Romance

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for language and sexual content | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

5 September 2014 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Beraber Geldiler See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Lionsgate See more »
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Technical Specs




Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?


Paul Rudd guest-starred on Amy Poehler's show, Parks and Recreation (2009) as her rival candidate, Bobby Newport. See more »


When Joel and Molly are seated in the big picture window of a coffee shop, gabbing, the sign for the subway stop across the street, although partially obscured, clearly says "__ Street Subway Station" (around the 31-minute mark). A minute later, the same sign says, "Upper W. Side Subway Station". (Of course neither sign really exists along the 2/3 line, which services my neighborhood.) See more »


Molly: Umm... forget it.
Joel: What?
Molly: No, I...
Joel: C'mon, tell me.
Molly: Are you hungry?
Joel: Hungry? Try starving.
Molly: Why don't I have you over for dinner? I'll make you my world famous mac and cheese.
Joel: 'K
[smiles and nods]
Molly: I like how you say 'K.
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Crazy Credits

Shot on location in New York City, which is almost like another character. See more »


I Know You Know I Know
Written by Amy Miles
Performed by Amy Miles
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Completely awful
23 August 2014 | by ivygurl187See all my reviews

I was excited to see this movie it has such a great cast of people and I heard good things about it. To be fair I did set my hopes higher than I should have leading to a giant disappointment. I really tried to like this movie so I kept watching thinking maybe it gets better... maybe by some miracle they switched writers halfway into production but no such luck! Seriously nothing about it was funny! Paul Rudd was the only one who could even remotely carry this movies terribly written script because watching Amy trying to make this script work was painful to say the least. Lets just say that nothing about this movie "came together" the jokes didn't land, the acting didn't work and the clichés were even too cliché! I wouldn't recommend this to anyone who actually enjoys comedy.

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