While stuck at a wedding in Palm Springs, Nyles (Andy Samberg) meets Sarah (Cristin Milioti), the maid of honor and family black sheep. After he rescues her from a disastrous toast, Sarah becomes drawn to Nyles and his offbeat nihilism. But when their impromptu tryst is thwarted by a surreal interruption, Sarah must join Nyles in embracing the idea that nothing really matters, and they begin wreaking spirited havoc on the wedding celebration.
It's a fictional beer that Nyles offers Sarah poolside, and Andy Samberg hopes that a real brewer will step forward to manufacture it. "Just know that it's not a super dense IPA, it's gotta be like a really light, watery, summertime beer that you want ice cold." See more »
Toward the end of the movie when Nyles says "dot, dot, dot" in his speech. Sarah corrects him and says, "it's called an ellipses." 'Ellipses' is the plural form of ellipsis. 'Ellipsis' is the singular noun describing a punctuation mark represented
by three dots. See more »
I would rather die with you, than live in this world without you...
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After the first set of credits, there is a scene with Nyles and Roy. See more »
Turn It On
Written by James Frank Bacchi
Performed by Max Boogie Overdrive
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A simple concept executed beautifully
The time loop shtick has been done a number of times but this new film takes it and puts a great romantic comedy spin on it. Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti are great and their chemistry is off the walls. Watch it for a great time.
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