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Forgetting Sarah Marshall International Poster

— Posted by John Campea

The new comedy from the Apatow tribe “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” is coming soon (and some people, like our own Doug Nagy, proclaim it better than Knocked Up) and it looks like they’ve just released a new international poster for the flick. Personally… I hate it.

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  • Kate

    I find it extraordinary that anyone would waste their energy by formulating an opinion about a movie poster. Why on earth does anyone care so much?

    The poster serves a purpose, it advertises a film. Surely it would be better to hate something tangible, like war?

  • http://yahoo LaTanya

    So stupid.

  • http://yahoo LaTanya

    Not a very good thing to do putting his ugly self on the frount cover.

  • John Hitchy

    Saw this movie 3 weeks back and no, it’s not better than Knocked Up. It is funny but doesn’t touch KU or Superbad.

  • Tarmac

    I hate Russel Brand.

    That is all.

  • Ben

    It makes sense to put Russell Brand at the front of the poster (especially here in the UK) because no-one else will know who the other two are here. I don’t mind the poster.

  • shadopup

    I agree Doug, awful poster. I can say exactly why but just everything about it is terrible. Everything looks fake. Even the loveable Kristen Bell looks like she’s giving a blank rather than loving stare.

  • http://www.thisuniverse.tk Robert(wolf)

    I’m really not looking forward to this movie. When you got that Russel guy in any movie, it’s too fucking hard to watch, he is so annoying and I got no idea why anyone would cast him.

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