3.5, United States/Canada

Forgetting Sarah Marshall

2008 / Nicholas Stoller > Forgetting Sarah Marshall lacks the juvenile sensibilities of certain other Judd Apatow vehicles, and has a near-perfect balance of ideals and realism in its treatment of relationships so that it never feels tiring or sensationalist. This is also the first time I’ve ever really appreciated Mila Kunis as an actress, in contrast to her annoying character on That 70’s Show and her being totally miscast in Max Payne.