Paul Rudd and Jason Segal put the "man" in bromance.
Paul Rudd and Jason Segal put the "man" in bromance

Thanks to Brody Jenner, that shameless slut for celebrity, the idea of "bromance" is on almost as many minds as Ayo! Scott's engorged tip. It's very hard (to believe), Ayo! knows. Not that he feels threatened by this development. Planet Earth's most revered film critic will always be on the tip of your tongue, and besides, Ayo! has no problem expressing his platonic love for a man. For example, Ayo! Scott loves Ayo! Scott. He also loves Paul Rudd and Jason Segel, and their hilarious new bromantic comedy, I Love You, Man...

Rudd plays Peter Klaven, a sappy pushover who's spent his entire life selflessly attending to the needs of women and never formed any friendships with dudes. His p-whipped ways become a problem after he proposes to his girlfriend Zooey (Rashida Jones) and realizes that he has nobody to be his best man. As a result, Peter goes looking for some friendly man-love with help from Robbie (Andy Samberg), his gay personal trainer brother who is infinitely more secure in his masculinity (and thus their father's "best friend"). A series of awkward, arranged man-dates fail, but Peter eventually meets laid back dude's dude Sydney Fife (Jason Segel) on his own. Whereas Pete never made time for male bonding, Syd refuses to cut back on "guy time," even as his old buddies have begun to focus more on their wives and children. With lessons to be learned during strolls on the beach and at Rush concerts, the new friends inevitably begin to rub off on each other. Platonic pause.

Whether you're looking for laughs or just want to rekindle the bromance with your favorite dude, I Love You, Man is the flick to make it happen. And hey, if it doesn't work, there's always Rohypnol. Check out the trailer and see if I Love You, Man is to you and your dude's liking.

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