Forgetting Sarah Marshall

Release Date: 15 September 2008 | Certificate: Suitable for 15 years and over
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When he gets suddenly and unceremoniously dumped by his longtime girlfriend, television star Sarah Marshall, composer Peter Bretter is devastated. Miserably depressed, he seeks solace in tawdry one-night stands, but he is desperate to win Sarah back. On the advice of his stepbrother, Brian, Peter heads off to Hawaii for a much-needed vacation, but he gets even more freaked out when he discovers that Sarah and her new beau, wild and wacky British singing sensation Aldous Snow, are staying there as well.

Original theatrical version: Feature commentary with the director, producer and cast, Extended version: Feature commentary with the director, producer and cast, Six deleted/extended scenes, Line O Rama, Gag reel, 'We've Got To Do Something' music video, 'Dracula's Lament' table read, 'A Taste For Love' featurette, Raw Footage: Video Chat, Red band trailer
Release Date: 15 September 2008
Certificate: 15 - Suitable for Persons Aged 15 or Over
Directed by: Nick Stoller

Region 2
Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Anamorphic Wide Screen
Sound: Dolby Digital
Running Time: 107 minutes
Production Year: 2008
Main Language: English

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Could Of Been Good

Could of been a good film, like all the cast except one and that's Russell Brand; Cant stand the bloke, how he become and actor or why any one would want him in their films is beyond me.

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