They Came Together


Comedy / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 70%
IMDb Rating 5.5 10 19,748


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June 24, 2019



Cobie Smulders as Joanna Lyppiatt
Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Tom Newman
Michael Shannon as Troy Abbott
Paul Rudd as Hunt
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695.66 MB
23.976 fps
83 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by RevRonster 10 / 10 / 10

Parody done hilariously right!

Can we give superhero status to Michael Showalter and David Wain? After all the destruction the "Scary Movie" films have done and all the harm that Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer has done to the world of parody, these two come in when all seemed dark and to the point it could never return to the heights of hilarity that it had once seen back in the day and proved that parody can still work and work incredibly well! "They Came Together" is a ridiculously hilarious film that is filled with just some incredible talent. Everyone from Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler in the leads to the minor appearances from Kenan Thompson, Christopher Meloni, Ken Marino, and Jack McBrayer to the more lengthy appearances of Bill Hader, Ellie Kemper, Jason Mantzoukas and more (even two great cameos at the end) are just—I hesitate to use the slang "killing it" but are just killing it on screen. Each and every player is bringing the script to life and making the film something that made my sides burst. From the moment it started until the time it ended (heck, even a day later as I'm writing this, I'm still laughing at the scenes that are playing on repeat in my brain), "They Came Together" had me rolling on the floor. The jokes are a mixed bunch that results in a film that I never found boring or repetitive. Sometimes the jokes are smart, always they are witty, occasionally they get super silly, and, on a few occasions, the film gets vulgar and offensive with its humor but, the point is, the film never stopped with its comedy and never rested on a formula that was the same thing over and over again. Michael Showalter and David Wain wrote a wickedly entertaining break down of the romantic comedy genre that proves that satire and parody is more than just some fart jokes, a guy hurting himself, and dated pop culture references that it was sadly becoming. I just loved this film and hated absolutely nothing about it. Greetings! My name is Rev. Ron and I love movies. If you feel like reading more of my rants, ramblings, geek references, bad jokes, and other movies reviews (like a more in-depth, totally gushing look at "They Came Together" and other films that would be improved if Showalter and Wain wrote the script), you can visit my blog at If you don't feel like any of those things I said and probably hate me (because we love to hate things on the internet), you can go about your day because these aren't the droids you're looking for.

Reviewed by jsgerke 3 / 10 / 10

Not worth your time

This may or may not contain a spoiler. I was hopeful when I saw Paul & Amy were the stars of this movie, but it was truly disappointing. And, it didn't take long (10 minutes maybe) to determine it wasn't worth the time. I should have listened to my dear husband when he said to shut it off, but I didn't because I thought it would get better. Trust me, it doesn't. This movie is not worth the time, and anyone who says it is has to have been paid to say so. It was no where near as brilliant as Airplane!, Hot Shots, Naked Gun or any other classic parody. Save yourself and pick a different movie.

Reviewed by Tore Dahl 3 / 10 / 10

Weak movie - but with lovable main characters

This is.... surprisingly weak. You have both Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler, and none of them are particularly funny in this movie. That said, Rudd is more like a funny straight man more than most comedians, but he can shine, "slap-a-da-bass" anyone? The jokes in here are pretty dim too, and when Americans try to create surreal humour, they seem to always fail miserably. And then we have a lot of predictable scenes, where you can see the joke coming many, many seconds away. If only they were funny, you could forgive (some) of it. But no. You're much better off watching Parks and Recreation again, where any five minutes of any episode, is much better than this entire movie.

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