From the mind of Sacha Baron Cohen collaborator Dan Mazer comes new comedy rom-com, I Give It A Year.
Since meeting at a party, ambitious high-flyer Nat (Rose Byrne) and struggling writer Josh (Rafe Spall) have been hopelessly happy, despite their obvious differences. Joe likes to think things over, Nat likes to get up and go. Despite that their spark is undeniable, and their wedding is a dream come true.
But there are some, some being their friends, family and even the minister that married them, that think they won’t last, and they both have attractive other options in the form of Josh’s ex, Chloe (Anna Faris), and Nat’s handsome client, Guy (Simon Baker). Soon, the question becomes not can their marriage stand the test of time, but who will decide they want out first.
SHOULD YOU SEE IT?
Starring Stephen Merchant as the stereotypical but hilarious (for the viewers) best man, Peep Show’s Olivia Colman as a pessimistic marriage counselor and Minnie Driver, I Give It A Year is a film that, on the surface, seems perfectly dismissible, but, when you take the time to check, actually looks absolutely hilarious.
We think we’d give it a ten.