“Get Him to the Greek” is a comedy film that was released in 2010. The movie is directed by Nicholas Stoller and stars Jonah Hill, Russell Brand, and Sean “Diddy” Combs.
The plot of the movie revolves around Aaron Green, played by Jonah Hill, a young music executive who is given the task of escorting British rock star Aldous Snow, played by Russell Brand, to the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles for a comeback concert. Aldous Snow was first introduced in the 2008 comedy “Forgetting Sarah Marshall,” also directed by Nicholas Stoller.
The journey from London to Los Angeles is filled with chaos, as Aldous Snow is a drug and alcohol-addicted rock star who is prone to making poor decisions. Aaron must try to keep him sober and focused on the concert while also dealing with his own personal and professional problems.
The movie features plenty of comedic moments, as well as some poignant scenes that explore the relationship between Aaron and Aldous. Throughout the movie, the characters learn important lessons about trust, loyalty, and the meaning of success.
Overall, “Get Him to the Greek” was well-received by audiences and critics alike, who praised the performances of Jonah Hill and Russell Brand as well as the movie’s sharp writing and hilarious set pieces. The movie was a commercial success, grossing over $91 million worldwide.
Duration: 109 min.