The new trailer features some great stuff from Stephen Merchant and even a solid Justin Bieber joke for good measure. Written and directed by Dan Mazer (Since they met at a party, ambitious high-flyer Nat (Rose Byrne) and struggling novelist Josh (Rafe Spall) have been deliriously happy despite their differences.
Josh is a thinker, Nat’s a doer, he’s lasses faire and she’s quite anal… Their wedding is a dream come true, but family, friends and even the minister who marries them aren’t convinced that they can last.
If you don’t believe me, remember Sex & The City, a warts-and-all portrait of the relentless New York dating scene that seemed to me exactly like the deepest pit of Hades, only with better footwear.
Story of – well, a large part of my life, at least.
Assuming that riding in a stretch limo would lead to action? And driving a fancy convertible and mentioning it constantly to ladies in the hope that they’d be interested in the car, at least, even if not with me?
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I’m sure that on watching episode four, he’d find himself revising his book.
Merchant’s character is pathetically desperate and deluded, and uncomfortably so, but he’s also got elements of David Brent-style obnoxiousness in the mix as well.
) as a mismatched couple and centers on their struggle to survive their first year of marriage.
While the logline and “romantic comedy” description may sound a bit trite, this actually looks like a solid comedy.
But Merchant pulls it off, because – well, he’s Merchant, with his tall, thin figure, disconcertingly-parted hair and a goggly smile that veers between comical and terrifying.