Cast: Jason Segel, Emily Blunt, Jackie Weaver, Chris Pratt, Rhys Ifans
Director: Nicholas Stoller
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Running Time: 124 minutes
From the producer of Bridesmaids and the director of Forgetting Sarah Marshall, comes a romantic comedy that begins where most love stories end. Full of laughs and heartfelt moments, The Five Year Engagement stars Jason Segel and Emily Blunt, as a couple that just can't make it down the aisle.
When Tom proposes to Violet one year after their first date, the couple seems destined to live happily ever after. However when planning for their perfect wedding the couple face a host of obstacles, career challenges and family pressures, threatening their chances of a walk down the aisle- can their relationship survive the prolonged engagement?
Packed full of laugh out loud bonus features, including deleted scenes and featured commentary with the stars of the film, The Five Year Engagement is this year's must own romantic comedy.
Extended and Alternate Scenes
Feature Commentary with Nicholas Stoller, Jason Segel, Emily Blunt, Chris Pratt, Alison Brie and Rodney Rothman.
Blu-ray Special Features:
The Making Of
The Making Of Gastrocule
The Making Of Turkey
Top Chef: Alex Eilhauer
Review: The Five-Year Engagement brings comedy to a special time in life, gettting engaged and trying to co-ordinate a wedding. Violet and Tom have the perfect romance & relationship. But when Violet gets into her dream university, their relationship is put to the test as Tom has to adjust to life in Michigan. Tom starts to take control of the wedding plans but then Violet gets offered an extension at the university which brings Toms inner feelings out of how unhappy he is living in Michigan. As the wedding plans get moved up, and the rehersal dinner becomes awkward, things start to spiral out of control. Tom and Violet decide to go their separate ways, but can the distance make them stronger? A crazy and exciting conclusion makes this romantic comedy refreshing and delightful for a definite must see! Some strong language thorugh the film.
The Five-Year Engagement
Triple Play: $49.95