I Love You, Man is a 2009 American comedy film originally titled Let's be Friends and written by Larry Levin before John Hamburg rewrote and directed the film. Starring Paul Rudd, Jason Segel, and Rashida Jones the film focuses on Peter's (Rudd) lack of male friends and the bond that forms between him and Sydney (Segel).
The film was released theatrically in North America on March 20, 2009, to mostly positive reviews and took second spot in...
Zooey and Peter, at dinner with Peter's parents and his brother Robbie, the c...
Sydney drops by to see Peter at work. Peter struggles at befriending a male.
Peter meets Mel Stein, who looks to be late twenties early thirties on his in...
Peter and Zooey stand in the walk in front of Barry and Denise's making up. O...
Sydney tries to get Peter to release his aggression. He takes him under the p...
Peter melts down while putting in a call to Sydney from his desk at work.
Peter and Sydney jam in the man cave playing bass and lead.
Barry is trying to get Denise and Zooey out of the house because it's poker n...
Haley hits Sydney in the leg with a bad golf shot.
Robbie and his dad fist pound and explode. Peter looks sickened by the exchan...
Peter stumbles through the rest of the call he put through to Sydney.
Sydney rubs it in when Peter put Gil away during a fencing match.
After witnessing another of their arguments, Zooey tells Peter she's ready to...
Sydney gives Peter a strange look as they shake hands and head home.
Oswald tells Zooey that Peter matured sexually at an early age. Peter tells h...
Peter starts receiving, positive feedback from the billboards Sydney put up f...
Oswald continues to talk about his son's early growth of pubic hair.
Peter stops by the ladies shop. While there Sydney calls. The ladies are deep...
Peter is hang home alone. He's calling all his friends but no one has the time.
In the middle of the wedding ceremony Peter and Sydney patch their friendship.
After his family tells Zooey that Peter focused so much on girlfriends that h...
At the shop the ladies are having lunch and talking. Denis mentions that she ...
Sydney is trying to find somebody to hang out with, he has no luck.
Peter agrees to jamming with Sydney after learning that they both are musicians.