Skip navigation! Story from Movies. When I was younger, I knew it as the movie where Segel performed an entire scene in the buff.
The film, which was written by Segel and co-produced by Judd Apatowwas released by Universal Pictures. The story revolves around Peter Bretter, who is a music composer for a TV show that happens to feature his girlfriend, Sarah Marshall, in the lead role. After a five-year relationship, Sarah abruptly breaks up with Peter.
In the opening minutes of the film which is scheduled for release on April 18 Mr. Segel, the year-old actor who is also a screenwriter of the movie, has just stepped out of a shower when his girlfriend declares that she is breaking up with him. Too devastated by the news to put on his clothes or grab a towel, Mr.
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Reviewed by Richard Feilden. Viewed on DVD. Is it a coincidence that was year that the Judd Apatow juggernaut rolled into Hollywood and changed the comedy scene?
The year-old comedian is presented in his full-frontal glory over the course of a cringe-worthy breakup scene that involves Segel naked, dripping wet and sobbing like a 6-foot-4 baby. At SXSW as the Austin, Texas, film fest is knownevery time Segel was shown au naturel, the totality of his package nearly brought the house down with laughter. Still, the actor-writer contemplated inequalities between male and female film nudity before putting his family jewels on display.
Jason Segel's penis probably would not sell a lot of tickets all by itself. As wise men and women always point out, it's not the thing itself that matters, it's what you do with it. And what Segel does with it as star and writer of "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" is magnificent.