Russell Brand is Arthur Bach, an heir to one of the biggest corporations in the world. Arthur’s drunken playboy lifestyle is unfit to run the company, so his mother issues him an ultimatum to marry Susan Johnson, played by Jennifer Garner, who can run the company under the family name otherwise he loses out on his 800 million dollar inheritance.

Arthur reluctantly agrees to the terms, but he soon finds himself in a pickle as he falls in love with a New York tour guide.

This movie is hilarious if you find Russell Brand comedic. His humor can be subtle at times, and it can be hard to catch, but it is definitely side-splitting once you see it.

Rating: ★★★★★★★½☆☆

Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is a romantic comedy that takes its cues from other movies such as Love Actually and He’s Just Not That Into You. The movie goes over multiple couples’ relationship during Valentine’s day and the trials and tribulations of their love that they go through.  This movie banks on its star-studded cast rather than on an interesting or original story. It’s a mediocre romantic comedy that gets by on the familiarity of other popular romantic movies.

Rating: ★★★★★★½☆☆☆