Me Him Her :- Watch Me Him Her on Youtube on Fire, Like Landis’ more commercial-minded scripts, “Me Him Her” displays a downright incongruous mix of sincerity and sarcasm: A child of the VCR generation, Landis uses crazily unrealistic, movie-recycled plots as a pretext for telling it like it is (or at least, as he believes life to be), chocolate-dunking and then candy-coating astute little observational razor blades with borderline-inane, sitcom-stale cliches. Here, he offers a glimpse behind the scenes of Hollywood, serving up such personalities as a wannabe actress who rehearses her breakup speech in advance and a shallow B-list celeb grappling with how to come out. It’s hard to take such characters seriously, compounded by the fact that Landis puts his eponymous “Me,” a wacky colorful-shirt-wearing loudmouth named Cory (Dustin Milligan), on the toilet when his old college buddy and rising TV star Brendan (Luke Bracey) calls to share the news that he’s gay. Shot differently, the inappropriate setting might have earned a laugh instead of a wince, but Landis consistently struggles to make his (admittedly) funny ideas land, botching the timing and/or placement of gags throughout, from the random collection of L.A. vignettes that background the opening credits to the sequence of sketches crammed into the final crawl. At any rate, Brendan is distressed. The new season of his “Hard Justice” cop show is about to air, and he’s being positioned as the “straight arrow” opposite Haley Joel Osment’s “twisted mind” (a label that evidently applies both on screen and off.
Me Him Her on YoutubeonFire :-
Release: 11 March 2016 (USA)
IMDB Rating: 5.4/10
Director: Max Landis
Stars: Luke Bracey, Dustin Milligan, Emily Meade