This remake of the fondly remembered Dudley Moore comedy stars Russell Brand as a hapless billionaire who must choose between love and money.
Arthur Bach (Russell Brand) is an irresponsible playboy - despite the fact that he's been told what to do all his life.
The culprits are his stern mother (Geraldine James), his housekeeper Hobson (Helen Mirren), and now, much to his dismay, his new bride-to-be Susan (Jennifer Garner). Arthur has been ordered to marry Susan, or suffer the consequences of disobedience - a new life, cut off from all his wealth and privilege.
But Arthur doesn't love Susan, and has instead fallen for Naomi (Greta Gerwig), a woman with no money but a good heart. With Russell Brand in hilarious form, it's time to find out which choice Arthur will make.
Can he choose love - and lose the safety net his money provides? Or will he settle for marriage to the terrifying Susan?
Screenplay: Peter Baynham
You should see it because: Russell Brand establishes himself as a leading man in this side-splitting romantic comedy.
See it if you liked: Get Him to the Greek (2010), Love and Other Drugs (2010), Easy A (2010)