Anna Kendrick and Sam Rockwell are worth seeing in almost any movie they choose to make (it takes a bad director to bleach out either of these talents). Together, however, they seem a perfect match, and under the fine tonal hand of director Paco Cabezas (shown below, clearly getting into the spirit of things), the pair takes the infinitely clever but woefully under-seen MR. RIGHT into the stratosphere.
Max Landis), and crazy situations that may belie reality but make the movie a hilarious treat.
Tim Roth as Rockwell's bête noire (shown above with Katie Nehra, who play Kendricks best friend);
Anson Mount (above), who plays one of two very angry, very dumb brothers who have foolishly tried to hire Rockwell as assassin; and the versatile James Ransone (below, left, of The Wire and so much other good stuff), who plays the other, even stupider brother.
RZA (above, right), as an also mentally-challenged bad guy who has enough good guy left in him to have us (as well as Rockwell and Kendrick) still rooting for him.
Rotten Tomatoes and 54 % from the audience, it's obviously a matter of taste. But those of us who like the film, really like the film. And so, I suspect, since you're reading TrustMovies, might you.
Focus Features and Universal Pictures Home Entertainment and running just 96 magical minutes, Mr. Right, already available On-Demand and via Digital HD, will also be out on Blu-ray and DVD this Tuesday, June 7 -- for purchase or rental.