I plan on seeing Role Models
this weekend. I've wanted to see this movie since I saw the preview and they had the small bit of the scene of Paul Rudd ordering coffee in what I'm guessing is Starbucks. Why is it funny? Cuz the few times I do go into Starbucks I say "large", "medium", or "small." OK, I never order a small, but you get the point. Nobody taking my order has ever corrected me. If they did they would probably get a bit of a response similar to the one Rudd gives in that scene, though mine would hinge on the fact that apparently Starbucks in non-English speaking countries don't have the idiotic terms they have in front of us in the US. I have been informed that in China you can order with the words I use, or the Chinese language equivalent of "large size", "between size" and "small size." Yeah, suck it Starbucks for being pompous when you don't have to. Don't feed me that atmosphere crap.
Anyway, they had more of the scene last night when Rudd was on The Daily Show. If you liked the small piece of the coffee thing from the trailer watch this. If you haven't seen it, watch this. The clip is at the start.
I want to see this movie even more after seeing more of that scene and finding out the The State
's David Wain helped write the screen play and directed the movie. The State alum Ken Marino also helped write the screen play along with Paul Rudd. Yee-haw!