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Released: 28 August 2014 Canceled
Producted By: Amazon Studios
Country: United States of America
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A funny, honest, behind-the-curtain look at the psychological and emotional complexities of marriage and the charged dynamics of a tight-knit group of friends grasping on to what's left of their youth.



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Sexyloutak Absolutely the worst movie.
Gutsycurene Fanciful, disturbing, and wildly original, it announces the arrival of a fresh, bold voice in American cinema.
Rexanne It’s sentimental, ridiculously long and only occasionally funny
Darin One of the film's great tricks is that, for a time, you think it will go down a rabbit hole of unrealistic glorification.
Miranda Wentz I absolutely loved REALLY! Amazon Prime Instant Video's new original show is the perfect combination of drama and comedy, with a starring cast that is nothing short of amazing! This is one of Jay Chandrasekhar's best work; delivering an entertaining story about four couples and the real struggles of marriage. Sarah Chalke and Selma Blair make a great leading lady duo, and they shine on camera. Rob Delaney and Luka Jones steal the show with their one-liners and hilarious behavior. From the very beginning, you will fall in love with all of the characters and the twist at the end will have you hooked! REALLY is the next big thing and is definitely the type of show TV/online is missing.
chris_is_right Really is smart, insightful and hilarious. Any married guy (or guy who has ever been in a relationship) should be able to relate to this show. It's very real and honest and most importantly, it's funny. The situations and conversations are very true and real. It feels like I'm hanging out with my friends drinking wine and chatting. Plus, the actors have amazing chemistry and seem like they've been friends for years. Sarah Chalke is one of the funniest female actors on TV and Hayes MacArthur steals every scene he's in. It's also great seeing Selma Blair back in the spotlight. Her mix of cute sarcasm is quite unique. The cast is a 10 and I can see them all becoming huge stars off the success of this show. Really is like a modern day Thirtysomething or The Big Chill. Great show!
Jason Panagakis Here's what I love about TV: it never knows what it is right away. Remember the first season of The Office? The first season of Seinfeld? If those were all we had to go on, they never would have become the classic series that we all know them as now. They got the chance to grow, though, and I'm hoping Really does, too. Right now? It's just a group of interesting characters and a healthy dose of blowjob humor. There's not really much of a story beyond "what happens when you're married to the same person every day?" but there's room to expand here. I love Sarah Chalke's take on the hot suburban mom and Selma Blair gets to really show her range as a petulant wife after years of playing petulant single women. Based on the cast alone, I can't wait to see what happens when actual story lines get introduced. Also, the running gag that Chalke's character can never decide what to order to drink is so hilarious. Like a baby bird, Really deserves a chance to spread its wings and fly and I hope we all get to see that happen.
taco1231 I dug the show. It was funny and well written. The dialogue and the jokes were top notch. I found the depiction of friends and married life to be pretty spot on. I also really liked the casting. Jay from BrokenLizard has turned into a good actor. I love Sarah Chalke and would watch her in anything. The guy that played Fred is really good too. I'm really curious to see where his storyline goes. I hope they make more of these. There needs to be more mature/intelligent writing on TV. I'm tired of watching relationship/dramas dumb it down for the audience. This is the first time I watched something and said "Yes, that's how it is!" Friends and relationships are never straight forward. This show gets it. My only criticism is that I want to see more.