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Final Ex Poster

04.06.2007
Zach Braff and Jason Bateman are two actors who made names for themselves on sitcoms that were critically acclaimed, but never quite reached the popularity they deserved. To be fair, SCRUBS lasted pretty damn long for a TV show, but ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT ended way too soon, and the galaxy is a crappier, more depressing place because of it. But now, the world of too-smart-for-their-own-good sitcoms collides as Braff and Bateman in the upcoming comedy THE EX, and we have your first look at the final poster. Braff plays Tom Reilly who goes to work for his father-in-law, only to discover that his boss Chip (Bateman) still carries a torch for his wife (Amanda Peet) from back in the day. Chip is out to get Jack and ruin his life, and series of one-ups and dirty tricks ensue. Check out the poster BELOW and CLICK TO ENLARGE.

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Extra Tidbit: The original name for this movie was FAST TRACK. It even had its own poster

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2:58PM on 04/06/2007
scrubs is still on the air, bro

movie looks..."okay". maybe worth a rental
scrubs is still on the air, bro

movie looks..."okay". maybe worth a rental
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3:34PM on 04/06/2007

terrible poster

Zach Braff's arm is about 2 feet too short. It's pathetic how poorly most posters are designed today.
Zach Braff's arm is about 2 feet too short. It's pathetic how poorly most posters are designed today.
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5:09PM on 04/06/2007
Haha I would have never noticed the short arm thing if you hadn't mentioned it. Definately notice it now, bad photoshop job.
Haha I would have never noticed the short arm thing if you hadn't mentioned it. Definately notice it now, bad photoshop job.
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5:48PM on 04/06/2007
I hate Zach Braff, Scrubs and all his movies. Why do I get the feeling that in this movie he will be playing a quirky guy having trouble dealing with his transition into being a serious adult? Ugh.

Oh ya, let's not forget that annoying voice of his.

Jason Bateman, on the other hand, is hilarious.
I hate Zach Braff, Scrubs and all his movies. Why do I get the feeling that in this movie he will be playing a quirky guy having trouble dealing with his transition into being a serious adult? Ugh.

Oh ya, let's not forget that annoying voice of his.

Jason Bateman, on the other hand, is hilarious.
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2:37PM on 04/07/2007

Ummmm, yeah

Yes I also believe that Scrubs is still on the air, that Zach Braff can talk annoyingly (one of the things that puts me off to Scrubs the most) but Garden State was the shit, oh and his arm is bent... he's pushing him away not stiff arming him... you just can't see his elbow.
Yes I also believe that Scrubs is still on the air, that Zach Braff can talk annoyingly (one of the things that puts me off to Scrubs the most) but Garden State was the shit, oh and his arm is bent... he's pushing him away not stiff arming him... you just can't see his elbow.
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10:43PM on 04/07/2007

what a stinker.

Theres no way hes bending that elbow.Thats just a shitty poster.
Theres no way hes bending that elbow.Thats just a shitty poster.
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9:54PM on 04/08/2007
His elbow is bent exactly backward behind Peet's head.

And while I am a fan of both these actors (actually, I'm a fan of most of the cast, glad to see Grodin still working) the trailer scares me. It doesn't look to be utilizing much moronic humor, but I hate comedies where the protagonist is always making himself look bad to everyone else when the audience is rooting for him, and he's gotta make it up to everybody with a sappy apology, and go win his girlfriend back. It's cheesy, and rather
His elbow is bent exactly backward behind Peet's head.

And while I am a fan of both these actors (actually, I'm a fan of most of the cast, glad to see Grodin still working) the trailer scares me. It doesn't look to be utilizing much moronic humor, but I hate comedies where the protagonist is always making himself look bad to everyone else when the audience is rooting for him, and he's gotta make it up to everybody with a sappy apology, and go win his girlfriend back. It's cheesy, and rather torturous in my opinion, and one reason I had trouble enjoying the comedy in "Meet the Parents." If this is actually funny, aside from Fred Armisen, then good for it.
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