The five-year engagement

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Where To Find It

Call number: DVD Comedy Five

Available Copies: Downtown 1st Floor, Traverwood Adult, West Adult

Additional Details

DVD release of the 2012 motion picture.

Bonus features: Deleted, extended & alternate scenes ; gag reel ; line-o-rama ; feature commentary with filmmakers and cast.

Jason Segel, Emily Blunt, Rhys Ifans, Chris Pratt, Alison Brie.

Beginning where most romantic comedies end, the film looks at what happens when an engaged couple keeps getting tripped up on the long walk down the aisle.

DVD ; anamorphic widescreen (1.85:1) presentation ; Dolby digital 5.1 (English, Spanish and French) and DVS 2.0 stereo. surround (English).

Community Reviews

the five-year engagement

i was disappointed by the five-year engagement. i had high hopes since it was filmed here in town, but that really didn't help the plot any, unfortunately. to be perfectly honest, i just didn't care for the film very much.

ann arbor and local movie

local movie in our hometown.
jason segal is a fav.

OK but not life-changing

We saw some of the filming when they shot this movie around Ann Arbor so it was fun to see how it looked in the movie. The plot was a little hard to believe, the leads were likable, and it was funny in places, but this is probably not one you need to see more than once.


This movie was okay by itself but even better if your an ann arborite.

Screwball-ish, not everyone's cuppa

I am a big fan of Emily Blunt and Jason Segel both, but this was just not overall my kind of movie. The Michigan stereotyping was laid on thick and not necessarily accurate. Some jokes went beyond bad taste in my opinion. On the other hand there were some lovely scenes, and the theme of how people change was at times deftly handled. Overall, I'd call it uneven at best. It was lovely to see the Ann Arbor area locations.

Ann Arbor on the Big Screen

While it's fun to see recognizable Ann Arbor locations, people from the town may have a hard time not being a little offended by the protagonists distaste for the city.

Worth seeing once (with relatively low expectations), but not again.

Not worth it

Made Ann Arbor seem like it is in the middle of Montana-
Movie dragged on interminably, was silly and trite.

Good, funny movie

It was a great movie. Filmed around Ann Arbor, so great for anyone from the area who cares to see their town in movies.


Nice scenes of Ann Arbor - the plot is totally silly

Really - do people in Ann Arbor hunt non-stop?

While it was fun to see some local Ann Arbor sites in this movie, the main character acted like this is hicksville and the only fun thing to do is to go deer hunting and then make Mugs, clothing and accessories around your house out of deer skin and horns. Really...???




a really long engagement


this movie was shot in ann arbor. if any residents saw the fake snow in downtown, that was a part of the set for a scene in this very movie. if you live in ann arbor, it is especially fun to see this movie. i enjoyed recognizing buildings and locations in the movie.

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