It's been trendy as of late to label any movie dealing with male bonding as a "bromance," and if flicks like Superbad
and Pineapple Express
simply flirted with the concept, I Love You, Man
finally locks down the deal officially. That's right, I Love You, Man
may be the first bona fide Bromantic Comedy, replete with extended honeymoon phase, awkward breakup, heartache, and... well, it would hardly be fair to give away the ending. Strangely enough, unlike the aforementioned examples of the newly christened comedy subgenre, Judd Apatow's name is nowhere to be found in the credits. But while I Love You, Man
may bear all the visible and ...