Green in the ways of the hard core music business, Aaron Green (Jonah Hill) gets things done. The ambitious 24-year-old has been given a career-making assignment. Under the ‘no-bitchassness’ direction of his boss Sergio Roma (Sean ‘P-Diddy’ Combs), his mission is to fly to London and escort a rock god to L.A.'s world famous Greek Theatre for the first leg on a huge comeback tour.

Sergio gives him one warning: "The artist is the worst person on Earth. Turn your back on him at your own peril." British rocker Aldous Snow (Russel Brand) is a brilliant musician, but due to a bad break up and nose-diving career, has fallen off the wagon and is now a drunken and drug-infused disaster. Weary of "yes men" and scared he's entered the "greatest hits" moment in his career, Snow's in the midst of a downward spiral.

As the countdown to the concert begins, Aaron must navigate a minefield of London drug smugglers, New York City brawls and Vegas lap dances to deliver Aldous safe and, sort of, sound--all while trying to remain faithful to his med student girlfriend. With all the sex, drugs, women and partying, getting him to the Greek is no easy feat.

Get Him to the Greek is laugh out loud funny! Sean Combs is no rookie to the camera and stretches his comedic limits with this part. I didn’t see it coming, but it’s worth the cost of the ticket. Russell Brand and Jonah Hill are insanely compatible and the chemistry was…..chemistry.