Giant landscape okc

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Giant landscape okcupid

In one of the most memorable scenes of "Pushing Daisies", Chuck finds an injured bird in a snowy wasteland and takes it home. The bird has a message for Chuck, and Chuck uses it to try and end the season on a high note. The bird sings about a girl, and Chuck takes that to be a sign. Chuck meets up with Ned and finds out he thinks he knows where the girl is. The bird is a bit of a liar and says that Ned isn't going anywhere, but Chuck figures Ned knows where the girl is and goes to find him.

On the way, he encounters a giant landscape okcupid, an okcupid of immense proportions. The bird turns into a giant and starts fighting with Chuck, who does the same, but his giantness is smaller. The bird and Chuck beat each other up a bit, until Ned shows up. He and the bird have a fight in which Ned wins, he punches the bird in the face and the bird dissolves into dust. He takes this as a sign that he isn't going anywhere.

Then he and Chuck hug and tell each other they'll be alright. Ned then wakes up in bed with the girl, who says he wasn't there in a dream he had when he was still in The Grinder. He and the girl kiss. On the way home, Ned thinks that he will never do anything in this life again. After this we see him, at a restaurant, and Chuck's mom, who wants to know if he has anything to eat, or if he wants to go out. Ned says no to both.

The two then head home. Ned and Chuck are happy together and live in peace for the rest of the film. In the closing credits, we see a few of the birds that had been with Chuck since he first met the girl. They had also been helping the girl get to Ned, and they are all there in a row on a beach, looking at the sunset. They look happy. We don't know what their true destiny is.

Cast

Charlie Day as Chuck Potter/Derek "Ned" Landers

Lucy Punch as Emma

Danny McBride as Steve Buscemi

Craig Roberts as the Peeper

John Francis Daley as Ned's Dad

Paul Rust as The Man

Alia Shawkat as Tippy Toes

Bobby Moynihan as Sam Farkus

Nick Kroll as Ned's Uncle Phil

Mary Lynn Rajskub as Sarah's Mom

Sarah Baker as Sarah

Adam DeVine as Adam DeVine (Cameo)

Ed Helms as Ed Helms (Cameo)

Production

On May 25, 2014, The Hollywood Reporter and Deadline reported that Lucy Punch had been cast in the film. On June 6, 2014, Charlie Day and Danny McBride were announced as part of the film's cast.

The movie was released in the United States on August 26, 2015.

Reception

On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 67%, based on 93 reviews, and an average rating of 5.9/10. The site's critical consensus reads, "The Bird House is a competent comedy about a man who spends the afternoon trying to escape his past while his friends try to cheer him up—though what's most remarkable is that it actually works as a comedy." On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 52 out of 100, based on 24 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".

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Category:2010s science fiction comedy films

Category:American science fiction comedy films

Category:Films directed by David M. Rosenthal

Category:American films

Category:Directorial debut films

Category:Films set in Connecticut

Category:Films shot in Connecticut

Category:Regency Enterprises films

Category:Warner Bros. films

Category:Comedy films based on actual events

Category:American avant-garde and experimental films

Category:American zombie comedy films