Seth Rogen and Charlize Theron in a scene from "Long Shot."
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Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen make a sparkling comic duo in the unconventional romantic comedy "Long Shot," about a sleek politician and a schlubby journalist that is more than its superficial premise. Director Jonathan Levine's film does its fair share of over-the-top gross-out humor and jarringly violent physical gags that in real life would have left Rogen's character hospitalized or dead. Despite those overdone R-rated tropes, the movie is full of surprising heart, wit and insight about relationships and compromise, even politics.Charlotte used to babysit Fred, who was three years her junior and harbored a big crush on her.It lags at times and at over two hours it is far too long, but Theron and Rogen have a natural chemistry that makes spending a couple of (sometimes dullish) hours with them a joy.
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