Posts Tagged ‘Paul Rudd’
Settling in with the Marvel formula, Ant-Man is short on surprises, but still long on charm and action.
Fast-paced, entertaining, humorous and also conflicted — trying to be its own film while being constrained by dictates and expectations of the Marvel universe.
"Anchorman 2" is more of the same, which is to say uproarious laughter interspersed between epic long, dull stretches.
Are three or four really tremendous laughs worth a 10-spot and two hours of your time? I vote no, and I got to see "Anchorman 2" for free.
Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston discover "Wanderlust," and John Krasinski and Drew Barrymore chase after a "Big Miracle."
When it's hitting, "Wanderlust" packs a potent comedy punch. But this new entree from the school of Apatow shows the usual generous helping of dull stretches.
Jon Glaser makes the show he wants about a fame-seeking member of the Witness Protection Program.
Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess are two friends whose relationship spans 20 years in "One Day" and Paul Rudd wreaks havoc on his family in "Our Idiot Brother."
Paul Rudd fans will rejoice. For most others, this indie comedy will be hit or miss.
The forces of Johnny Depp & Angelina Jolie come together in "The Tourist" & Reese Witherspoon asks Paul Rudd & Owen Wilson "How Do You Know?" on DVD this week.
Hardly a laugh-a-minute comedy, but when "Dinner for Schmucks" hits, it hits on all cylinders.
Ring in the New Year with "Machete" and "Dinner for Schmucks," on DVD this week.
A charming mess of a movie, "How Do You Know" features likable stars doing illogical things.