Tag Archives: Paul Rudd

Cinema Review – Captain America: Civil War

After members of the Avengers cause collateral damage in their attempt to take down a criminal in Lagos, the UN pulls the superheroes in line, forcing them to sign an accord that puts them under UN control. When Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) is implicated in a terrorist attack, Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) sets out to protect his friend, effectively splitting the Avengers, and turning them against one another in their bid to do good. What the former friends don’t know, however, is that someone else is controlling Barnes, and wants to see the Avengers empire crumble from the inside. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Ant-Man

Having served three years in San Quentin for burglary, ex-con Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) is eager to be home and to stay on the straight and narrow. When a job that is too good to be turned down appears, however, Lang finds himself taking on the task in the hopes of winning back his daughter. It turns out that the job was not one for money or jewels, and the only thing left in Hank Pym’s safe – for it is he Lang is burglarising – is a mysterious suit. Lang soon realises the suit has the ability to shrink him to miniscule size and, while initially sceptical, eventually joins forces with Pym to keep the technology out of the wrong hands. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues

Ron Burgundy (Will Ferrell) and Veronica Corningstone (Christina Applegate) have moved their partnership to New York, where Veronica is promoted and Ron is not. Faced with an existential crisis, Ron panics until he is given a chance to anchor a show on GNN – the first 24 hour news network – and he gets the old gang back together. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Prince Avalanche

Alvin (Paul Rudd) and Lance (Emile Hirsch), two highway workers, spend the summer of 1988 marking the roads through rural Texas. Although the pair are at odds at first, two life changing events make them realise that they are not actually that different. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – This is the End

Jay Baruchel, Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, Danny McBride, Craig Robinson and James Franco find themselves holed up in the latter’s house after the apocalypse begins. The six must find out how to ration the water, food and crucially, the drugs, while trying to survive the end of days. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – This is 40

In a sort of sequel to Knocked Up, This is 40 takes a look at the lives of Pete (Paul Rudd) and Debbie (Leslie Mann) as they turn 40 and discover that the challenges they faced 10 years ago may or may not have changed all that much. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – The Perks of Being a Wallflower

Charlie (Logan Lerman), is a loner kid starting high school. Two of the cool kids, Sam (Emma Watson) and Patrick (Ezra Miller) take him under their wings, and show him into their world. Continue reading

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Cinema Review – Wanderlust

Soon after Linda (Jennifer Aniston) and George (Paul Rudd) but an apartment in New York their work arrangements fall through and they find themselves on the road to stay with George’s obnoxious brother Rick (Ken Marino) in Georgia. They stop for the night at Elysium B&B and discover that this place is less a hotel and more a hippie commune. After a night of smoking weed and relaxing the couple hit the road again, only to find themselves drawn back to this unusual way of life. Continue reading

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