Full spoilers for the movie Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy as well as the sequel, Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues. Even though I’m pretty sure everyone has seen this movie. It’s a beloved classic. But spoilers for this movie that came out 18 years ago. And spoilers for the sequel, which is essentially just … Continue reading Ruddtrospective #22: Sixty Percent of the Time…
Spoilers for Ideal Home, which might be the best Paul Rudd movie I’ve watched so far. You really should watch this before reading the review. I think it’s great. Ideal Home(2018) stars Paul Rudd, Steve Coogan, Jack Gore, and Jake McDorman. It also features Kate Walsh and Allison Pill. It was directed and written by … Continue reading Ruddtrospective #21: The Best Paul Rudd Movie?
Full spoilers for Gen-Y Cops, which is one of the most unintentionally(I assume) hilarious movies that I’ve ever seen. Gen-Y Cops(2000), also known as Gen-X Cops 2: Metal Mayhem, stars Edison Chen, Stephen Fung, Sam Lee, Richard Sun, Christy Chung, Maggie Q, Mark Hicks, and Paul Rudd. It was directed by Benny Chan, and written … Continue reading Ruddtrospective #20: Happy 53rd Birthday, Paul!!!
Spoilers for the movie Ant-Man! I’m finally covering one of the Marvel movies! Although if you’re reading this you’ve probably seen it already. Ant-Man stars Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly, Michael Douglas, Corey Stoll, Michael Peña, David Dastmalchian, T.I., Bobby Cannavale, Judy Greer, and Abby Ryder Fortson. The cast also features Anthony Mackie, Hayley Atwell, John … Continue reading Ruddtrospective #19: Tiny Justice
Spoilers for Overnight Delivery, a movie you haven’t seen and shouldn’t see because it’s terrible and weird and no. Also spoilers for Prince Avalanche, a movie that I kind of would encourage you to see. Overnight Delivery(1998) stars Paul Rudd, Reese Witherspoon, Christine Taylor, Sarah Silverman, and Larry Drake. Paul Rudd plays Wyatt Trips, a … Continue reading Ruddtrospective #18: Road Trippin’/Road Paintin’
Spoilers for the movie This Is 40, Judd Apatow’s second depressing movie about being forty years old. This Is 40(2012) stars Paul Rudd, Leslie Mann, Maude Apatow, Iris Apatow, Jason Segel, Chris O’Dowd, Robert Smigel, Annie Mumolo, Megan Fox, Charlyne Yi, Albert Brooks, John Lithgow, and Melissa McCarthy. It was written and directed by Judd … Continue reading Ruddtrospective #17: Judd Apatow Is A Good Director – Part Three
Spoilers for Knocked Up and the Paul Rudd/Seth Rogen Super Bowl Lay’s commercial. You probably already know that I like this movie, so I’ll just say that now too. Knocked Up(2007) stars Seth Rogen, Katherine Heigl, Paul Rudd, Leslie Mann, Jason Segel, Jonah Hill, Jay Baruchel, Martin Starr, Charlyne Yi, Maude Apatow, and Iris Apatow. … Continue reading Ruddtrospective #16: Judd Apatow Is A Good Director – Part Two
Full spoilers for The 40 Year Old Virgin. Paul Rudd has had a very odd career. When he was trying to break into the acting career he would take on odd jobs like being a DJ at a Bar Mitzvah or glazing hams. Then he went from being a mostly dramatic actor, to Phoebe’s husband … Continue reading Ruddtrospective #15: Judd Apatow Is A Good Director – Part One
Spoilers for Dinner For Schmucks. But what do you care? You haven’t seen it. Most people haven’t. It got horrible reviews. Dinner For Schmucks stars Steve Carell, Paul Rudd, Zach Galifianakis, Jemaine Clement, Stephanie Szostak, Bruce Greenwood, Lucy Punch, David Walliams, Ron Livingston, Larry Wilmore, Kristen Schaal, Andrea Savage, Nick Kroll, Randall Park, Chris O’Dowd, … Continue reading Ruddtrospective #14: A Schmuck Reviews A Movie About Schmucks
Some spoilers for the movie Forgetting Sarah Marshall, as well as some questions as to why anyone would ever think the spin-off, Get Him To The Greek, was a good idea I’ve mentioned before what an insane year for movies 2008 was. Hollywood managed to reach a perfect ratio of great films and terrible films … Continue reading Ruddtrospective #13: When Life Gives You Lemons
Some spoilers for Paul Rudd’s Netflix oeuvre: The Little Prince, The Fundamentals of Caring, and Mute. You’d be hard-pressed to find three movies that are more different than these. In the space of four years, Paul Rudd was involved in three completely different Netflix movies. In 2015 he was in an animated adaptation of the … Continue reading Ruddtrospective #12: The Many Sides Of Rudd
Full spoilers for 17 episodes of one of the most popular TV shows in the world. If you haven’t seen it you at least know about it. Those six actors are richer and more famous than most of the global population. I didn’t think I hated F.R.I.E.N.D.S., but then I watched 17 episodes in a … Continue reading Ruddtrospective #11: The One Where John Hates F.R.I.E.N.D.S.
The following post contains spoilers for three weird movies: The Oh in Ohio, I Could Never Be Your Woman, and Over Her Dead Body. These movies are all very odd for different reasons. We will get into them shortly, because this is a review. But first I have to write something random here before I … Continue reading Ruddtrospective #10: Paul Gets Weird
Spoilers for every Paul Rudd performance from the cursed year of 2021, which includes Ghostbusters: Afterlife, The Shrink Next Door, Saturday Morning All-Star Hits, and the zombie episode of What If…?. 4. Ghostbusters: AfterlifeI already reviewed this, so I’ll try to keep it brief. This movie just isn’t for me. I don’t have a lot … Continue reading Ruddtrospective #9: 2021’s Rudd-Rankings
Spoilers for the movie All Is Bright. Not that you care, nobody has seen or heard of this movie, despite it being the only Christmas movie Paul Rudd has ever been in. But this isn’t a very happy Christmas movie, so don’t watch it if that’s what you’re looking for. All Is Bright(2013) stars Paul … Continue reading Ruddtrospective #8: All Is Bright…?
Full spoilers for the TV show Parks and Recreation, but the five episodes that Paul Rudd was in in particular. I would recommend watching this show, but it’s so damn good that I don’t think any jokes I mention will ruin it for you. The main cast of Parks and Recreation includes Amy Poehler as … Continue reading Ruddtrospective #7: Let’s Talk Parks and Rec!
Some spoilers for the TV show Living With Yourself; if you have Netflix you should just go watch this because it’s great. I will say that this is one of those shows that are fun to go in to while knowing absolutely nothing about the premise, so if you are interested, watch this before reading … Continue reading Ruddtrospective #6: Double The Fun
As few spoilers for the movie Ghostbusters: Afterlife as possible. Even though it’s very difficult to spoil this movie. Because spoiler alert, it’s pretty much the same movie as the first two and probably the one with women that the internet hates. Anyway, let’s get into it. I haven’t seen the first Ghostbusters that many … Continue reading Ruddtrospective #5: Who Ya Gonna Call?
Lots of spoilers for the Paul Rudd classic, I Love You, Man(2009), and the great jokes in it; again it’s a great movie and you should still be able to enjoy it even though I’m about to recap it in a much less interesting fashion I’m gonna try things a little differently this time, and … Continue reading Ruddtrospective #4: I Love This Movie, Man
Full spoilers for the movie Role Models(2008), including all my favorite jokes; the plot isn’t that intricate and you’ll still be able to enjoy this despite spoilers This is one of my all-time favorite movies, and probably my favorite Paul Rudd movie? It’s definitely up there. It’s very funny, in my opinion. Paul Rudd has … Continue reading Ruddtrospective #3: Rock And Roll All Night And Part Of Every Day
Spoilers for the movies Clueless, The Object of My Affection, and Our Idiot Brother. Before we cover the career defining performances that Paul Rudd is known for, we’re going to do one more batch of movies I don’t have many thoughts about. But if you’re worried, don’t be. Next week I cover one of my … Continue reading Ruddtrospective #2: Clueless About Something
Spoilers for the movies The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Admission, and This Is The End. As some of you may know, I’m a big fan of Paul Rudd, and one of the things I want to do here is take time each week to appreciate the work of the most beautiful man in Hollywood. … Continue reading Ruddtrospective #1: An Assortment of Bad Movies