Paul Rudd

Ant-Man review

Ever since Marvel launched its "cinematic universe" with Iron Man back in 2008, the studio has not put a foot wrong.

Prince Avalanche review

Green returns to his indie roots with this sweet, warm remake of an Icelandic comedy about a pair of road workers.It's 1988, a year after fire has devastated a swathe...

This Is 40 review (Blu-ray)

This Is 40 really means This Is 40. It’s wholly intended for that age demographic and will hold no appeal whatsoever for anyone not in the middle-age bracket.

Admission review

Billed as yet another comedy ostensibly concerned with the perils of modern parenting, Admission is never as sharp as you’d hope with Fey spearheading proceedings, but its charming cast and...

The Perks of Being a Wallflower review (DVD)

Based on Chbosky’s own novel, The Perks of Being a Wallflower follows freshman Charlie (Lerman) as he embarks on his first year of high school.

Wanderlust review (Blu-ray)

This comedy stars Rudd and Aniston as happily married couple George and Linda, who have to move out of their tiny Manhattan studio apartment (or "micro-loft" as the real estate...