Tagged: Paul Rudd

Movie Review: ‘Captain America: Civil War’

Andrew Payne reviews "Captain America: Civil War," a movie that's less of a film and more of a product, but that doesn't stop it from being a lot of fun.

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Movie Review: ‘Ant-Man’

Hiko Mitsuzuka discusses Marvel's new hero on the block...and why Baskin Robbins comes out as the victor in the film.

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Review: ‘Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues’

It's been nine years, and the news team is back. How well do Ron Burgundy and company fare?

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Review: ‘Prince Avalanche’

'Prince Avalanche' is a subtly complex return to his roots for writer/director David Gordon Green that will certainly please cinema lovers and aficionados of his old work, if not his more recent big-budget fanbase.

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Review: ‘Admission’

Samantha Wilson wonders why Admission is being marketed as a romantic comedy when it's so much more. Tina Fey's first post-30 Rock role is a win for the comedienne.

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Brad’s Buzz: The Week In Pop Culture 3/13

Get ready for some real March Madness!

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Review: ‘This Is 40’ Offers Some Laughs and Little Story

Andrew Payne reviews This is 40, a comedy that doesn't deliver enough laughs to make up for its lack of a compelling story.

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Interview: ‘This is 40’ – Does Judd Apatow Have Beef With J.J. Abrams?

Hiko Mitsuzuka chats with the cast of Judd Apatow's This is 40 and learns a lesson from Albert Brooks.

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10 Memorable Summertime Movies

Stroll down movie memory lane as Ryan Koch looks back at his favorite summer-themed films.

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Which Board Games Should be Made into Movies?

With Battleship now in theaters, Kendra Beltran picks some childhood favorite board games that should be brought to life on the big screen.

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Review: ‘Wanderlust’ Finds Its Way

The trailer may not look good, but Wanderlust is a surprisingly funny comedy that's buoyed by a solid script.

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Review: ‘Our Idiot Brother’ Isn’t So Stupid

While it's a predictable and formulaic comedy, Our Idiot Brother is still entertaining, says Amy Lindorff.

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Brooks Doesn’t Know Anymore

James L. Brooks' new film "How Do You Know" is like watching cute puppies run in circles, says Laurel Belgreen.

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