Ant-Man and The Wasp – Review

I know what you’re thinking – do we really need another film where a miniature or indeed gigantic version of Paul Rudd is trying to help the universe in some way with his sheer charisma and dashing smile? The answer…yes, yes we really do. If you are expecting a killer narrative with twists and turns and an epic resolution; Ant-Man and The Wasp doesn’t exactly … Continue reading Ant-Man and The Wasp – Review

The Best Of…Paul Rudd

Some actors are timeless. In Paul Rudd’s case, he’s just ageless. Yes, the unwrinkled and smooth perfection of Rudd’s features have caused many to proclaim more sinister and mysterious than simple product, Botox, and wealthy, healthy living. Beyond his youthful looks, Paul Rudd has made a staple for himself by appearing as a lovable loser in comedies and beyond. Charming us with his sparkling eyes … Continue reading The Best Of…Paul Rudd

Unpopped Kernels: Wet Hot American Summer

If film and TV are to be believed, Summer Camp is one of America’s most iconic pastimes. A time when children don’t have any parents to scold them, and they can explore some of the trickier aspects of life (love, loss, homesickness, etc) in a relatively safe place. Wet Hot American Summer takes these themes and runs with them, creating a well-crafted pastiche that sends … Continue reading Unpopped Kernels: Wet Hot American Summer

The Fundamentals of Caring – Review

If there’s one thing in films that will never lose it’s appeal, it’s comedic actors taking on serious roles; for decades, audiences have lapped up the idea that someone so funny could pull off a deep, meaningful role and no matter how many times we see it, we’re still endlessly impressed. This time, Paul Rudd is taking a step away from his usual antics to … Continue reading The Fundamentals of Caring – Review