paul rudd

Movies That Weren’t That Bad

The following movies were rated ridiculously low by critics. However, they were all movies I wanted to see so I went ahead and watched them anyway. Were they the best movies ever? No. But they weren’t that bad…

Our Idiot Brother
Would I have spent money on it? NO. But Paul Rudd is funny. Zooey Deschanel is funny. Elizabeth Banks is funny. That’s good enough for me.

The Big Year
Steve Martin can do no wrong in my eyes so maybe I’m bias but this movie was not at all what I expected and I wasn’t disappointed.

The Sitter
For a movie with such bad reviews, this actually surprised me. The little girl in this film STOLE THE SHOW.

Tower Heist
Ben Stiller has been on a downhill slope and I definitely wouldn’t say this saved his career. However, after watching the movie, I didn’t feel like I wasted 90 minutes.

Just Go With It
Adam Sandler is another person with a bad reputation nowadays. And Jennifer Aniston… forget about it. This movie wasn’t that bad and I’ve actually found myself watching it again on Starz when there was nothing else on.

The Campaign
This movie just looked bad. But I actually laughed a lot. Will Ferrell punched a baby… and a dog. lolz.

Katy Perry – Part of Me
This is embarrassing but I actually liked this movie. The whole movie you are just waiting for Katy Perry and Russel Brand to get divorced so I was on the edge of my seat.

That’s My Boy
Another Adam Sandler movie that wasn’t terrible. If you have a free evening with nothing to do, RedBox this. It’s silly and funny.

This movie wasn’t just “not bad” but actually really funny. If you don’t believe me, watch this clip of Paul Rudd.

What movies would you add here? Share below!

Epic Movie Quotes: Wet Hot American Summer

One of my favorite movies, while lesser known, is Wet Hot American Summer. Paul Rudd is HILARIOUS and I have been obsessed with this quote:

You taste like a burger. I don’t like you anymore.

What’s your favorite movie quote? Share below with a clip and it will be featured in an upcoming blog!
Follow me @Caraizzle!

12 Movies To See Before The End of 2012

Summer movies were a bust this year. Yea, we started off strong but right now we are experiencing somewhat of a movie slump. In order to lift my spirits I decided to go through the rest of the movies planning on coming out this year and I was not disappointed. There are 12 movies I need to see that are coming out by the end of this year and here’s why:

1. 10 Years – September 14
Looks cheesy and click-flicky but the cast is awesome and I’m going to end up seeing in it secret.

2. Perks of Being A Wallflower – September 20
Besides the fact that I read the book, I would never miss Hermoine’s Emma Watson‘s return to the big screen.

3. Trouble With The Curve – September 21
Baseball. Clint Eastwood. Amy Adams. Yup, I’m in.

4. Looper – September 28
I trust Joseph Gordon-Levitt‘s judgement. If he has chosen this movie, I’m sure it will be good.

5. Won’t Back Down – September 28
I don’t really know why I want to see this. I saw it on a commercial while watching Lifetime so maybe I’m just a sucker for a tear-jerker.

6. Pitch Perfect – October 5
Glee in movie form! Plus Rebel Wilson is hilarious.

7. Butter – October 5
This movie is about a butter sculpting competition. HELLO?! WHO WOULDN’T WANT TO SEE THIS?

8. Seven Psychopaths – October 12
Someone stole Woody Harrelson‘s dog and chaos ensues. Sounds good.

9. Argo – October 12
The highly anticipated Ben Affleck movie. This is probably the only movie on this list what will make me think.

10. Wreck-It Ralph – November 2
I don’t remember the last time I was so excited to see a movie. I’ve seen a ton of trailers and have hyped this movie up so much. It’s Disney, animated, and about video games. I might faint.

11. Rise Of The Guardians – November 21
Don’t mess with Santa and the Easter bunny. They are going to kick your ass in this movie.

12. This is 40 – December 21
The sort of sequel to Knocked Up and I love Paul Rudd.

I wouldn’t be surprised if Christmas movies were announced and I have to add to this list but it looks like I’m going to be pretty busy for the rest of my weekends.

What are you looking forward to see?

Epic Movie Quotes: Anchorman

In honor of the impending sequel, this week we are taking a look at Anchorman. I love this movie. It is funny, and ridiculous, and reminds us that Will Ferrell was funny once upon a time. While there were many quotes to choose from, I chose one from one of my favorite actors, Paul Rudd. As a BONUS I also added the Anchorman 2 teaser at the bottom the post. Check it out!

60% of the time, it works EVERY time.

What’s your favorite movie quote? Share below with a clip and it will be featured in an upcoming blog!
Follow me @Caraizzle!

Epic Movie Quotes: Forgetting Sarah Marshall

This is one of my favorite movies. I’ve seen it more times than I can remember and I think I have even purchased this DVD multiple times (things just go missing when you’re in college and have sticky fingered roommates with good taste in movies). As much as this was a Jason Segel film, Paul Rudd really stole the show. Watch the most quoteable line from Forgetting Sarah Marshall here.

You sound like you’re from London!

What’s your favorite movie quote? Share below with a clip and it will be featured in an upcoming blog!

Follow me @Caraizzle!