Moviefone: Oh, Paul Rudd. You so crazy. After recently getting a hold of the first trailer for Paul Rudd's latest starring vehicle, we now exclusively have ourselves the debut poster for the Sundance favorite, 'Our Idiot Brother.'
Lars examines the quirky film Our Idiot Brother, starring Paul Rudd as the charming Ned, an idealist hippie who gets jailed for selling drugs and has to go live with his family.
Tom Heistuman: It hurts to admit this, but I went to the movie theater less in 2011 than I ever have in the ten years since I started working and could afford to go whenever I wanted. It wasn't necessarily the quality of the movies in 2011 but more the lack of ambition. I just didn't feel like I needed to go and see that many movies. With that being said, I will use my favorite movies from last year to illustrate what I would like to see more of in 2012.
Flix66 - When I originally heard about OUR IDIOT BROTHER I was tentative. The trailer really didn’t excite me but my love for Paul Rudd (ANCHORMAN, I LOVE YOU MAN) kept my interest. The Blu-ray release brought back the feelings of dread, but I am happy to say that OUR IDIOT BROTHER holds its own in the genre and proves that actors can really pull a script (even a weak one) together. Is it one of the best movies of the year? No. Is Ned one of the nicest characterizations Rudd has brought to the screen? Absolutely.