Tag: Paul Rudd

Avengers: Endgame 4K UHD Review

Assembled Over the past decade, Marvel brought audiences toward this melee, beginning in Iron Man’s militaristic fantasy before turning into a wild, uncontrolled spectacle of comic book fiction. Avengers: …

Avengers: Endgame Review

Stark’s Arc The hero of the Marvel universe isn’t Tony Stark. Captain America couldn’t save us all either. Marvel’s movies – some 52 hours of storytelling – belong to …

The Catcher Was a Spy Review

More like the spy was a catcher, but still “You’re an unusual man, Mr. Berg,” says Jeff Daniels to a potential American spy, aging Red Sox catcher Moe Berg. …

Ant-Man and the Wasp Review

After space aliens, magic, and time travel were introduced in Marvel’s ‘universe,’ it’s Ant-Man and the Wasp that feels the most ridiculous. Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) asks, “Do you …

Sausage Party Blu-ray Review

Steak Night There’s an egregious inconsistency to Sausage Party: Either the food’s packaging is alive or the food itself is. The answer isn’t consistent. And if it’s the food, …

Captain America: Civil War Review

Civility Ferociously political as Marvel’s movies have been, observant of militarization and surveillance, Civil War may be the least impacted by commentary. Odd, considering the premise. Tony Stark and …

Ant-Man Blu-ray Review

Paul Rudd is Ant-Man, and Michael Pena is awesome Despite lacking a dominating villain – it’s Marvel’s weak spot – Ant-Man is a wry pleasure. Paul Rudd’s performance ups …

Ant-Man Review

Na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, ANT-MAN! Paul Rudd lives the dream of every ’80s kid – one of their dreams anyway – in becoming the central …