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Skakespeare, William - I'd like to say something....and I'd

Postby James Lavelle » 08 Apr 2011, 14:51

I've just seen How do you know? with Paul Rudd.
I waited for a certain scene, but it wasn't in it. So...
you posted a bit with him where he shows a rock song to a woman on his laptop. Which movie is that?

Until to this very day I found him rather shallow, and superficial, thought he was just an average actor...but in this movie he acted in such a sensitive way that my view changed completely.

I have mixed feelings on the movie however. It had its funny and unique moments, also it was pretty boring and far-fetched to my liking at some points.

What do you think?
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Postby hayezy » 08 Apr 2011, 17:15

Slappin da bass man
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Postby hayezy » 08 Apr 2011, 17:15

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Postby hayezy » 08 Apr 2011, 17:15

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Postby James Lavelle » 08 Apr 2011, 17:18

Cheers :d
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Postby hayezy » 08 Apr 2011, 17:47

:lol: Genius!!
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Postby William Shakespeare » 08 Apr 2011, 21:35

Well, I haven't seen How Do You Know yet so I can't comment on it! However, I Love You, Man surely had its moments of brilliance. :lol: I think that the whole Bromance concept was a unique angle to take in the film. Just like a lady is allowed (and needs) to have her girlfriend posse, a guy has to have his bros. A guy must have his bro-time.

There is a scene where Paul Rudd and Jason Segel are out for drinks and they have a brilliant conversation about hybrid animals. It's a worthy scene too James.

Paul Rudd was in a movie with Michelle Pfeiffer called 'I Could Never Be Your Woman' that was pretty good. He plays a quirky young guy who falls for an older woman. Not the most epic or meaningful movies around, but Rudd is charming in it. He has the ability in some of his roles to put a smile on your face :d
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