Paul Rudd To Star "The Revised Fundamentals"

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Paul Rudd To Star "The Revised Fundamentals"

For his first post-"Ant Man" project, Paul Rudd is set to star in the film adaptation of Jonathan Evison's novel "The Revised Fundamentals of Caregiving" at Levantine Films and Worldwide Pants.

The story follows the touching friendship between Ben Benjamin (Rudd) and a young adult stricken with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. The two form a bond and gently push each other toward re-engaging in life.

David Letterman's regular executive producer Rob Burnett is adapting the script a ...


Rudin Bows Out Of Reader

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Rudin Bows Out Of Reader


After having seemingly settled their differences, Scott Rudin will no longer be involved with the upcoming drama "The Reader" due to the Weinstein Co.'s December release plans says The Hollywood Reporter.

Rudin's move comes several weeks after Rudin and Harvey Weinstein claimed to bury the hatchet after a long and contentious battle over its release.

The Stephen Daldry-directed period romantic-drama starring Kate Winslet and Ralph Fiennes is a film ...


Gigli

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Gigli
Review (6/10)
(By Brendan Cullin)

Gigli is pronounced like "really". That is the one thing I learned from the movie. It starts out calling the main character Gigli, pronounced like it is spelled, but B-Lo soon clears all this up. He says, "It sounds like really".

Gigli is the story of Larry Gigli (B-Lo), a Californian gangster who is assigned to kidnap the retarded brother of a federal prosecutor. His boss Louis, sends another mobster to make sure Larry do ...


The Rundown

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The Rundown
Review (7/10)
(By Brendan Cullin)

In the opening scene of The Rundown, Beck (The Rock) walks into a club and passes Arnold Schwarzenegger. Schwarzenegger nods at Beck and says "Have a good time". Some may see this as a sort of passing of the torch from one of the great action heroes of the last 15 years to quite possibly Hollywood's next great action hero. Only time will tell.

Beck proceeds to enter the club and pound on the entire starting defensive line (or was that ...

88 Minutes

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88 Minutes
Review (-/10)
(By Garth Franklin)

There's only two questions that "88 Minutes" brings up - why is Al Pacino slumming it and why wasn't this released direct-to-DVD. The answer is of course money, that perennially justifiable excuse behind the inevitable quality drop-off of our greatest actors as their careers wind down.

Jack Nicholson, Sean Connery, Michael Caine, Anthony Hopkins, Gene Hackman, Robert DeNiro, etc. the list goes on of some truly brilliant thesps who, des ...