RvReview: Dinner for Schmucks
But it’s got Steve Carell, he’s funny, right? And Ron Livingston from Office space! And that funny guy from The Hangover! But most disappointingly of all, it’s got Paul Rudd in it. Paul Rudd, who in my book, had yet to put a foot wrong. Clueless, Anchorman, The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Knocked Up, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Role Models, I Love You, Man. Some great, some OK, but all made better by Paul Rudd.
Why, Paul Rudd, did you have to go and ruin everything by starring in this worthless pile of excrement? Why Paul Rudd? Why?
It is scene after scene of painfully unfunny script between Carell and Rudd, until you know when you get to that stage in a cinema where everyone realizes that nobody has laughed once and the film has already been on for an hour? Even though it feels like two days?
Now as a service to my fellow man, I am going to the cinema first thing tomorrow to stand outside all day and warn people against funding this pox.
PS Steve Carell’s little mice figures are SUPER cute though.