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How did you buy your ticket? View All Videos View All Photos Movie Info. While there, they accidentally meet an alien who brings them on an insane road trip that alters their universe forever.
For the past 60 years, an alien named Paul Seth Rogen has been hanging out at a top-secret military base.
For reasons unknown, the space-traveling smart ass decides to escape the compound and hop on the first vehicle out of town -- a rented RV containing Earthlings Graeme Willy Pegg and Clive Gollings Frost.
Chased by federal agents and the fanatical father of a young woman that they accidentally kidnap, Graeme and Clive hatch a fumbling escape plan to return Paul to his mother ship.
And as two nerds struggle to help, one little green man might just take his fellow outcasts from misfits to intergalactic heroes.
Greg Mottola. Simon Pegg , Nick Frost. Aug 9, Simon Pegg as Graeme Willy. Nick Frost as Clive Gollings. Jason Bateman as Agent Zoil.
Kristen Wiig as Ruth Buggs. Bill Hader as Haggard. Blythe Danner as Tara Walton. Joe Lo Truglio as O'Reilly.
John Carroll Lynch as Moses Buggs. Jane Lynch as Pat Stevens. David Koechner as Gus. Jesse Plemons as Jake. Michael Powell.
Sigourney Weaver as The Big Guy. Steven Spielberg as Himself. Jeffrey Tambor as Adam Shadowchild.
Jennifer Granger as Adam Shadowchild Fan. Nelson Ascencio as Jorge. Brett Michael Jones as Keith Nash. Mia Stallard as Young Tara.
Mark Sivertsen as State Trooper. David House as Security Guard. Syd Masters as Band Member 1. Michael Miller as Police Officer. Gary Roller as Band Member 2.
Oliver O'Shea as Band Member 3. Lonnie Otha-Mayer as Band Member 4. Will Veitch as Band Member 5. Mike Miller as Police Officer. Lori Dillen as Robed Woman.
Joe Berryman as Gas Station Attendant. Jeremy Owen as Sword Vendor. Todd Anderson as Comic Store Clerk.
Diego Deane as Fireworks Store Clerk. Seth Rogen as Paul. Five Favourite Films with Nick Frost.
April 13, Rating: 2. March 21, Rating: C Full Review…. March 21, Full Review…. January 17, Full Review….
August 19, Full Review…. May 14, Full Review…. October 24, Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Nov 22, Never quite as funny as it could be, Paul never uses the talents of its cast to any reasonable degree.
It's a disarmingly lame, and unenergetic and no one seems overjoyed in being a part of it. Sigourney is the best part.
Rating: Bradley J Super Reviewer. Feb 26, When an artistic partnership has become established, it can be very difficult for its constituent members to achieve success or recognition on their own.
Filmmakers as varied as the Hughes brothers and Powell and Pressberger have struggled to branch out on their own - though in Powell's case, he has been considerably rehabilitated since Peeping Tom first hit the screens.
But it is particularly difficult to do this in comedy, where double acts become so indelible in the public's imagination that it is almost inconceivable for the individuals therein to take the limelight alone.
Between these last two offerings, Wright attempted to crack Hollywood in his own right with Scott Pilgrim vs the World, leaving Pegg and Frost with time on their hands to try something of their own.
The result of this gap in their schedules is Paul, a somewhat underwhelming vehicle which fails to make the most of its leads as both actors and writers.
Underpinning Paul is a desire to make Pegg and Frost's very British style of comedy appeal to American audiences. There is a very conscious effort on the part of director Greg Mottola to sell Pegg and Frost as a double act for the johnny-come-latelies who hadn't seen Pegg's success as a good reason to delve into his back catalogue.
As a result there is a great deal of pandering to American expectations of what British culture is like, including our attitudes to religion, our views on homosexuality and our approach to geek culture, in a manner which is understandable but very tacky.
The screenplay of Paul feels like the first draft of a half-decent script that would eventually have been a better film.
There are loads of films built around the device of authors having extraordinary experiences out in the real world which leads them to write a masterpiece, or authors being driven mad by strange goings-on - The Shining and In The Mouth of Madness being good examples of the latter.
But instead of being taken in a quirky new direction, the plot is tightly constricted by the tried-and-tested conventions of the American road movie; the goal may be getting to a sci-fi convention rather than a plush campsite in the Rocky Mountains, but otherwise the film's central premise is not that different in scope to National Lampoon's Vacation.
A lot of the concepts raised in the script feel underdeveloped, being only briefly touched upon rather than explored in detail, either poignantly or with jokes.
The idea of aliens having an influence on human civilisation and culture is a lynchpin of 20th-century sci-fi, but Paul tackles it in about as much depth as Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.
Once the idea of Paul's influence had been introduced, the film could have used it as a jumping-off point for a series of gags about exactly how his influence was felt - similar to what happened regularly on Doctor Who during both Matt Smith and Peter Capaldi's time in the TARDIS.
Instead the idea is treated as a throwaway gag, and then it's back to tired jokes about smoking weed and women with three boobs a drawn-out Total Recall reference.
There is a place for films with aliens who are bad taste and surprisingly down-to-earth when it comes to meeting humans. They don't all have to be either as ruthlessly threatening as the Xenomorphs in Alien or as cuddly as those in Close Encounters of the Third Kind.
But the relationships in Paul are too baldly written and are set in stone very early on, the jokes are not honed properly and much of the larger-scale set-pieces drag on.
Most of all, it doesn't have the heart or warmth either of Pegg and Frost's best work or the best films about alien encounters, like E.
Paul also suffers because of the lack of a strong bond between the cast and the director. It's fair to say that anyone would have struggled to get the same standard of performance out of Pegg and Frost that Wright managed; J.
Abrams did okay with the former, but that was in supporting roles rather than as a joint lead.
Mottola's back catalogue is decidedly uneven - the awful Superbad versus the surprisingly decent Adventureland - and his sensibility simply doesn't gel with that of his leading men.
A lot of the film is characterised by the same chaotic, sub-Saturday Night Live approach to American comedy that we later saw in We're The Millers, where characters endlessly shout over each other in the name of sounding naturalistic - an approach which ironically makes the comedy feel a lot more forced.
A further problem along these lines is the lazy characterisation of the women in the film. One of the things which made Spaced work so well was that Jessica Stevenson could go toe-to-toe with Pegg and Frost, with a character that was just as well written.
While there are some nice touches in Pegg and Frost's characters, and a few decent lines for Seth Rogen, Kristen Wiig gets very little to do that doesn't make her fantastically irritating.
Her entire character is poorly written and lazy - why does every Christian in mainstream comedy have to be a creationist nutjob? Once the scales have fallen from her eyes, her character becomes just a boiled-down version of her performance in Bridesmaids, equal parts grating and repetitive.
The same goes, very sadly, for Sigourney Weaver. She is no stranger to sci-fi comedy having appeared in the underrated Galaxy Quest, and played a memorable antagonist in The Cabin in the Woods around the same time.
Weaver leapt at the chance to be in the film, and she's clearly having as much fun as the part allows. But while Mottola wisely confines her to just a menacing voice until the final reel, the pay-off doesn't fire on all cylinders.
What should be a ballsy finale is just a reiteration of the same joke that she's a woman called The Big Guy , and while her death is funny, it's more of a passing chuckle than a belly laugh.
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