Two new film clips have been released for the upcoming Paul Rudd comedy Our Idiot Brother. Which includes a great cast of supporting actors that includes Elizabeth Banks, Zooey Deschanel, Emily Mortimer, Rashida Jones, and Steve Coogan.
I loved this film, it was genuinely funny and heartfelt. Rudd plays a character named Ned, who is set up extremely well in the film clips below. Ned is a very trusting individual that wants to see the best intentions of people. After being in Jail for eight months for selling pot to a uniformed police officer, Ned is released into the world again to find that his girlfriend of three years dumped him for another dude. So without a place to go he ends up spending a lot of time with his sisters and actually lives with each of them throughout the movie. As the story is told, his good natured naive honesty ends up highlighting his sisters personal faults and problems, and they end up hating him for it; blaming him for all the problems that now plague their lives. Of course through a series of hilarious events and experiences, his family realizes he’s actually helped them become better people and overcome their issues. Turns out he’s not such a bad guy after all. To read my full review of the film Click Here.
The movie is set to be released on November 25th 2011. You've got to watch this film when it come out, I think many of you will enjoy it. Check out the clips below and tell us what you think!
Here’s the official synopsis for the film:
Despite looking for the good in every situation and the best in every person, Ned always seems to find himself holding the short end of the stick—being conned into selling pot to a uniformed cop, being dumped by his girlfriend, and worse yet, losing custody of his beloved dog, Willie Nelson. When he turns to family, he is passed from sister to sister while he gets back on his feet. Ned’s best intentions produce hilariously disastrous results, bringing the family to the cusp of chaos and ultimately the brink of clarity.
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