Jun 23, - Paul () - Top 8 Friendly Alien Movies. Meet paul, from the movie paul. also an alien! freaking awesome alien unlike. Visit. Simon Pegg and Nick Frost (Hot Fuzz, Shaun of the Dead) reunite as sci-fi geeks taking a pilgrimage to America's UFO heartland. There they meet a smart-ass alien, Paul (voiced by Seth Rogen), who takes them on an insane road trip. ranging in style from traditional to highly contemporary, And chirashi look great on the wall too,What are CHIRASHI, Chirashi frequently sport dazzlingly colourful.
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Paul 2011 Navigation menu VideoPaul (2011) - The Big Guy Scene (10/10) - Movieclips Představte si že se svým nejlepším přítelem jste blázní do UFO, a proto se vydáte do oblasti Jste štastni, všechno si dokumentujete a prostě se bavíte a najednou uvidíte bouračku, přibíhate na pomoc, čekáte všechno, i to nejhorší, ale ne metrového mimozemšťana, který dokonale mluví anglicky, ukazuje zadek na veřejnosti, miluje staré hitovky, nadává a. Simon Pegg and Nick Frost reunite for the comedy adventure Paul as two sci-fi geeks whose pilgrimage takes them to America's UFO heartland. While there, they accidentally meet an alien who brings them on an insane road trip that alters their universe forever. Paul movie clips: boutiquearp.com THE MOVIE: boutiquearp.com't miss the HOTTEST NEW TRAILERS: boutiquearp.com DESCRIPTION:Paul (Set. R 1 hr 44 min Mar 17th, Adventure, Science Fiction, Comedy For the past 60 years, a space-traveling smart-ass named Paul has been locked up in a top-secret military base, advising world. For the past 60 years, a wisecracking alien named Paul (Seth Rogen) has resided at a top-secret military base in America's UFO heartland. When Paul decides he has had enough of Earth, he escapes.
Simon Pegg Graeme Willy. Nick Frost Clive Gollings. Seth Rogen Paul Voice. Jason Bateman Agent Zoil. Kristen Wiig Ruth Buggs. Bill Hader Haggard.
Blythe Danner Tara Walton. Joe Lo Truglio O'Reilly. John Carroll Lynch Moses Buggs. Jane Lynch Pat Lynch.
Greg Mottola Director. Simon Pegg Screenwriter. Nick Frost Screenwriter. Nira Park Producer. Tim Bevan Producer. Eric Fellner Producer.
Liza Chasin Executive Producer. Debra Hayward Executive Producer. Robert Graf Executive Producer. Lawrence Sher Cinematographer. Five Favourite Films with Nick Frost.
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August 19, 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.
Can we really relate to Ernie Wise without Eric Morecambe, or Stan Laurel without Oliver Hardy? The partnership between director Edgar Wright and stars Simon Pegg and Nick Frost has been one of the best things to come out of British comedy in the last two decades, beginning in the cult TV series Spaced and leading to the acclaimed 'Three Flavours Cornetto' trilogy of Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and The World's End.
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. Pegg had by this time carved out a small niche in America through supporting parts in Mission: Impossible III and Star Trek, while Frost's fame remained largely confined to the British Isles.
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.
Paul, Graeme, Clive, Ruth and Tara arrive at Devils Tower National Monument , where they set off fireworks as a signal to Paul's mothership.
A helicopter suddenly arrives with agents and the Big Guy. Zoil then appears and initiates a stand-off, unexpectedly shooting the Big Guy's agents, before being wounded by the Big Guy.
It is revealed that Zoil is Paul's friend and was attempting to aid his escape under the guise of capturing him. During the fight, Tara knocks out the Big Guy.
Moses arrives unexpectedly and fires at Paul, but hits Graeme instead. Paul once again uses his healing powers, reviving Graeme in spite of the danger to himself, causing Moses to believe Paul to be a messiah.
Graeme and Ruth admit their feelings for each other and kiss, but then the Big Guy regains consciousness and holds the group at gunpoint.
Just as the Big Guy is about to kill them, she is crushed by the landing mothership. Paul says goodbye to his friends and offers Tara a chance to go with him, promising to give her a new life after ruining her childhood and accidentally killing her dog.
The aliens go home as the remaining humans wave them goodbye. Two years later, Graeme, Clive and Ruth are at another Comic-Con, where Graeme and Clive are promoting their new bestselling novel titled Paul.
In an interview for the DVD release of Paul , Pegg and Frost said they made the film to demonstrate their love for Steven Spielberg's films Close Encounters of the Third Kind and E.
The idea for Paul came from Pegg and Frost in , while they were filming Shaun of the Dead. A teaser trailer for the film was released on 18 October The film was released on DVD and Blu-ray in the United Kingdom on 13 June , and was released in North America on 9 August Three versions of the film were made.
The United States Blu-ray release features all the DVD supplements with nine more featurettes and a digital copy.
Paul received generally positive reviews from critics. You'll never look at E. IGN provided Paul with three reviews.
The first gave the film three stars, stating, "Simon Pegg and Nick Frost send up everything from Star Wars to E.
As with Pegg and Frost's previous films together, it's derivative stuff, the plot similar to countless sci-fi flicks of the past; paying homage to the good and gently ribbing the bad.
That's not to say it's a bad film at all; it has a strong central premise, which carries much of the film, loveable central characters, the odd neat idea it turns out that Paul inspired all major works of SF post, from Close Encounters to The X-Files , and has a direct line to Steven Spielberg , and a couple of genuine laughs, but it never feels more than a rough sketch of a bigger, much funnier movie.
Upon its release in the United States, Roger Ebert gave Paul a mixed review of two and a half stars out of four, saying it is a "movie that teeters on the edge of being really pretty good and loses its way.
I'm not sure quite what goes wrong, but you can see that it might have gone right. The movie has its attractions, notably Mr.
Pegg and Mr. Frost and of course Mr. Bateman , whose ductile, noncomputer animated and open faces were made for comedy Paul proves the weak link.
Paul DVD. Paul Bande-annonce VO. Paul Teaser VO. Paul Bande-annonce VF. Paul Teaser VF. Interview, making-of et extrait.
Paul Making Of VF. Acteurs et actrices. Simon Pegg. Nick Frost. Jason Bateman. Kristen Wiig. Critiques Presse. Critiques Spectateurs.
Two sci-fi geeks take a pilgrimage to America's UFO heartland. 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 voiced by Seth Rogen has been hanging out at a top-secret military base. When he discovers he's been taken prisoner, 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 Simon Pegg and Clive Gollings Nick 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.
Written by Universal Pictures. I loved this movie. Have been a fan of Pegg and Frost since Shaun of the Dead and enjoy their genius ability to spoof a genre and still make a thoroughly entertaining and funny movie This time it's ET, Close Encounters..
Seth Rogan and I'm not usually a fan of his is superb as the voice of the Alien Paul of the title, and a cameo from Sigourney Weaver complete a superb cast who all acquit themselves well.
The story is set around two British nerds doing a UFO themed tour of the US which starts at a Comic-Con convention. As they take to the road they encounter Paul who is being pursued by 'agents'.
The chase heats up and other kooky characters join in and become part of the ensuing mayhem. I'll say no more My only complaint is the overuse of bad language expletives far too often, and although effective on a few occasions are, largely unnecessary.
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