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What if Tina Fey and Paul Rudd finally starred in a movie together - as romantic foils, no less - and it somehow managed to be just barely charming or funny or sweet or real? Too bad, that movie now exists and it’s Paul Weitz‘s Admission. Based...Show More Summary
Hey everyone. Capone in Chicago here. I'd suspected for a while that the trailers for the latest film from director Paul Weitz (AMERICAN PIE, ABOUT A BOY, IN GOOD COMPANY) was a bit more of an emotional journey than the trailers were leading on, and I'm glad that turned out to be true. Show More Summary
Opening in theaters today is the new comedy/drama, Admission, which pairs Tina Fey (“30 Rock,” Baby Mama) and Paul Rudd (This is 40, I Love You, Man) for the first time together on screen. Based on the novel by Jean … Continue readi...
We accepted that Paul Rudd was 40 in This Is 40, because it was right there in the title. But if it had been called This Is 26, we would have accepted that just as easily. Because while in human years Rudd may be 43, he never seems to actually age: He ... More »
Read our 'Admission' review to find out if Tina Fey and Paul Rudd make a entertaining and charming movie duo.
There are no bad jokes in Admission. There are no embarrassing pratfalls, silly twists, or stupid gags. Admission isn't a dreadful bore. It's not mawkish, it's not awkward, and it's not dumb. In fact, the only thing wrong with Admission...
Leslie Mann discusses the DVD release of Judd Apatow's "This is 40" also starring Paul Rudd, plus guest starring on "Girls" and "Modern Family."
If the bad news about Admission, the new Tina Fey-Paul Rudd vehicle from director Paul Weitz, is that it won’t quite fill that already gaping 30 Rock-size hole in your heart, the good news is that it is an altogether smarter and more interesting film than its trailers promise. Show More Summary
Admission, about a Princeton admissions officer (Tina Fey) who discovers that a young applicant (Nat Wolff) may be the son she gave up for adoption when she was a college student, opens today. The film, which co-stars Paul Rudd, is a light comedy with a very different approach than that ... More »
Do you want to date Paul Rudd? (Rhetorical question — you do.) Fortunately, the release of his new film Admission has revealed the quickest way to Rudd's heart: All you have to do is appear in an NBC Thursday night sitcom — easy enough! — and you'll be drafted to ... More »
"Admission," the romantic comedy that deals with the stressful world of getting into college, has a premise that makes you wonder why no one has attempted it before. It was the more absurd elements of that process that attracted Tina Fey to the project, as she told MTV News when we sat down with her [...]
These days, there are very few "sure things" in entertainment. But one thing we can always count on is that if Paul Rudd is involved, we are in for a treat - be it a treat of stupid dancing, goofy voices, or just a flash of that preciously...Show More Summary
Admission could be a terrific satire of college politics, or the story of a childless woman who learns the joy of parenting, or even a rom-com where an uptight professional falls for a tree hugger. Instead, the new dramedy starring Paul Rudd and Tina Fey teases all of the above without settling on a theme. Show More Summary
Charming. A refreshing topic and setting for a romance between opposites. Tina Fey plays by-the-book Princeton admissions officer Portia Nathan. Paul Rudd oversees an alternative...
In Admission, Tina Fey and Paul Rudd play opposite each other in a collaboration that's loaded with potential, but their onscreen chemistry falls surprisingly flat. Fey plays Portia, a staunchly by-the-books Princeton admissions officer...Show More Summary
Director Paul Weitz is also on hand for a behind-the-scenes look at this romantic comedy, in theaters this March. [...]
What is it about the Admission funnyman that makes him so gosh darn likable?? We think we have some answers.