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Our Top 5 Favourite Paul Rudd Movies

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Azra Hirji

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March 25, 2015

In honour of W Network’s premiere of Our Idiot Brother, we’ve put together a roundup of our top five favourite Paul Rudd flicks.

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Clueless
(1995)
Clueless, the very movie where we first started crushing on the cute and dorky Paul Rudd. I mean, how could we not include this movie? We loved the awkward chemistry between Cher and Josh and were more than ecstatic when they shared that infamous kiss on Cher’s spiraling staircase. 

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This is 40
(2012)
This movie made us go through all sorts of waves of emotions. From the cupcake fight to the cookie incident at the hotel, Pete’s (Rudd) emotional 40th birthday party was compelling and showed a new side of him: and we loved his on-screen chemistry with Leslie Mann.

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I Love You, Man
(2009)
This film showcased one of the best bromances in film history. Paul Rudd and Jason Segel took it one step too far with the whole ‘bromance’ thing and it was hilarious. Paul’s character, Peter, meets Sydney (played by Jason Segel) at an open house party, where they strike a friendship that soon gets a little too intense and even threatens Peter’s engagement. 

Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012)
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Though he wasn’t really a main character, we still loved his role. The movie is based off the novel about a freshman in highschool who is a little bit of an introvert. He gets taken under the wings of two seniors who welcome him to the real world as he copes with trauma, love and friendship. Perks of Being a Wallflower was definitely the feel-good movie of the year and of course Rudd's performance as an awesome teacher hit just the right note.

The Object of my Affection (1998)
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Remember this movie with Jennifer Aniston who played opposite heartthrob, Paul Rudd? Paul’s character, George, was beyond cute in this flick. He played Aniston’s gay best friend, who she seems to fall for while pregnant with her over-bearing boyfriend’s child! Oh the drama!

Which is your favourite Paul Rudd movie? Chime in below!

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