Hard to watch. Probably funnyman Paul Rudd's most dramatic role to date, mildly down and out actor Paul (Paul Rudd) takes us on his journey to film what are supposed to be his last two days before he kills himself. Slightly down on his luck professionally, but as described by his friends, much better situated than 90% of the people in the world, Paul just wants it all to end. Always the filmmaker, he decides that filming this descent towards death may be his crowning achievement. After friends and family and his film crew try to get it through to Paul that once he's dead, he doesn't get to see and acknowledge the F You's and haha's to the world, he nevertheless displays a certain stubbornness that he just doesn't care. Will he go through with his plan? Will his friends be able to embark on this journey with him? As difficult as it is to join Paul in his journey as an audience, it's a crowning achievement in eliciting an emotional response from the viewer. Paul Rudd turns in an outstanding performance.