A great cast and an enjoyable movie to keep you entertained!
Its Not one of my favourtie Pegg and Frosts movie, however bring in seth rogen and 'anal probe' then its still entertaining and keeps you very much amused!
When we see we are alienated from this world to enjoy having someone rather then no one in this world all what we enjoy seeing. When what others rather not see, means we belong to a select group of people alienated from those who are alienated from us. When what is alienated from the entire world & existence we see we don't alienate those we get to know when we enjoy the same feeling of being alienated, freedom to be who we are. When what we choose to alienate those are solely based on our values, our looks, and tastes that we all know whether we belong. When what doesn't belong and choose to alienate themselves from civility when it's government secrets we see where we belong, with those whose intentions are not cool when they are not right we see our hearts alienate hate. When what others remain alienated from the world we see they choose to remain alienated when others see the lengths others go to to use those for their own purposes to see that those different don't belong and others do. When what others can't see in what doesn't alienate us we see we are friends with those that who see us for who we are that counts when we are not alone.
'Paul' is by no means a complete disaster, and has many redeemable qualities, with the likeable cast helping no end. The problem is that it isn't funny - or at least, not nearly enough of the time; and above all it's rather forgettable.
Sadly, there was a little something missing in Paul. FIrst of all, I probably could have done without the heavy anti-religion bias, but that?s played for comedy so I didn?t take it seriously. The problem is that the movie is humorous, but it rarely seemed as clever as those times that Pegg and Frost collaborate with Edgar Wright. I didn?t get any hearty laughs from this movie, and I also never was wowed by the intelligence or satire. That?s not to say this movie was dumb or unfunny. In fact the movie was written well enough that I was actually surprised in the climax by something I never saw coming. I guess I just have high hopes and expectations when I see Pegg and Frost co-starring in a movie. I think Paul is a good film, it just needed something more in order to make it special or memorable.