'Our Idiot Brother,' a movie that sounds like it will be an uproarious knee-slapper, opens at a theater near you this weekend. Paul Rudd, who seems like a very nice man, plays a very nice man who also happens to be the title character. But, does 'Our Idiot Brother' have a dirty little secret? Is it more of a quirky indie ensemble type comedy/drama than the Apatow-esqe tone you might assume? If so, does that mean that you won't like 'Our Idiot Brother?' As a service, we answer (with, this time, some help from co-star Adam Scott) every question that you could possibly have about 'Our Idiot Brother.'
Our Idiot Brother
Based on 39 critics

An easygoing dimwit (Paul Rudd) disrupts the lives of his three ambitious sisters. Read More

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