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  • Actors: Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Seth Rogen, Mia Stallard, Jeremy Owen
  • Directors: Greg Mottola
  • Writers: Simon Pegg, Nick Frost
  • Producers: Adam Schardein, Debra Hayward, Eric Fellner, Liza Chasin, Natascha Wharton
  • Format: AC-3, Dolby, Dubbed, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English, French, Spanish
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: Sept. 11 2012
  • Run Time: 214 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 54 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B0050PYNP8
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #7,496 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Simon Pegg and Nick Frost (Hot Fuzz, Shaun of the Dead) reunite as sci-fi geeks taking a pilgrimage to America’s UFO heartland. There they meet a smart-ass alien, Paul (voiced by Seth Rogen), who takes them on an insane road trip. As they struggle to return Paul home, the little green man might just take the outcasts from misfits to intergalactic heroes.From the director of Superbad, Greg Mottola, and with a stellar supporting cast including Jason Bateman, Kristen Wiig, Bill Hader, Joe Lo Truglio, Jane Lynch and Sigourney Weaver, Paul is a must-own comedy adventure not to be missed!

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Everything you know about aliens from pop culture is true. At least that's the message from Paul, a swift, sharp, and very funny movie from the creative minds that also brought us Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, Superbad, and Adventureland. The British stars of the first two, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, also wrote the snappy screenplay, and director Greg Mottola shows that he can make human and sentimental both the slapstick and the subtle, self-referential humor the same way he did in Superbad and Adventureland. The premise Pegg and Frost have laid out for themselves as likable, sci-fi fanatic supernerds is a dream vacation starting at Comic Con, then continuing through the American Southwest in an RV visiting historic UFO sites like Area 51, the Black Mailbox, and Roswell, and finishing up at Devil's Tower in Wyoming, the iconic centerpiece from Close Encounters of the Third Kind. After their inauspicious start, they happen upon an escaped alien who is 4 feet tall, and has the big head, classic diamond eyes, and features we've come to recognize as both the benevolent and evil kinds of space aliens from movies and TV. He is also the titular character, and as voiced by Seth Rogen, this CGI creature spouts a never-ending string of wisecracks, insider secrets, and frat-boy humor that comes loud and clear as classic Rogen in tone and attitude. As an aside and terrific example of the very clever throwaway punch lines that run throughout, there's a brief flashback to 1980 showing Paul on a conference call with Steven Spielberg (really), giving him advice about script development issues for E.T.

Paul crash-landed in the late 1940s and has been held prisoner by the government's men in black. They've not only been pumping him for knowledge, they've also leaked the fabric and features of his being to people who want to believe, especially the ones in Hollywood. Now Paul wants to go home, and he's found the perfect getaway with the want-to-believe team of Graeme (Pegg) and Clive (Frost), who take him to his rendezvous (at Devil's Tower, of course). The road movie that unfolds is consistently hilarious, moving nimbly through one-off gags and inside jokes, but also creating larger relationships and drawn-out humor that relies on us believing that the little CGI Paul is real. And mostly we do, again thanks to Rogen's delivery and distinctive vocalizing. Paul constantly quips, makes fun, gets drunk, smokes dope, and spouts a steady stream of patter about how aliens have been bowdlerized and reimagined in entertainment and the minds of people like Graeme and Clive. There's a jam-packed supporting cast that complements and complicates the story (in a good way), including Bill Hader and Joe Lo Truglio as the bumbling men in black, and Jason Bateman as the scary man in black. Also passing through are some fun familiar faces like Jane Lynch, David Koechner, Jeffrey Tambor, John Carroll Lynch, and an iconic sci-fi actress who shall remain unnamed. Especially good is Kristen Wiig as a fundamentalist Christian whose mind is literally blown by Paul. Amid the broad humor and nonstop punch lines there's also a sweetness that stays with each finely drawn character (including Paul) and gives Paul an amiable sentimentality that runs throughout. Everyone clearly had fun making this movie, and that's exactly how it is to watch. --Ted Fry

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By LeBrain HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on Aug. 19 2011
Format: Blu-ray
You know how most comedies today put all the best stuff in the trailers, and the movies are crap? Paul is the opposite. The trailers were not that great (Paul mooning out of a bus window) but the movie is so much better!

I've watched the different versions of Paul three times now in three weeks. It's that kind of movie. Every time you watch it, you see more stuff. Be it a laugh or an homage, this was an incredibly well written script with great performances from the stars and co-stars.

I've been getting kinda sick of Seth Rogen lately, but Paul succeeds both because of and in spite of him. Simon Pegg and Nick Frost wrote and starred in a great movie here. It succeeds in combining characters that you actually care about with outrageous situations. Throw in some damn fine sci-fi references and performances and now we're cooking.

It is a science fiction nerd's dream. Remember that "Homage-o-meter" that was on the DVDs of Spaced? You could do the same thing with Paul. From little bits of dialogue here and there ("Punch it!") to flat out homages (re-enacting the Kirk-Gorn fight on the same mountain) this movie is loaded with loving references to the best of the best of the best.

Paul crash landed on Earth in 1947 and just wants to get home, before the US government cuts out his brain to gain his powers. In the decades since, his image has been leaked out to us in the form of movies (great Speilberg voice cameo) so as to not shock us when contact is revealed. Paul has escaped and runs into our two heroes, straight on their way from Comic-Con.

Before too long, Paul, Clive and Graeme are on the run from the CIA with others complicating the mix. Two "hillbilly types" and a bible thumper all chase them for their own reasons.
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Format: Blu-ray
Two British amateur ufologists Graeme Willy (Simon Pegg) and Clive Gollings (Nick Frost) visit COMICON in the US. Then they are off to the UFO sites in the US. They have a close encounter with a maniac driver. Little did they know they were going to encounter Paul an, an area 51 escapee who just wants to go home. We go along for the ride. There we encounter several cultures on the journey.

I first saw the trailer for this movie on TV; the one where Paul brings the bird back to life and then does what comes naturally. That set the tone for the whole film. The film does offend prudes of all types with it British style of humor (however Universal City, CA) if not it would have let someone down. For me it was the excessive potty mouth. However being part of the aggregate it was probably necessary.

A nice side part of the film is that they make fun of or incorporate a tad of quit a few of the major sci-fi movies. Watching the extras we learn that they went out of the way to also incorporate filming stiles of some great movies.

For some sort on inexplicable reason I really enjoyed the film and it made me think of a lesser known film named Out There [VHS] (1995), of which I am still waiting for an official DVR transfer.

Out There [VHS]
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"Paul" is a hilarious and quirky science fiction film about two comic book fanatics (Graeme Willy and Clive Gollings) that have an unexpected alien encounter that changes their life. Simon Pegg and Nick Frost play characters that have come all the way from England to attend a Comic-Con event that is held in California. Naturally, they also want to explore other parts of America as well. During their road trip they accidently run into an alien that calls himself Paul (voiced by Seth Rogen). The movie starts out with some good humour, but the chances to laugh really increase once Paul persuasively convinces Graeme and Clive to take him to where he needs to go. Jason Bateman plays a scandalous but crafty government agent who is also determined to capture Paul for his own personal ulterior motives. "Paul" is a great movie to watch for those who enjoy films that contain elements of comedy and/or science fiction.
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By LeBrain HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on Aug. 17 2011
Format: Blu-ray
You know how most comedies today put all the best stuff in the trailers, and the movies are crap? Paul is the opposite. The trailers were not that great (Paul mooning out of a bus window) but the movie is so much better!

I've watched the different versions of Paul three times now in three weeks. It's that kind of movie. Every time you watch it, you see more stuff. Be it a laugh or an homage, this was an incredibly well written script with great performances from the stars and co-stars.

I've been getting kinda sick of Seth Rogen lately, but Paul succeeds both because of and in spite of him. Simon Pegg and Nick Frost wrote and starred in a great movie here. It succeeds in combining characters that you actually care about with outrageous situations. Throw in some damn fine sci-fi references and performances and now we're cooking.

It is a science fiction nerd's dream. Remember that "Homage-o-meter" that was on the DVDs of Spaced? You could do the same thing with Paul. From little bits of dialogue here and there ("Punch it!") to flat out homages (re-enacting the Kirk-Gorn fight on the same mountain) this movie is loaded with loving references to the best of the best of the best.

Paul crash landed on Earth in 1947 and just wants to get home, before the US government cuts out his brain to gain his powers. In the decades since, his image has been leaked out to us in the form of movies (great Speilberg voice cameo) so as to not shock us when contact is revealed. Paul has escaped and runs into our two heroes, straight on their way from Comic-Con.

Before too long, Paul, Clive and Graeme are on the run from the CIA with others complicating the mix. Two "hillbilly types" and a bible thumper all chase them for their own reasons.
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