All the Paul Rudd movies on Netflix

Paul Rudd (Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images)
Paul Rudd (Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images) /

Can’t get enough of Paul Rudd? Same here, friends. And from the looks of it, Netflix can’t seem to either. After all, there’s a plethora of flicks for those of you, like me, who find themselves in need of another Paul Rudd movie fix, whether you’re in the mood for a comedic classic or one of his more serious roles.

So let’s take a quick look at the lengthy lineup to start.

What Paul Rudd movies are on Netflix?

The list includes: How Do You Know, Dinner With Schmucks, The Fundamentals of Caring, Living With Yourself, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Mute, Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp, Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later, and The Little Prince.

This impressive and extensive collection of Rudd films truly makes knowing where to start binging the hardest part. What can we say, he really knows how to pick ’em when it comes to a good script!

And so with that said, it’s pretty difficult to go wrong with any of the films on Netflix featuring the talented and hilarious actor. To get you off to a rock solid start, let’s take a quick look at two of my personal favorites of Rudd’s roles and the movies that you should definitely check out ASAP.

The Fundamentals of Caring

The Fundamentals of Caring was an immediate hit with audiences, and continues to gain an impressive following. Netflix describes the plot of this heartwarming indie feature starring Rudd as so:

"In this inspirational buddy comedy, a young shut-in and his caregiver take a road trip in search of landmarks, but end up finding hope and friendship."

And I promise you this, this popular pick has a little something for everyone.

The Perks of Being a Wallflower

In this coming-of-age drama based on the book by the same name, Rudd plays the English teacher you never knew you always wanted. And his little nuggets of wisdom will leave you coming back for more almost as soon as the credits roll. I guarantee it.

Clearly, there’s tons of Paul Rudd movies to pick from, so happy streaming!

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