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Jason Segel & Paul Rudd Meet Rush (2011)

Two Rush fans go backstage to meet the band in their dressing room. Once there, they start helping themselves to the refreshments for the band.

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Two Rush fans - Sydney and Peter - go backstage to meet the band in their dressing room after a concert. Unknown to Peter, Sydney has forged their back-stage passes (spelling "ACCESS" with 3 Cs). While waiting for the band to come and sign Peter's guitar, Sydney starts digging into the after-gig food that has been laid out, specifically Neil Peart's sandwich. When the trio arrive, will they be prima donna celebrities, or just regular guys? Written by Tony B-4

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31 January 2011 (USA)  »

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This short film is shown at the very end of Rush's concerts on their "Time Machine" tour, after all their encores. See more »

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Follows I Love You, Man (2009) See more »

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They still have the music
14 September 2013 | by (Berlin, Germany) – See all my reviews

Because acting surely isn't their thing at all. Even if the Rush trio hasn't much more to do than standing and watching Segel and Rudd do their show, it became blatantly obvious how they lack any acting talent. It surely didn't help that the writing was pretty horrible too. One minute they smile and the next they act all enraged how they dare enter their room. Segel and Rudd were okay mostly, although when they started singing, I was about to switch it off. Sadly the only treat here is for the boys, none for the viewer for sitting through these 6 minutes.

Usually, I'd say this is only one to watch for the fans of any of the people involved, but here I'm not even sure if you're doing yourself a favor to watch this one if you like Rush's music. Not recommended. Funnyordie has done better on many occasions.


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