If you're a Will Ferrell fan, there's no reason not to see this. It's not as moronically immature (ie. GREAT) as Step Brothers or Anchorman, but it has several moments of pure hilarity that make it worth the price. Marky Mark holds his own against the current king of comedy quite well, mostly acting as the straight man, but having a few moments of comedic genius of his own. And with a supporting cast the likes of Michael Keaton, Sam Jackson and The Rock, it's a hoot. Problems? It's PG-13, so if you're looking for those truly outrageous explosions of vulgar insanity you might have come to expect from a Will Ferrell/Adam McKay joint, you'll be disappointed. And in my opinion, a good ten minutes needed to be trimmed from the end. A worthy effort, but doesn't quite stand up to the best of the Will Ferrell collection.
|8/10||newscott13@ - 400 reviews|
23.8.2010 - age: 36-49
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