Aah...I knew this movie was gonna be good....How I hate the mad b#$^ for not letting me see it, and wasting our tickets. Never trust a woman who wants to shop, my friends, you could then miss out having a good time at the movies. Seriously, Will Ferrell is top-class since he was first seen (for mainstream audiences) in Elf, then came (hope am right) Anchorman, followed it up with the disappointing Bewitched (he sure had moments) and is now excellent in the latest 'Stranger than Fiction' (can you believe it, from the director of Finding Neverland, Monster's ball and Stay). Wow! Keep 'em coming, Will! Won't even mind special appearances like the one in 'Wedding Crashers'.
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There's much debate about the funny quotient of Will Ferrell. Is his brand of humor absurdist? (I know that's not a word. Yet.) Post-Modern? Is his brand of humor lampooning and simultaneously celebrating the everyday American man and all that he holds dear? Or is it just a no-holds-barred SNL sketch let run amok in running time and production values?
We don't know the answer to these questions, really. Maybe he is all of these things. Or maybe he is just someone who works really hard at making you laugh. His self-esteem, restraint, and all definitions of good taste, are ....