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The Hangover (2009)
The Best Comedy in a LONG Time
When I first heard about The Hangover I thought Wow this movie is going to suck. Then I saw something that told me that The Hangover was a box office smash and I suddenly decided to give the movie a try. Best decision I have made on a movie in my life.
It has the typical group of friends when there is a wedding. The crazy one, Alan (Zach Galifianakis), The one that is going to tell you that you are making the biggest mistake of your life, Phil (Bradley Cooper), and the one who isn't allowed to do anything because he is whipped, (Ed Helms). What is so great about this film is it takes a normal thing (a bachelor party) and gives it a twist (A "Hangover").
The acting is amazing, the script is amazing, and the plat is amazing which adds up to be an amazing film.
Stranger Than Fiction (2006)
A Surprisingly Smart Film
Most of Willl Ferrell's characters are morons. Ricky Bobby, Ron Burgandy, and so many others just stupid. Normally when I hear Will Ferrell's movies I get excited an then disappointed. This movie is different from the others.
This movie is focused on Harold Crick an IRS agent whose life is being written on by a person who kills off all of her main characters. Crick now has to find a way to stop it. The author learns of what she is doing and is forced with a tough decision to let him live or to write the novel anyway.
This movie isn't one of Will Ferrell's stupid comedies. It truly has a meaning and a great one at that.
An overall funny film
This is a hilarious movie. There are many things that make this movie great. The cast is unbelievable. Will Ferrell, Christina Applegate, Paul Rudd, and Steve Carell could not have played their roles any better and for the majority of them it is their best work. Steve Carell's, Mentally Reatarded Brick, is so dumb it makes him hilarious and everything he says is pure comic gold. Anchorman takes place in a time in which men ruled and women were finally fighting back. Unfortunately, it appears as if they had jumped the gun in montages. Will Ferrell's Ron Burgandy loses his dog, his job, and his mind. The jokes are funny, the acting is superb, but the script is poorly crafted in an overall great film.