Tagged: Will Ferrell

Movie Review: ‘Zoolander 2’

The sequel "Zoolander 2" meets expectations, but ultimately doesn't match the quality of its predecessor.

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Movie Review ‘Daddy’s Home’

"Daddy's Home" is once again a good pairing of Ferrell and Walhberg, but it doesn't quite get the heavy laughs it should be getting. Scott Youngbauer reviews...

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Movie Review: Get Hard

Andrew Payne reviews Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart in Get Hard, a film that, despite its best efforts, manages to be a pretty worthwhile comedy.

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Review: ‘Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues’

It's been nine years, and the news team is back. How well do Ron Burgundy and company fare?

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10 SNL Sketches Turned Movies

For better or for worse, SNL has consistently tried to make audiences laugh with movie versions of their favorite sketches. Though Bill Hader has nixed a Stefon movie, it's gotten us nostalgic -- Samantha Wilson looks back at the 10 most memorable SNL movies to date.

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The Top 10 Recurring Saturday Night Live Characters

SNL casts and characters may come and go, but these characters are here to stay. Samantha Wilson counts down her favorites.

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Review: ‘The Campaign’

While it doesn't have the most biting political satire, The Campaign still makes for an enjoyable afternoon says Lauren Herstik.

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Box Office: Casa De Tatum

Ferrell's R-rated latest loses Box Office to piece of cardboard. I mean Channing Tatum.

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Review: ‘Casa de mi Padre’ is a Hilarious Spoof

Will Ferrell stars in a Spanish language comedy Casa de mi Padre in which Ferrell actually speaks Spanish throughout. Angela Stern reviews this highly enjoyable telenovela spoof.

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Who Wants to be the Boss of ‘The Office’?

Steve Carell's tenure has ended, Will Ferrells brief stint is over, but The Office still needs a boss. Jordan Thompson gives you a thorough rundown of all the candidates.

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Review: ‘Everything Must Go’

Everything Must Go, based on the Raymond Carver short story "Why Don't you Dance?" and starring Will Ferrell, is a modest drama that reflects much of the unease of our time, says Paul Hansen.

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Movie Statues for Cities

With a Rocky Statue in Philadelphia and a Robocop statue being proposed in Detroit, what city movie statues could be next? Steve Neumann looks at ten potential movie statues in different cities across America.

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Megamind Reviewed

Megamind is a solid effort from Dreamworks, but isn't up to Pixar's level, writes Courteney Merritt.

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