When comedy shines a light on big-money political campaigns
Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis
Directed by Jay Roach

Those hoping “The Campaign” would be an economic-political satire will probably be a little disappointed, but for those ready to laugh at some Dog-Gate 2012-like absurdity with two comedic heavyweights behind the wheel, this Will Ferrell-Zach Galifianakis comedy hits the mark. Ferrell is Cam Brady, on his way to another term as congressman for Hammond, NC, while Galifianakis is Marty Huggins, ... more >

Ron Burgundy IS BACK

The Myth. The Legend. The flute player.

When you announce your own sequel in character, might as well do it in style. The totally-unknown-in-France Will Ferrell showed up on Conan on Thursday night dressed up in his anchorman suit (it's burgundy-colored, the 1986 vintage) and playing the flute (I think he thought he was Clarence Clemons doing a saxophone solo). Ferrell announced loud and clear that Anchorman would be made into a ... more >

Everything must go

Will Ferrell in rare dramatic form
Will Ferrell, Glenn Howerton and Rebecca Hall
Directed by Dan Rush

“Everything Must Go,” debuting director Dan Rush's adaptation of Raymond Carver's six-page short story "Why Don't You Dance?," doesn't quite lift Carver's hauntingly minimalist tone from the page. By creating a back-story for its vague central figure—a solemnly drunk man inexplicably selling his belongings out of his backyard—he's inevitably extracted some of the dark ambiguity of Carver's prose. ... more >