Will Ferrell is a favourite of ours here, and lately he is going from strength to strength. In fact, he is entering a Bill Murray type realm where he can pretty much do whatever eccentric activities pop into his brain and people will love him even more.
It was so large that it was able to travel across the full breadth of the sun, with the waves moving at over a million miles per hour, zipping from one side of the sun to the other in about an hour.
It was an eerie night, with creeping music playing, crucifix’s everywhere, black birds flying overhead- all while fans rugged up outside preparing to watch the film.
Some people are very proactive. When they have some spare time they get to work and prove to you that you’re lazy and you could achieve so much more in your life between that day job you hate and all time you spend hung-over.
Recently Ferrell took to the court to announce the players of New Orleans Hornets (who currently have the second worst record in the NBA at 4-22) as well as talking trash about the Chicago Bulls (who are doing a little bit better at 22-6).
This might be an oldie but it’s a goodie. ‘The Vodka Movies’ by Tim Heidecker, Eric Wareheim and Zach Galifianakis don’t exactly sell the product but it sure as hell makes you remember it.
The full length “Ferris Bueller Returns” sees Matthew Broderick as himself, skipping out on a day of acting work and living it up in his fairly lameballs cars. Sure, it cements Broderick’s daggy nature – but with The Hangover’s Todd Phillips behind the camera you can rest assured that this is a pretty fun and fresh twist to the ’80s classic.
From the grand old team that is Peter Serafinowicz and Robert Popper, here are three modules from the ‘Look Around You’ collection.
When someone takes something that already exists and puts a new angle on it you usually end up with a blight as unholy as KFC’s tower burger or a piece of home-gym equipment that can fit under your bed but will ruin your back forever.
Mike O’Brien and Rob Klein (writers on Saturday Night Live) have applied the ancient teenage fumbling art form that is 7 minutes in heaven to the interview format.
These are “The Office Values” the Microsoft UK Training videos featuring David Brent (Ricky Gervais) and Stephen Merchant. They are like finding a “lost Beatles record”, a bonus gift to comedy die hards. Watch, enjoy, laugh!
Their latest venture is Life’s Too Short which follows a small actor… literally. Warrick Davis is probably best known as being an elf or gnome in pretty much every British fantasy film that’s ever been put to celluloid – so it makes perfect sense for Warwick to try to join Gervais’ merry band of misfits.