Posted on Thursday, November 29, 2012 by Missgina
If you enjoy Scotch on a Friday night, then you might enjoy Will Ferrell playing as Ron Burgundy in Anchorman. He is all class. Believe me, if there's one thing Ron Burgundy knows, it's women. Another one of my all-time favorite Will Ferrell comedies is Step Brothers. I never knew Will had such a voice of an angel.
The competition gets real between the maid of honor and a bridesmaid. If you enjoy watching Kristen Wiig on SNL, then you will love her character Annie in this movie. Even if you are not a person who is into weddings all that much (like myself), I would still recommend this one for the ladies. And since it is from the same producer as Superbad, I'd also recommend it for the guys. Another comedy that reminded me of what true friendship means is I Now Pronouce You Chuck and Larry. Adam Sandler seems to tie in drama with his comedies, and I think that is why I liked this one.
The Wayans Brothers are easily one of my favorites, ever since the comedy sketch show In Living Color. Keenen Ivory Wayans was always known to push the censorship, and he does it again as director of this movie. If you have the means, I'd highly suggest you pay a visit to the library because we have all five seasons of In Living Color.
For most people, Friday's just the day before the weekend. Ice Cube plays Craig, a guy who somehow gets fired on his day off, ends up hanging out with his friends, and gets into some crazy stuff with some enemies, all over the course of one day. Another movie that I think you would enjoy if you liked this joint would be Dave Chappelle in Half Baked.
For those who like a man in uniform, I would recommend two Channing Tatum flicks- 21 Jump Street and Magic Mike. Even though the latter title is not necessarily of the comedy genre, it still made me laugh and cringe at the same time.
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