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Actor and comedian Will Ferrell has signed on to make his Broadway debut in the one-man comedy, "You're Welcome America: A Final Night With George W. Bush." Variety.com said the stage show is the latest collaboration between Ferrell and writer-director Adam McKay.
By GATES, Charlie Step Brothers (R16) Directed by Adam McKay * * Reviewed by Charlie Gates . Step Brothers has no lack of comic talent, but a major shortage of charisma and laughs. I wanted to like this film and had high hopes, but was disappointed. On paper it should work.
By Nicholas Barber It's not too soon to get nostalgic for the floppy-haired decade, according to this tender indie comedy and its lovable star Film 2 The Wackness Jonathan Levine 105 MINS, 15 Step Brothers Adam McKay 97 MINS, 15 Babylon AD Mathieu Kassovitz 90 MINS, 12 Angel Francois Ozon 105 MINS, 15 Well, it's happening already.
Will Ferrell's man-child comedy routine is beginning to wear so thin it's becoming hard to remember why we ever found him funny.
By Kate Dawson WHEN it comes to showing the funny side of serious situations, you can always rely on Hollywood's Frat Pack - the band of comic brothers led by the likes of Ben Stiller and Will Ferrell.
By GRANT LAUCHLAN ANOTHER week and another comedy from Hollywood golden boy Judd Apatow. If he were making pop music, he'd be the movie equivalent of Stock, Aitken and Waterman.
By TARA CAIN STEP BROTHERS (15) STARS: Will Ferrel, John C Reily, Mary Steenburgen. DIRECTOR: Adam McKay. THE biggest laugh in Adam McKay's comedy of escalating sibling rivalry comes before the opening credits roll.
By JAMES MOTTRAM Film STEP BROTHERS ACROSS THE UK John C Reilly is ranting. The 43-year-old actor is furious about some of the less-than-complimentary reviews of his new film, Step Brothers, a brash comedy about two overgrown adolescents still living at home.
By David Germain LOS ANGELES -- In comedy, Hollywood has learned that raunch sells. Studios prefer their funny flicks in the benign PG-13 mold, a rating that keeps the audience broad to fill as many seats as possible.
By DAVID GERMAIN By David Germain The Associated Press LOS ANGELES IN COMEDY, Hollywood has learned that raunch sells. Studios prefer their funny flicks in the benign PG-13 mold, a rating that keeps the audience broad to fill as many seats as possible.
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.