Thursday, July 19, 2007

This is no anchorman

While one of my friend's blogs does a better job at movie reviews, I'd like to weigh in on my evening's choice. Netflix brought me Talladega Nights: Ballad of Ricky Bobby. The simple title alone leads me to believe that the studios hoped this would lead to a sequel.

I hated the beginning of this movie, and then it got funny, and then it got crappy again. So all in all, I laughed but not like Anchorman. That is a movie I could see again and still laugh at new things. The jokes were so predictable, and not that funny in this one. The ladies in the movie were hot, so that was a good thing. However, there was no nudity, so again we're back to the middle ground.

I give it a 6/10.

However what I do give a 9 out of 10 is Foodler. This is a site in certain cities that allows you to put in your zip code and it'll find delivery places that will deliver to you according the the time it is. And you can pay by credit card, and keep your usual orders on the site. I recommend it if you're in their catchment area.

2 comments:

boyski said...

I thought the movie was sucky as well. My favorite part was when he didn't know what to do with his hands while being interviewed.

Graham Campbell said...

That part was funny. And the part where Michael Clark Duncan is reading the Judy Blume novel was pretty good as well.