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His news is bigger than your news.
|It's the 70's and ron burgundy is the king of san diego - the most popular anchorman in town. In ron's world, women don't belong in the newsroom, unless they're doing cooking segments. So when rising star reporter veronice corningstone fills in for ro one night and ratings soar, it makes him think. And that's not easy!|
"Full force Will Ferrell at his best. And as an added bonus, we all get one of the funniest movies of the year...that is if you don't mind your humor on the rude and crude side. Eric Campos, Film Threat
"You will laugh. Then you will laugh some more. Then you will laugh still again. Stephen Hunter, Washington Post
Editor's NoteIt's the early 1970s and the local anchorman is not only a source of news but a revered local hero. In San Diego, Ron Burgundy (Will Ferrell), a mustachioed bachelor with a taste for scotch, unparalleled passion for the jazz flute, and a near-telepathic connection with his spirited mutt, Baxter, is that man. Rounding out Ron's testosterone-heavy news team are his close friends--cologne-obsessed man-on-the-street Brian Fantana (Paul Rudd), sports reporter Champ Kind (Dave Koechner), and mentally challenged weatherman Brick Tamland (Steve Carrell). Their male camaraderie is challenged, though, when producer Ed Harken (Fred Willard), pressured by changing times, brings the first female reporter, ambitious Veronica Corningstone (Christina Applegate), to the team. Ron finds his chauvinistic ideals compromised further when he starts falling in love with her.Fueled by Ferrell's singularly loopy persona, ANCHORMAN joins the long list of comedies which have successfully poked fun at the styles and mores of the '70s. Here, with Ferrell's script and Adam McKay's direction, the character of Ron Burgundy becomes a full-bodied comic creation whose possibilities for laughs aren't nearly exhausted by the end credits. The result is an often hilarious celebration of moustaches, wide neckties, alcohol abuse, and good, old-fashioned sexism.
Cast & Crew
|Adam McKay - Director|
|Adam McKay - Screenplay|
|Brent White - Editor|
|Judd Apatow - Producer|
|Thomas E. Ackerman - Cinematographer|
|Will Ferrell - Screenplay|