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Cameron Diaz is a guy-happy, commitmentphobic beauty who decides to mend her ways after she meets Mr. Right, in the form of Thomas Jane, at a club. Jane invites Diaz to a pre-wedding party, but she didn't get his last name, so she joins roommates Christina Applegate and Selma Blair on a wild and raunchy road trip to find the wedding...unaware that it's Jane's. Very, very funny movie that shows off its stars in both hilarious and sexy ways, specifically Diaz and Applegate who strip down to bra/bikini tops and revealing bottoms for an entire scene. Blair, in the meantime, has sex with a guy in an elephant costume!
|Christina Applegate Nude In Anchorman|
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An unrepentantly stupid, but utterly hilarious comedy from writer/director Adam McKay and co-writer/star Will Ferrell casts Ferrell as an early 1970's news anchor and all-around egoist named Ron Burgundy that meets his match when the network brass decide to bring in the lovely, vivacious and very smart Veronica Corningstone onto the staff. In this pre-feminist world, Burgundy and his Channel 9 News-Team cronies Brik Tamland - a winningly oddball weatherman played as amusingly dense Steve Carell, Brian Fantana - a wannabe lothario and ace field reporter brought to life by Paul Rudd, and Champ Kind - a loudmouth sports guy armed with a single catchphrase for laughs portrayed by David Koechner, don't know how to deal with a powerful, self-respecting woman in the workplace. So they make a bet to see who can bed her first, but Burgundy soon discovers that this singleminded pursuit is, well, singleminded and thereafter fans the flames of love for Corningstone. Unfortunately, their courtship hits the rocks when a carelessly tossed burrito leads to tragedy for Ron. Unable to free himself from a "glass case of emotion," he misses the first anchor shift of his career... a shift covered by Corningstone. Corningstone pleads with Ron to applaud her in her moment of triumph as becoming a National Anchorperson is her dream, but even as her "peer and gentleman lover" Ron can't see past his rage at this "scorpion woman." Threats of "punching her in the babymaker" ensue, and a practical joke played on the tragically dumb Burgundy gets him fired when he casually signs-off a newscast with an expletive included on the teleprompter. As Corningstone assumes more and more power at the station, Ron sinks into despair, alcohol and drinking warm milk on hot summer days - which everyone knows "is a bad choice." All the while, a Panda Bear is about to give birth at the San Diego Zoo, promising the contentious various news-teams in the area (who at one point get into a violent, impromtu melee with horses, a man on fire, and Brik killing a guy with a trident) the biggest news story of their careers. Alas trouble befalls Channel 9, and without anyone to read the news they're destined to end up last in the ratings.
Anchorman is far funnier than any synopsis written about its tremendously goofy plot ever could be thanks to perfect casting and impeccable comedic timing. Ferrell in particular is impossibly perfect as Burgundy, a slimy, self-loving dolt that still manages to be immensely likable despite uttering nonsense such as this about his hometown: "Discovered by the Germans in 1904, they named it San Diego, which of course in German means a whale's vagina." Similarly, Carell, Rudd and Koechner all get in some fantastic one-liners that you'll be repeating for months - maybe even years - after you hear them.
Alas, there is another standout among the cast that shines just as bright as Farrell (and is infinitely more attractive.) As portrayed by the bright-eyed and game-for-anything Christina Applegate, Veronica Corningstone is a driven, vital and positively gorgeous damsel causing distress - a perfect foil for Farrell's "All-Man" Burgundy. Applegate nails Veronica's every line with perfect timing, standing toe-to-toe with comedy's top guys and looking non-plussed. Additionally, in a fantasy sequence during which Burgundy imagines his future with Corningstone, Applegate doesn't mind showing off what she's got as she greets him in a side-boob revealing housekeeping outfit. Beautiful, funny and daring, it's no surprise network television decided to give Applegate her own show a couple years after Anchorman's release.
If you appreciate broad comedies with out-of-left-field plot hooks populated with foolish characters, Anchorman is not only likely to please, but may very well become a favorite. The zany comedy is carried off by a cast of seasoned professionals working at the top of their game, and the result is arguably one of the funniest movies ever made.