has no real plot, and it beats a one-joke premise to death. Normally, this would be the start of a negative review, but that one joke is funny and works as a fairly good setup for the comedic duo of Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly. The Talladega Nights
actors (along with that films director, Adam McKay) return for their latest exercise in silliness, and while the results arent as consistent as they were in Talladega
, theyre still funny. I probably laughed hard a good 15 times, and for that, I recommend it, but its not what I would expect from McKay and Ferrell. The movie is at its best when the two stepbrothers are fighting. A scene involving Reilly being buried alive had me in stitches. Hopefully, this isnt the last time Ferrell and Reilly team up; they just need slightly meatier scripts in the future.