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Holmes and Watson, the latest Will Ferrell comedy flick, just hit a Redbox near you. In his two-decades-plus on the screen, Farrell has starred in dozens of movies. Let’s talk about our faves!

What’s your favorite Will Ferrell movie?

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    Shemp Howard [visitor]

    “ELF” (2003)

    You could put pretty much any 6’3? actor in an elf suit and get some chuckles, but casting Will Ferrell as an orphan raised at the North Pole — by Bob “Papa Elf” Newhart, no less — was a stroke of comic genius. What tends to get lost in all the shouting and inappropriate nudity is that Ferrell excels at playing gentle, childlike men whose open-heartedness is exceeded only by their oafishness, and in Elf‘s Buddy Hobbs, he found a role that perfectly highlighted that skill. And the casting genius didn’t end there — Elf also includes inspired turns by Newhart in an elf’s cap, Ed Asner as Santa, James Caan as Ferrell’s gruff, exasperated biological father, and, for Pete’s sake, Leon Redbone as a talking snowman. Singling out holiday movies for critical beatdowns has become something of an annual tradition, but in this case, our top scribes were left filled with holiday cheer — like the late Roger Ebert, who beamed, “this is one of those rare Christmas comedies that has a heart, a brain and a wicked sense of humor, and it charms the socks right off the mantelpiece.”

    IMDb 6.9/10
    RT 84%
    metacritic 64%

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    Al Stevens [visitor]

    Stranger Than Fiction; hands down!

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    Anchorman 1 & 2

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    I have happy dreams of Will Ferrell losing his head to the Highlander, Connor Macleod. There can be only one…

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    Connie [visitor]


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    Roy Aumiller [visitor]

    Get Hard

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    Jonathan [visitor]

    Elf followed by Anchorman

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    david chin [visitor]

    Elf. It was a lot cleaner, and suitable for children and families to view

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    Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby

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    Karen [visitor]


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    Megamind – voice actor, and Blades of Glory and Zoolander – actor.

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    A Night At The Roxbury!

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    Hope Saville [visitor]

    A Night At The Roxbury

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    A Night at the Roxbury

    — This movie was too funny for words… That is, you have to see it to believe it!

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    Blades of Glory… That movie gets funnier each time I watch it.

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    I don’t care for Will Ferrell

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    Not a fan, but Stranger than fiction was good.

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    The Dick in Aunt Bea.

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    Michele [mflores191gmail-com]

    Elf of course

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    Bunny455 [bunny455]

    Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby

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    I don’t have one particular favorite.

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    Mindi Eden [visitor]

    Tie between Elf & Anchorman!

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    Teresa [visitor]

    Blades of Glory!

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