This December millions of Will Ferrell fans are going to be swept away with laughter while watching Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (2013), the sequel of Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (2004).
I am not one of those million, I find Will Ferell inappropriate for children and adults of all ages. There is absolutely nothing funny about the things he does or says. Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues is a story of Ron Burgandy played by Will Ferell the head anchor, Brick Tamland played by Steve Carell the weather man, Champ Kind played by David Koechner the sportsman and Brian Fantana played by Paul Rudd the reporter of a popular news station in San Diego. Veronica Corningstone played by Christina Applegate the new female reporter is brought in by Ed Harken played by Fred Willard the boss. She is portrayed as a sex symbol in which all four men become smitten by her instantly. Right away they begin making fools of themselves trying to win a date with this sex-crazed bimbo.
This film is not appropriate for children due to the language and to the abundance of sexual content. There is no nudity or real sex scenes, however, the jokes and comments made throughout the movie to prove all the characters to be sex obsessed. In my opinion, Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues ranks as a D -
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