which is a sequel to Anchorman made entirely … Created by editing together the heaps of unused material from Anchorman (including an entire alternate main story arc), Wake Up, Ron Burgundy does retain that "this stuff was cut for a reason" feeling, but the self-aware nature of the script's humor serves it well, creating a lot of meta-jokes where you're laughing at the actors as they're laughing at themselves. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. This review sounds negative, but what I am listing here are only small gripes with an otherwise acceptable film.
It's remarkable how much alternate/deleted footage there was from the original ANCHORMAN and how it all almost comes together to tell an entirely new story. It's a wonder why the director and studio felt the need to change the plot from this to the panda sub-plot. 'Anchorman' has taken this one step further. This Was An Innovative Way To Show Deleted Scenes And Alternate Takes. Probably not of any interest to a non-Anchorman fan. Ithas its moments where you can't help but laugh at the stupidity. Add the first question. Some bits are excellent though. I was expecting a whole new movie, i guess i wasn't expecting what i saw. which is a sequel to Anchorman made entirely out of footage that tested poorly with audiences.
If you are a fan of the news team, this is a must watch 'cause it does have its moments, just enough to enjoy some more madness from the team. This review sounds negative, but what I am listing here are only small gripes with an otherwise acceptable film. I own the DVD and I know I'll probably never watch it again.
The supporting cast is wonderful and Ferrell is hilarious.
It's more of a curiosity than a film, and you probably don't need to see it until you're one of those people who watched Anchorman compulsively and quoted it all the time (sheepishly raises hand), in which case it'll be a piece of lovingly sloppy errata.
Still better than the panda story though. [IMDB link] [Netflix link] This is the “alternate” movie to the original Anchorman movie, comprised of 93 minutes of throw-away subplots and extra footage. CONCLUSION: IMDB: 7/10. Not as funny as that film, the line delivery lacks the 70s-induced obliviousness of the original. It wasn't as funny as the first one, but it had some good laughs. The fun discontinued though, after Veronica finds out that Ron could be dead. With John C. Reilly (aka Dr. Steve Brule from Tim & Eric Awesome Show, Great Job); Jane Lynch, […]. What Wake Up, Ron Burgundy is missing, however, is the character humor that made the supporting cast so fantastic in Anchorman. Looking for something to watch? Wake Up, Ron Burgundy It's a noble attempt, however, to salvage the unused bits from the first movie, including an entire plot about some pretty benign would-be domestic terrorists called "The Alarm Clock." None of the major anchorman characters have new games to play here so they can't help but feel stale next to the one scene wonders that are allowed to go absolutely batshit for two minutes and then disappear like a night breeze, My lips are cracked from smiling. Report this film, Ron Burgundy loses a lot of his charm when everything he says sounds like a Trump tweet. Ron Burgundy is San Diego's top-rated newsman in the male-dominated broadcasting of the 1970s, but that's all about to change for Ron and his cronies when an ambitious woman is hired as a new anchor. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Anchorman: Wake-Up, Ron Burgundy: The Lost Movie at Amazon.com. This sums up the experience of Wake Up, Ron Burgundy pretty well.
There are some scenes I'd really like to see, but I know that if I want to watch them, I'll just skip through the movie to find them and not watch the movie in whole. The kind of bad that makes you wish you could get that time back in your life, the kind of bad that makes you think "what on Earth were they thinking to film this in the first place", the kind of bad that makes you wish you'd taken 50 more minutes when stepping into the kitchen to grab a snack during the film, the kind of bad that makes leprosy look fun, the kind of bad that makes you think you wish you rented a Pauly Shore film instead....seriously, I cannot explain how very bad this was. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. It's some pretty funny stuff though and goes on for about 10 or 15 minutes. I will be truthful. For example the scene where the crew is stuck on the mountain and almost resorts to cannibalism is hilarious, and Brick remains the same street smart guy in a world he never made. QUIRKS: If you’ve seen Anchorman:The Legend Of Ron Burgundy… then you know exactly what to expect. MOVIE QUOTE: [opening narration] Even though it isn't technically a sequel, actually it is some cut footage from the original version of "Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy". Top movie!!! An incumbent Representative embroiled in personal scandal faces a no-holds-barred challenge from a naive newcomer funded by two unscrupulous billionaire lobbyist brothers.
I just saw this the other day and felt compelled to write a review! Together, Anchorman and Wake Up, Ron Burgundy make one hilarious movie. Want to share IMDb's rating on your own site? At that point, if you have not laughed yourself into a comatose state, then it would be a good time to see this film. Included in the extras of the Rich Mahogany Edition is "Wake Up, Ron Burgundy: The Lost Movie." It arrives on DVD packaged with the original “Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy” and could very well be the first movie comprised solely of outtakes. More details at Il y a sérieusement 3 scènes là dedans qui sont particulièrement hilarantes. This feature seems to be made of cut footage from the first movie, including a complete alternate ending for the original film.
having this in mind just take it lightly and enjoy it, as there are some genuinely hilarious scenes that will wet your pants with laughter. which is a sequel to Anchorman made entirely out of footage that tested poorly with audiences. Some great outtakes from the original flick. Look, I loved the PROPER Anchorman film, but this was reaaaaallly bad.
the story completely changed, and after about a half hour, it felt like Anchorman 2. The scene where the David Koechner declares his love for Ron Burgundy, and everyone in the car ignores him, so he just keeps saying it louder and louder for like 5 minutes — was so incredibly painful; a “squirm comedy” masterpiece. I will, though, for a variety of reasons buy a deluxe edition that contains it as a special feature, a much more reasonable arrangement. Could "Anchorman" have been funnier had it been allowed to stretch itself out beyond the two-hour limits of a commercially-minded comedy?
She begins to worry, and goes out by herself, looking for him. Here's a chance for us "Anchorman" lovers to find out. Still fun, not something I really ever need to see again, Thus far; would have preferred to just watch deleted scenes, I can't get too mad at a movie that gives me Any Poehler and Maya Rudolph arguing about werewolves, but I also am not gonna get too excited for a movie where the only people bringing their comedic a-game are the one or two scene cameo performers who come in, shit talk lycanthropes, then bounce.