Good Read: The Highs and Lows of Will Ferrell


Not too long ago, we reported that Will Ferrell has been “thinking about ways” to bring Ron Burgundy back to the big screen. Once I was done feeling all warm inside over this news, fresh off of seeing Burgundy on stage as part of the Funny or Die Comedy Tour, I was forced to break out my copy of Anchorman on HD-DVD and get my fill of Papa Burgundy and the whole crew (including, but not limited to James Westfall and Dr. Kenneth Noisewater).

I tell you that story to tell you this one; I was browsing the good ole’ interwebs late last night when I stumbled across an article written by my hombres over at Bullz-Eye.com. It is called Will Ferrell’s Highs and Lows. In said article Jason Zingale and Dave Medsker (who you may recognize as guest hosts on Fat Guys at the Movies) and the rest of the BE crew run down Ferrell’s five best and five worst roles. I was smitten by the fact that his role in Anchorman topped the “Highs” chart. Thus, I am sharing the article with you.

Where did Ferrell’s other roles (like Ricky Bobby or Chazz Reinhold) fit into the mix? I guess you are just going to have to find out for yourself: Bullz-Eye.com: Will Ferrell’s Highs and Lows

Neil Miller is the Founder and Publisher of Film School Rejects. For almost a decade, he has been talking movies on television, the radio, and the Internet. As of yet, no one has stopped him.

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