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March 21, 2008

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"Is the golden age of Judd Apatow already waning?"

Is it ever. My money is on him and Will Ferrell collaborating on 20 projects in the first three months of 2009.

I will give them this much credit though: at least they're sticking to comedy.

It won't take until 2009 - this May's "Step Brothers" is an Apatow-produced Ferrell comedy. Trailer looks pretty decent, too.

Wow, that does have some potential. I stand corrected.

Hehe: http://www.kottke.org/remainder/08/03/15294.html

That's pretty funny. But the scoring system - at least in New York magazine - is seriously flawed if it thinks that Talladega Nights is a bad Apatow film. I'd argue that it's the best of all those films, save perhaps for Superbad...

That system is cute and all, but they're F-O-O-L-S if they think that movies can ever be reduced to math. I think my preference would go:

1. Anchorman
2. Talladega Nights
3. Superbad
4. The 40-Year-Old Virgin
5. Knocked Up

And those are neck-and-neck one and all. Haven't seen "Walk Hard" yet.

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