I laughed… very hard at this movie. I don’t really know what else to say other than that it has moments in it where I was laughing so hard I was glad that the only people in the theater with me were my employees and and their friends/family, and if they say anything about me laughing too hard I could immediately terminate them with Extreme Prejudice (the name of my whiffle bat).
Just… watch this movie. It isn’t as funny as it’s predecessors (Anchor Man, Talladega Nights), but those films are kind of like… they’re like Mom’s meatloaf. We’ve had them for so long that they’ve entered into what we consider to be the perfect example of the genre (in one case “The Funny Movie” and in the other “the Bestest Meatloaf Ever”). So my point is that with time it will mature, enter the public consciousness, and join it’s brothers in the realm of Classic Comedy. It still isn’t as good as Anchorman, but that’s like saying my porterhouse isn’t as good as that filet mignon: it’s still a freaking steak, and this movie is still hilarious.