Directed by Adam McKay
It deeply saddens me to say, but the world didn’t need a sequel to Anchorman. I love the first film, which set up my expectations far too high. Unfortunately, what I got instead of amazing quotes and brilliant moments was just a typical sequel: ticking the cliche exposition points, and relying purely on the jokes established in the first film. Something that annoyed me was how they felt the need to continuously explain a lot of the jokes, which felt like quite a cop-out to audience intelligence. Milk was a bad choice: and so was this sequel.