Haiku Review: Will Ferrell’s Other Triumphs

Will Ferrell has ruled the American comedy landscape for the past decade, so much so that we’ve got to reward him with some more haikus, after previously reviewing his work with John C. Reilly. When you’re such a giant, some of your work is bound to receive less love than it deserves. Not every movie can be a smash hit like Anchorman, but pretty much of all of Ferrell’s work has merit, so here are thoughtful takes on two of his most underrated films.


The Other Guys




Poor Derek Jeter

It’s way more than scaffolding

Sarcastic dancing


The Campaign




Dylan McDermott

Politics at its finest

Don’t tickle Marty


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Brian is an author and co-founder of GoodWillWatching. He likes to write and is deathly afraid of bugs. His Great American Novel, not yet titled or existent, will be shocking the world some time or another. He once stayed up for two days straight because of poor information regarding the arrival of Halley’s Comet, which was not due for approximately 57 years. You can follow him @bm1313 on Twitter, or in real life from a safe distance.