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Anchorman: The Legend Of Ron Burgundy DVD £2.93 at HMV
 Anchorman: The Legend Of Ron Burgundy DVD £2.93 at HMV

Anchorman: The Legend Of Ron Burgundy DVD £2.93 at HMV

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It's the early 1970s and the local anchorman is not only a source of news but a revered local hero. In San Diego, Ron Burgundy (Will Ferrell), a mustachioed bachelor with a taste for scotch, unparalleled passion for the jazz flute, and a near-telepathic connection with his spirited mutt, Baxter, is that man. Rounding out Ron's testosterone-heavy news team are his close friends--cologne-obsessed man-on-the-street Brian Fantana (Paul Rudd), sports reporter Champ Kind (Dave Koechner), and mentally challenged weatherman Brick Tamland (Steve Carrell). Their male camaraderie is challenged, though, when producer Ed Harken (Fred Willard), pressured by changing times, brings the first female reporter, ambitious Veronica Corningstone (Christina Applegate), to the team. Ron finds his chauvinistic ideals compromised further when he starts falling in love with her. Fuelled by Ferrell's singularly loopy persona, ANCHORMAN joins the long list of comedies which have successfully poked fun at the styles and mores of the '70s. Here, with Ferrell's script and Adam McKay's direction, the character of Ron Burgundy becomes a full-bodied comic creation whose possibilities for laughs aren't nearly exhausted by the end credits. The result is an often hilarious celebration of moustaches, wide neckties, alcohol abuse, and good, old-fashioned sexism.

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Why is anyone still buying DVDs these days? Bluray can hardly be considered overly expensive now.

I love lamp...

g1bbuk1 person likes this

I love lamp...


I love scotch, scotchy, scotch, scotch X)

spurious

Why is anyone still buying DVDs these days? Bluray can hardly be … Why is anyone still buying DVDs these days? Bluray can hardly be considered overly expensive now.



because they might want to?

I woke up in this japanese families rec room and they would NOT stop screaming

Smells like a used diaper filled with Indian food.

kope

Smells like a used diaper filled with Indian food.



You know, desire smells like that to some people.

Asda Will Ferrell triple £6.93
Will Ferrell Triple - Blades Of Glory/Old School/Anchorman DVD

spurious

Why is anyone still buying DVDs these days? Bluray can hardly be … Why is anyone still buying DVDs these days? Bluray can hardly be considered overly expensive now.



Because they don't have a high def tv or a bluray player , and they maybe like to lend their dvd's out to friends/family who also don't have said equipment.

And to be fair, this film would still be funny on a dodgy vhs copy bought from the local car boot sale...

SFJnet

You know, desire smells like that to some people.



Smells like a t urd covered in burnt hair!

spurious

Why is anyone still buying DVDs these days? Bluray can hardly be … Why is anyone still buying DVDs these days? Bluray can hardly be considered overly expensive now.


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makes me want to play Jazz flute - but I'm totally unprepared

I love scotch. Scotchy, scotch scotch. Down it goes. Into my belly.

What a film, if you don't own this already you've no excuse at this price

...This is kinda a big deal. Smells like rich mahogany

Oh Baxter, you're so wise. You're like a miniature buddha...covered in hair.

spurious

Why is anyone still buying DVDs these days? Bluray can hardly be … Why is anyone still buying DVDs these days? Bluray can hardly be considered overly expensive now.



Yeah you're correct, dvds should now be scrapped altogether, because every household owns a bluray player and high def TV.......

spurious

Why is anyone still buying DVDs these days? Bluray can hardly be … Why is anyone still buying DVDs these days? Bluray can hardly be considered overly expensive now.


Because they say 60% of the time, DVDs works every time. (_;)
Edited by: "quagsea" 18th Oct 2010

CANNON BALL!

Thanks for posting!

I would like to extend to you an invitation to the pants party

I'm skipping blu-ray it's only a tiny bit better than DVD. Pointless transitional technology.
Wait till HVD (Holographic Versatile Disc) reaches consumer level in about 10 years. 6TB per disc!
Then you can put all your blu-rays on top of the wardrobe with your laserdiscs

I'm skipping blu-ray it's only a tiny bit better than DVD. Pointless transitional technology.
Wait till HVD (Holographic Versatile Disc) reaches consumer level in about 10 years. 6TB per disc!
Then you can put all your blu-rays on top of the wardrobe with your laserdiscs

"Good evening, San Diego. I'm Veronica Corningstone. **** McGee is on vacation."

taken in context, this is one of the funniest lines I've ever seen delivered in Comedy.When I first heard it I came up for air about 10 minutes later and had to rewind - and Ron's next line is pricelesss too.

I must be stuck in the past as I'm still buying DVD's... not upgraded to Blue Ray. TBH, I'm not too bothered and still enjoy good old fashioned DVD's :-)

Remember to go through Quidco and you'll get a couple of pennies back - 5%
Better than nowt.

Original Poster

pamanham

I must be stuck in the past as I'm still buying DVD's... not upgraded to … I must be stuck in the past as I'm still buying DVD's... not upgraded to Blue Ray. TBH, I'm not too bothered and still enjoy good old fashioned DVD's :-) Remember to go through Quidco and you'll get a couple of pennies back - 5% Better than nowt.



same here - we've still got videos too !
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