Yesterday evening, Katherine and I watched Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby (2006), which neither of us had seen. (I think I purchased it at Kroger long ago for five or six dollars.) The movie was quite funny. Will Ferrell is a great comic actor, and John C. Reilly cracks me up just by looking at him. I'm not a NASCAR fan, but I think I got all or most of the jokes. One thing I don't understand about comedies is putting adult words into children's mouths. Is this supposed to be funny? It's not. The kids are being used, for one thing; but it's also unrealistic. Kids say childish things, not adult things. All in all, I enjoyed the movie. Shake and bake, baby!
Here is the trailer.