Stranger Than Fiction was good.
Elf was enjoyable, though we saw it for Zooey Deschanel.
Talladaga Nights we saw for John C. Reilly, although Sacha Baron Cohen was the funniest thing in the film - pretty much the only saving grace.
At some point, when it is on cable, I’ll probably see Anchorman as I really like Steve Carrell.
The rest I haven’t seen because I watch movie review programs, check Rottentomatoes.com and see a LOT of films in the theater so I see most trailers. I figure that if the trailer doesn’t make me laugh the odds of the film doing so are pretty much nil. And the trailers for Land of the Lost, Step Brothers, Blades of Glory and Old School all failed that test.
Maybe it’s me, but I don’t find a lot of the things that seem to form the basis of Will Farrell’s comedy funny. His naked ass? Not funny. I spent summers in a nudist camp, so I’ve seen loads of flabby naked man (and woman) ass, and don’t get what is supposed to be funny about it. Pompous idiots? That’s a character, not humor in and of it’s self. It’s like he watched a bunch of Monty Python and got the funny voices and missed what the voices were saying.