The Will Ferrell Box Set - Step Brothers / Talladega Nights / Kicking & Screaming / Stranger Than Fiction

Release Date: 27 July 2009 | Certificate: Suitable for 15 years and over
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Features Will Ferrell’s films Step Brothers, Talladega Nights, Kicking And Screaming and Stranger Than Fiction.

Step Brothers - Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly, Judd Apatow, and Adam McKay team up for this comedy about two grown men who become step brothers. Though the two (Ferrell and Reilly) are over the hill, they still aren't out of their parents' houses, and they have to learn to get along when their respective mother and father get married.

Talladega Nights
- Ricky Bobby--with his bleached-blonde wife, cute sons Walker and Texas Ranger, and dim sidekick Cal--has got it made. He is NASCAR's most popular driver, and nearly every aspect of his life is endorsed by a recognisable product. Yet his racetrack kingdom is not unshakeable: two formidable opponents, his difficult father Reese and a flashy new opponent--the openly gay French import Jean--threaten to hijack his crown and expose his vulnerabilities.

Kicking And Screaming - Will Ferrell plays vitamin salesman Phil Weston, a sensitive man easily capable of both crying and sewing. Unfortunately for Phil, these qualities have never quite endeared him to his tough-as-nails father, Buck (Robert Duvall) who will stop at nothing to one-up Phil. He goes so far as benching Phil's 10-year-old son - his own grandson - on the youth soccer team he coaches. Upon Phil's begging to get his son more playing time, Buck trades his grandson to the last-place team, the Tigers.

Stranger Than Fiction - Harold--an IRS agent with a dull, solitary life--receives unwanted company in the form of an intrusive female voice narrating his every move. As distracting as this is, things become truly worrisome when the narrator informs Harold of his looming death.

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