It is a hilarious movie. There are so many things said subtly that are so funny, it makes you want to watch it again just to catch those dialogs.
Vince Vaughn is amazingly cool in his delivery and Ben Stiller has a pretty tough job in terms of the character.
Was listening to a morning radio show on the way to work and they were having a good discussion about whether it is wise to take your kids to see Fahrenheit 9/11.
It has some pretty graphic pictures of the American soldiers’ bodies being charred and hung on the bridge. It also has horrific images of kids who died because of bombing in Iraq. Would you take your kids to such movies?
At what point do you start telling them about such things? Is there a sign?