Steve Carrell is much too likable to play the part . That is all.
I've managed to proove classical conditioning to myself. I know the standard arguments…we're all conditioned to stop at green lights and laugh at footballs hitting crotches, but this seemed a little more real. I have an alarm clock on my cell phone. So far I've only used it for when I'm away from home and I have to get up super early because there is something to be done. This morning I set it so that I could read for awhile without having to worry about the time, and when it went off I felt a little bit of a panic. I'm so used to having to get up and get ready to do important things in unfamiliar settings when I hear that noise that my body now has learned to react to that noise by getting nervous and ready to react, going into a state of high alert.
The hype gave the game a lot to live up to, and it didn't live up to
it. Oh well. Ads, meh. The one positive is that I figured out why
I'm so disappointed when I see Ben Roethlisberger speak or get
interviewed. I always expect him to be funny, and he never is really,
and I think that its because if he were played by someone in a movie,
it would be Will Ferrell. See lazily assembled comparison Below…