When Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy made its American debuted on July 9, 2004, it was instantly hailed as an insightful, groundbreaking masterwork of American Cinema. On this, Anchorman‘s six year, one month and one day anniversary, we take a look back at a towering achievement that not only affirmed who we are as human beings, but managed to capture that spirit in a glass case of emotion.
We salute you Will Farrell and Adam McKay and congratulate you and your plate of cat poop on the American Film Institute’s long overdue recognition of your film. Well played, gentleman. Well played, indeed.
Bark twice if you’re in Milwaukee.