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Anchorman 2 is not currently available on NOW TV, but here are some more movies you might like.
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    Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny

    Available until 04 May 2018

    Jack Black and Kyle Gass are the rotund rockers who must discover the legendary "pick of destiny" if they are to win the open mic competition at their local bar. Essentially for fans of Black's rock'n'rollin' offshoot Tenacious D - or "The D", this could have crossover appeal for those seduced by the star's trademark exuberance. Look out for Ben Stiller as a muso-come-soothsayer who outlines the path JB and Kyle must take... in the boiler room of his guitar shop.

  • Orange County
    Orange County

    Available until 30 Sep 2016

    Slacker comedy starring Colin 'son of Tom' Hanks as a mediocre student trying to blag his way into university. What initially appears a run-of-the-mill Californian surf 'n' sun story blossoms into something cute and really rather witty - especially when Jack Black rocks up as Hanks' dope-addled brother. Catherine O'Hara and John Lithgow play the dysfunctional parents while the much-loved Harold Ramis adds to the easy-going fun.

  • The Interview
    The Interview

    Available until 31 Dec 2016

    So, The Interview... aka the most dangerous film of all-time or the movie with history's best marketing campaign. The bottom line is, it is exactly what you'd expect from the This Is The End team - dumb, offensive, funny, scrappy and likeable. Seth Rogen and James Franco are the TV gossip show guys who get the scoop of the decade when they're granted an interview with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. However, the CIA see it as the perfect opportunity for an assassination mission. Take cover for the action comedy that sparked an international incident.

  • Wedding Crashers
    Wedding Crashers

    Available until 21 Mar 2017

    Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson spark off one another magnificently in this hit comedy about a couple of sneaky divorce lawyers who gatecrash weddings to score the bridesmaids. But their scheme goes off the rails when they run into the daughters (sweet Rachel McAdams and sex-mad Isla Fisher) of US treasury secretary Christopher Walken. The sheer energy of the two leads is addictive but hold the confetti; the comedy is a lot less fluffy than your average romcom.

  • Dude, Where's My Car?
    Dude, Where's My Car?

    Available until 26 Dec 2018

    Cult stoner comedy starring Ashton Kutcher and Seann William 'Stifler' Scott as a pair of young dopes who misplace their wheels after a wild night out. All they know is there's a year's supply of chocolate pudding in the fridge, and their girlfriends are furious with them for trashing their house and forgetting their anniversaries. Turns out to be a far more complicated situation than their little brains can handle. Sweet.

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