Film critic Brandon Fibbs reviewed Will Ferrell's newest film Step Brothers. I've been reading his reviews for a few years now and I've never seen him assess a film in such a scathing manner.
Read his conclusion:
Being childlike is far from being childish, but a generation of theatergoers isn’t going to know the difference between innocence and ugliness. These sorts of films both reflect and contribute to our society’s national unsightliness. For actors like Will Ferrell to become popular, audiences have to find his distinct brand of juvenile, infantile, potty humor funny. And in laughing along, they become complicit in the problem.
The full review is available on BrandonFibbs.com