This is the movie with Ed Helms as an insurance agent from a small town in Wisconsin who is forced to go to Cedar Rapids to vie for an award that his Insurance company had won three years in a row. Ed meets some colorful characters there and has all sorts of adventures.
This movie is really good as you might expect. Ed does a nice job in the lead, and the supporting cast (including an appearance by an Arrested Development cast member) is pretty good. The plot is simple enough to follow and will engage you.
I recommend this film highly.
"Put on your helmets, we'll be reaching speeds of 3!" "It was nice of you to give that dead woman another chance." "All right, look alive everybody...oh sorry Susan."- MST3K: Space Mutiny Click Here (myspace.com)
I saw it at a free screening a week ago. I enjoyed it, but I was also glad it was free. It reminded me a little of The Simpsons episode when Homer and Ned went to Vegas and ended up marrying a couple of floozies, with Ed Helms as Ned and John C. Reilly as Homer. (Loosely based, of course.)
Just in case any of you haven't seen Crash, let me give you a quick synopsis of the plot: Racism is bad. It's bad to be a racist. No, seriously, stereotypes...they're bad too. Being a racist person who believes in stereotypes is bad.