I had so much fun with this movie it is absolutely unreal. Tatum and Hill have such good chemistry it's f*cking amazing. Look I know that the plot was KINDA the same but the fact that the movie is aware of it, and the fact that it still manages give us a fresh feel is amazing.
PLease post a link to the psychological journal that says anger has a limit. There is no limit to how much one can feel an emotion.
Doesn't need psychological journal.
Let's use logic and simple mathematics to reason here:
When someone is not angry, the "anger value" is 0.
When he gets slightly angry, let us give that new updated value an arbitrary 1. An infinite increase by mathematical terms.
When he gets angrier, update the anger value to 2. A 100% increase.
When he gets even angrier, update the anger value to 3. A 50% increase.
Go on further, it will increase by 33%, then 25% and so on.
As you can see, even if anger levels will increase infinitely, the increase in corresponding power isn't really that fantastic. Basically what we meant by tapering off.
Also since when does science states that one has unlimited emotions? Nope.
You can't apply Logic to characters like Thor or Hulk, otherwise most of their feats lose weight
Then we may be fair and we can't apply logic to any fictional situation comparison at all. That's not how it works IMO. That would be like saying "World Breaker Hulk is stronger than Superman but Superman still wins him in an arm-wrestling competition anyway, no matter the logic!"
I'm referring to REAL world Logic. Infintite Anger is still possible in comics, as stupid as it may sound, that's all I'm saying. I'm not saying that one should stubbornly keep defending a specific position despite the evidence pointing in the opposite direction.