You need a perfectly timed double take to work with Will Ferrell – most of your job is reacting to the bizarre non sequiturs that fly from his mouth – and Jon Heder (Napoleon Dynamite) thankfully possesses a formidable one. (His mouth seems permanently curled in an expression of repulsed confusion.) Here he and Ferrell play former figure-skating rivals who reluctantly form history’s first male pairs team after they’ve been banned from the singles division for fighting. The best jokes are those that only slightly stretch reality, such as Craig T. Nelson’s “Coach”-like coach, the bizarre costumes and the astonishingly inane color commentary (much of it by real-life skater turned broadcaster Scott Hamilton). Add a healthy dose of violence toward those creepy and annoying Olympics mascots and you have another serviceable exercise in Ferrell foolishness, even if it’s lacking the inspired improvisational idiocy of something like Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby.