By Jordan Smith, Hollywood Staff
Jack Black is the sort of comedic actor that you either love or absolutely hate. We think it all depends on which movie you saw most recently. Some of his work is hilarious, some... regrettable. Now that Black is gearing up for a new indie comedy The D-Train - co-starring James Marsden and written and directed by Yes Man screenwriters Jarrad Paul and Andrew Mogel, via The Hollywood Reporter - we decided to go through some of his well-known roles and figure out when Jack Black's boisterous style of comedy works and where it falls flat.