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Me, Myself & Irene (2000)


Average Rating: 5.4/10
Reviews Counted: 97
Fresh: 47
Rotten: 50

Critics Consensus: While Jim Carrey's comedic skills earn some laughs, Me, Myself and Irene sports a tired, unsatisfying plot.

Average Rating: 4.9/10
Reviews Counted: 24
Fresh: 10
Rotten: 14

Critics Consensus: While Jim Carrey's comedic skills earn some laughs, Me, Myself and Irene sports a tired, unsatisfying plot.


Average Rating: 3.1/5
User Ratings: 447,801



Movie Info

Six years after Dumb and Dumber, Jim Carrey reunited with Peter Farrelly and Bobby Farrelly for this anarchic comedy with a hint of romance. Charlie (Carrey) is a good-natured Rhode Island state trooper who likes helping people. But years of internalizing his frustrations about his work and his family have caused Charlie to develop an alter ego: Hank, an abusive, violent, sexually compulsive police officer. Charlie can keep Hank at bay with medication, but just barely. When Irene (Renee … More

R (for sexual content, crude humor, strong language and some violence)
Directed By:
Written By:
Bobby Farrelly , Mike Cerrone , Peter Farrelly
In Theaters:
May 24, 2001
Box Office:
20th Century Fox - Official Site


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Critic Reviews for Me, Myself & Irene

All Critics (134) | Top Critics (32) | Fresh (47) | Rotten (50) | DVD (24)

Somewhat less than the sum of its parts, Me, Myself & Irene is overlong and choppy.

Full Review… | January 1, 2000
Village Voice
Top Critic

The laughs roll out by the handfuls.

Full Review… | January 1, 2000
Top Critic

The Farrellys strike again; avoid this awful film.

Full Review… | January 2, 2011
Common Sense Media

While the film does deliver enough laughs to merit a recommendation, it is a letdown given the caliber of the comic minds involved.

Full Review… | January 7, 2010

Able-minded kids of all ages know that drooling at the dinner table can be an act of defiance.

Full Review… | August 21, 2009

Consistently filthy and funny, with the Farrellys' usual attention to disability that will surely be misread as insensitivity to disability.

Full Review… | March 11, 2008

Involves a knock-down, drag-out fight between the two personalities. It's like watching Jerry Lewis and Buster Keaton duke it out while inhabiting the same body.

Full Review… | June 25, 2004

[Zellweger] shares nearly all her scenes with Carrey and doesn't get gobbled up by him. She's a lovely comic foil, a straight man that can take any number of hits.

Full Review… | August 4, 2003
Combustible Celluloid

Neither Carrey nor the Farrellys are in top form here.

Full Review… | February 8, 2003
Film Quips Online

Una vez más la receta grotesca, vulgar y soez... funciona.

June 3, 2002

An endless, overlong parade of horribly unfunny jokes.

Full Review… | March 7, 2002
Matinee Magazine

A complete waste of time, money, and talent.

Full Review… | February 15, 2001
Norman Transcript

Me, Myself & Irene suffers its own identity crisis, as it lacks purpose, restraint and overall self-respect.

Full Review… | January 1, 2000

You might need an alter ego to dig this one.

Full Review… | January 1, 2000
3BlackChicks Review

Although the actress has brought a natural humor to her appealing dramatic roles, Zellweger is a bit grating here as she tries too overtly to force the laughs.

Full Review… | January 1, 2000
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

The cinematic equivalent of a painful paper cut.

Full Review… | January 1, 2000
One Guy's Opinion

It's a great showcase of flexibility and split-second role-shifting, but none of it is terribly funny.

Full Review… | January 1, 2000

Audience Reviews for Me, Myself & Irene

Ace Ventura, The Mask, Dumb and Dumber. All the comedies with Jim pre to Me, Myself and Irene, were all masterpieces. This was unexpectedly crude and certainly not the best but it was also Jim's best physical performance in terms of his reputation as being "the man of a thousand faces".

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Super Reviewer

Finally, after 3 attempts at watching this film I made it to the end. It wasn't worth it, in fact I feel angry at about the time I wasted. It's not in my top 10 worst films of all time but it's definitely in the teens. Very much not my kind of film.

Anthony Lawrie

Super Reviewer


Bethany Murphy

Super Reviewer


Me, Myself & Irene is one of the finest films directed by the Farrelly Brothers. For me, this is Jim Carrey's last funny film. After this film he started going off the deep end, and made a couple of really bad films. But this is a fine Swan song to a good comedic actor. The humour in this film sharp, witty and crude. But thats what makes it so funny. Renee Zellwegger gives her only good performance of her career, as she's quite the bad actress. However in this film, this is one of the best comedies that the Farrelly Brothers have made. The humour in Me, Myself & Irene is very low brow as you'd expect from the Farrelly's. This is one of their best films. Jim Carrey is very funny in this film, and it sucks that he hasn't made anything watchable since this film. The cast do a good job here. Theres plenty of scenes that are memorable, especially every scene involving Jim Carrey's sons. The film is very well done, with non stop laughs. The humour may not appeal to everyone, but for fans of most of the Farrely Brothers films, you won't be disappointed, I personally preferred this film over There's Something About Mary. Some of the cast are surprising, I did not expect to see Richard Jenkins here and Chris Cooper, both have played in excellent films, but it's great to see them doing something different. Me,Myself & Irene is one of my favorite comedies and it definitely brings on big laughs, a great comedy.

Jeff "The Dude" Lebowski

Super Reviewer

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