The Farrellys strike again; avoid this awful film.
| Original Score: 1/5
While the film does deliver enough laughs to merit a recommendation, it is a letdown given the caliber of the comic minds involved.
| Original Score: 3/4
Able-minded kids of all ages know that drooling at the dinner table can be an act of defiance.
Consistently filthy and funny, with the Farrellys' usual attention to disability that will surely be misread as insensitivity to disability.
| Original Score: 4/5
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.
[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.
Neither Carrey nor the Farrellys are in top form here.
| Original Score: 3/5
Una vez más la receta grotesca, vulgar y soez... funciona.
| Original Score: 7/10
An endless, overlong parade of horribly unfunny jokes.
| Original Score: short
A complete waste of time, money, and talent.
As highly talented as Carrey is, he can't make these abrupt physical and mental transitions the least bit convincing.
Me, Myself & Irene suffers its own identity crisis, as it lacks purpose, restraint and overall self-respect.
You might need an alter ego to dig this one.
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.
| Original Score: 6/10
The cinematic equivalent of a painful paper cut.
| Original Score: C
It's a great showcase of flexibility and split-second role-shifting, but none of it is terribly funny.
| Original Score: 1.5/4
Shifts unsteadily between slow-moving, gauzy focus romance and 'transgressive' gross-out comedy.
| Original Score: B-
The movie flounders around in all directions.
It's sporadically funny but often unfunny, the latter worse than not being funny enough.
Somewhat less than the sum of its parts, Me, Myself & Irene is overlong and choppy.