This was amazing, no doubt about it! The Cable Guy is directed by Ben Stiller and stars Jim Carrey, Matthew Broderick and Jack Black among others. It's a story about a man who just got kicked out of his house by his girlfriend whom he asked to marry, but she, obviously, denied. As he's moving into his new apartment, his TV is acting strange so he calls the cable guy. And so begins this insane and hilarious movie with some truly memorable scenes! First of all, Jim Carrey is fantastic in this movie! I've always loved his acting and this movie is no excuse. He nails his character. He's awkward, crazy, funny, psychotic and above all, creepy. It's very entertaining to watch him. Matthew Broderick's character is great, as well. The way he acts in the situations that the cable guy puts him in, is the way I would react, so he's quite a realistic character, if you ask me. The direction is good, with some really interesting plot points and conclusion. From beginning to end, this movie is hilarious! It can get quite disturbing, too, though. But, it's disturbing in a way where you don't know if you should laugh or not. It feels as if the movie wants you to laugh, but you're skeptic if you should laugh. The soundtrack is awesome with some really great songs and I love when the cable guy starts humming tunes to fit the scene which is happening. There's a deep, strong, message in this movie about how television is brainwashing us and the fact that the television is like a babysitter in the family with parents leaving their kids alone expecting them to be okay just because they can watch the television. No matter how ridiculous the movie gets, the message is still very obvious and makes you think. All in all, a fantastic dark comedy with amazing performances, great soundtrack and direction, filled with funny scenes and I would highly recommend checking this movie out!