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While Jim Carrey's comedic skills earn some laughs, Me, Myself and Irene sports a tired, unsatisfying plot.
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Me, Myself & Irene isn't nasty, but the aftertaste is hollow. The brothers are straining this time.
Peter and Bob Farrelly better slow down. At the rate they're going, they're bound to run out of material pretty soon.
As highly talented as Carrey is, he can't make these abrupt physical and mental transitions the least bit convincing.
The movie flounders around in all directions.
Somewhat less than the sum of its parts, Me, Myself & Irene is overlong and choppy.
Shifts unsteadily between slow-moving, gauzy focus romance and 'transgressive' gross-out comedy.
The Farrellys strike again; avoid this awful film.
While the film does deliver enough laughs to merit a recommendation, it is a letdown given the caliber of the comic minds involved.
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.
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.
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".
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.
Funny from the Fareelys, but not Theres Something About Mary
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