If you own the superior Liar Liar, you might as well stay home and watch it again. When Hollywood can't be both-ered to come up with new ideas, we have every right to just say no.
Actually I think you'll find that Yes Man was based on a book by Danny Wallace, a London writer, rather than Hollywood executives pulling the idea out of thin air as suggested at the start of your review. The book is a true story, and the film follows the main idea. It just so happens that Carrey accepted the role, probably as he is more familiar. Do your research properly and actually read Wallaces book - you might pick up a few tips on how to write properly while you're at it.
Dec 21 - 06:13 PM
It looks pretty easy being a film critic. All you gotta do is talk $hit. I agree with Anon, learn how to write!
Aug 23 - 07:41 PM