NEW Me Myself & Irene - Me Myself & Irene (Blu-ray)
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Narrated, in cheesy-fairy-tale style, by Rex Allen Jr., Me, Myself & Irene tells the story of Charlie Baileygates (Jim Carrey), an exceedingly nice Rhode Island State Trooper. He marries the love of his life only to have her run off with an African-American midget and leave their three racially mixed kids for Charlie to raise. Some sixteen years later, the kids have grown up to be geniuses and Charlie grows up with a problem. You see, as various misfortunes have befallen him over the years, he had adopted a grin-and-bear-it attitude that resulted in a lot of bottled-up anger. All that emotion is now releasing itself in the form of advanced delusionary schizophrenia with narcissistic rage, a.k.a. multiple personality disorder.
While Charlie is gentle and wary of any confrontation, his other personality Hank is exactly the opposite. He spouts insults all over the place and picks fights with everyone he encounters. Charlie's doctor gives him medication that is supposed to suppress Hank, but Charlie leaves it in his hotel room while escorting a pretty girl named Irene (Renee Zellweger) to upstate New York. He also falls in love with Irene and vows to protect her from crooks and corrupt cops who are after her (among them Chris Cooper, fresh off his American Beauty triumph). But not surprisingly, Hank keeps getting in the way.Read more ›
I wont waste your time explaining the plot, im sure 100 people have alreadys written about that.
The bonus features are decent, I dont know if its the same for the regioun 1(US/CANADA) versions, but the Regioun 4(Australian) version I was almost going to return, because it said it came with a music video, featurette's and things on the cover, but when I went to the bonus features on the menu, it only showed deleted scenes and trailers...but I figured out that there is a type of 'easter egg' on the main menu. You have to go to the upper right button, and click up, then a message comes on the screen saying somthing like "have you taken your medication?" and when you select "no" the screen kind of scrambles, the menu changes, and the rest of the bonus features are found from that extra features in that menu!
One thing I do want to say: The Farrely Brothers commentary has got to be the most annoying of them all, I think i first read about it in Mad Magazine or somthing? But it's true...if you want the most useless information and crap about actors on screen, like an extra way in the background that you wouldnt even take note of, you will get the full biography from them about how the Farellys know them, or what member of fammily they are? and pretty much there details on where they live and every movie theyve been in...Read more ›
Carrey's physical twitches aside, Renee Zellweger is absolutely frittered away, serving the vital role of providing that little side-order of chickflick flavor. She is a damsel in distress so haplessly out of options, we are led to believe, that she *must* choose between two equally idiotic choices: the hunky Hank who's perpetually on a cheesy sexual over-drive, or the knuckleheaded yet kind Charlie.
As though the disconcern for a meaningful plot were not bad enough, the movie also wallows in its "politically incorrect" agenda by defining its targeted characters as laughable representations -- a hotheaded dwarf, a timid albino, Charlie's overweight black sons, tortured animals (including a chicken stuffed deep into a man's behind) and a dazed narrator.
What can one say. A passable comedy, probably no more than a rental for an evening when you've plenty to talk with friends alongside the movie.
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This and The Mask are my two favorite Jim Carrey comedies. Excellent choice of one wants a good laugh.Published on Aug. 13 2014 by Ludwin
done with great actors and as usual the same dum gag of CarreyPublished on July 29 2014 by Gilles.du Quebec