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Me, Myself & Irene

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Worth Buying

    If you are senstitive to spoken obscenities, sexual content, and content of almost infantile vulgarity, then don't watch this film! One must realize that its humour lies within the aforementioned qualities, and one will be unable to appreciate this film unless they can repress any offense or rage that might ensue as they view it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Me Myself Laughing On The Ground!

    Me Myself & Irene is one of the most funniest movies out there! There is non stop comedy, and non stop laughing through out the whole movie! Jim Carey is at his best in this movie! This movie will be for the people that like vulgar, Strong Langauge and lots of sexuality. This is the movie that you have to love, Me Myself & Irene. Rated: R

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    There's a deeper meaning here...

    Comedy is one of the best ways to deal with difficult subjects and this film tackles some big ones. The first deals with every white working-class male's worst fear: His wife leaves him for an African American mensa midget who beats him up and secretly fathers his children. To make matters worse, Carrey's character is blind to the color of his children's skin making him the town fool. Once he awakens to this ''nightmare'', he emotional ''splits'' and cannot integrate without the help of the female heroine, Irene. His children also help him find the real man too. The film is symbolic in nature so if you haven't read up on Jungian philosophy lately, you might miss the whole point of the story. The sound track, which is quite good, provides additional support for this idea.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Not A PC Movie

    Roses are red and violets are blue, Ifm schizophrenic and so am I. This movie is NOT politically correct so be warned. Funny, smart and on the edge of your seat comedy action with twists and turns, Jim Carrey once again shows why he earns the big bucks. Be warned, don't buy/rent this movie thinking you'll get an accurate portrayal of the mentally/gravitationally challenged. This is comedy, not fact. While we would never say and do the things done in this movie in public, we have all thought and wondered about the events and situations in Charlie's life. Let yourself go in the seclusion of your own home and have fun. This movie will make you laugh.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010


    I saw this in theatres, I laughed until my stomach hurt... Buy this movie.

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