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Me, Myself and Irene
- 1h 57m
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Jim Carrey is hilarious in this irresistibly deranged comedy from the Farrelly Brothers. After Rhode Island state trooper Charlie Baileygates’ (Carrey) wife leaves him, he develops a split personality – one nasty, and one nice. So when he falls for beautiful outlaw Irene P. Waters (Renée Zellweger), he must battle himself for her affections while running from cops and thugs alike.
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Common Sense Says
The Farrellys strike again; avoid this awful film.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that black people, dwarfs, an albino, and a nursing mother are all vehicles for crass jokes in Me, Myself, and Irene. There are many mature themes: infidelity, divorce, police corruption, murder, and a serious bipolar disorder. There are near-constant spewings of extreme, gratuitous profanity, much of it sex-related. Even a skip-roping little girl screams "f--k off." Just about every character in every scene behaves questionably. There are graphic discussions about sex, with much waving around of a sex toy. A few nude rears (one with a chicken sticking out of it) and a mostly nude breast. A lot of punching and shooting. Hank insults and terrorizes people, causes bodily harm, and destroys property. Charlie repeatedly shoots a cow that appears near dead. Irene's ex-boyfriend shoots Charlie's thumb.
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- Genre:Crime, Comedy
- Release Date:June 23, 2000
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD