After the lacklustre success of The Cable Guy, you would think that Jim
Carreys career might have been over. But (sadly?) it isn't. Thankfully,
however, he has actually made a funny film. Yes, thats right, funny.
Jim Carrey plays a lawyer, who, naturally, lies. But he also lies to his son
a lot aswell. So, on his birthday
(the sons, not Carreys) he wishes that his dad cannot tell a lie for 24hrs.
And, of course, hilarous
This film is good, mainly becuase of Carreys mugging. Watching his face
screw up when he's desprately
trying to lie is hillarous, and theres also a few good one liners in it.
Sadly, the film gets a little too bogged down with emotion, (with a sickly
sweet sequence at the end) but
generally this film is enjoyable.
In fact, this is the funniest movie Jim Carrey has done. And its far better
than the terrible The Cable Guy. I
recommended it to anyone who finds Jim Carreys face hillarous, and people
who want to see Jim Carrey for the first time.
Copyright © 1997 David Wilcock