Me, Myself & Irene
Me, Myself & Irene
R | 23 June 2000 (USA)
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Rhode Island State Trooper Charlie Baileygates has a multiple personality disorder. One personality is crazy and aggressive, while the other is more friendly and laid back. Both of these personalities fall in love with the same woman named Irene after Charlie loses his medication.

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BootDigest

Such a frustrating disappointment

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BlazeLime

Strong and Moving!

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Afouotos

Although it has its amusing moments, in eneral the plot does not convince.

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Erica Derrick

By the time the dramatic fireworks start popping off, each one feels earned.

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avrumeleh

This movie a real surprise. Its commitment to getting the viewer to laugh was relentless and, for me, successful. IMHO Jim Carey can be a bit much in some films, but here, he shines. He's over the top to be sure, but in such an artful way...such an intensely talented way...that his greatness as an American comedic actor oozes. He gives quite a show in so many different ways in this one movie. Renée Zellweger is wonderful as well. Her acting is a perfect balance to the zaniness of the film's story line. Her facial expressions throughout the film are subtly perfect and the viewer ought to pay attention to them. The rest of the cast, from Carey's character(s)'s three black sons, to the albino, to the midget and to the criminals and law enforcement agents compliment Jim Carey and Ms. Zellweger without pause. Watch it and enjoy this hilarious, offbeat comedy.

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Python Hyena

Me, Myself and Irene (2000): Dir: Bobby Farrelly, Peter Farrelly / Cast: Jim Carrey, Renee Zellweger, Chris Cooper, Anthony Anderson, Robert Forster: Twisted and vulgar comedy featuring a scene where a chicken is seen penetrating someone's anal track. Gimmick title regards two personalities of one factor and the obvious presence of another. Jim Carrey plays a Rhode Island state trooper who gets married but loses her to a black midget limousine driver. He fathers the three black children but viewed as a joke when his neighbour's dog craps on his lawn. When he snaps his aggression forms Hank who retaliates by driving an illegally parked truck through a window, and craps on his neighbour's lawn. Central plot regards his transporting Renee Zellweger across state and the bad guys that pursue them. Great background story gives way to typical road movie and bathroom humour. Directors Bobby and Peter Farrelly address split personalities but this isn't a masterpiece like their Kingpin or There's Something About Mary. Carrey is hilarious but subdued in road movie clichés before his heroic climax. Zellweger is a prop with the personality of a rock. Chris Cooper is wasted as a villain. Robert Forster came off an Oscar nomination for Jackie Brown and is greatly underused here. The black children display some growth and intellect. Vulgar yet amusing take on today's headaches. Score: 7 / 10

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SnoopyStyle

Charlie (Jim Carrey) is a meek Rhode Island state trooper. His wife cheats on him and he refuses to acknowledge it. Even when she leaves with her lover, Charlie still raise the kids as if they're his own. One day he just snaps, and a new alter ego named Hank emerges. Charlie is assigned to escort fugitive Irene (Renée Zellweger), but all kinds of chaos follow Charlie and his alter ego Hank.The Farrelly brothers are trying to merge multiple personality with their usual gross out humor. The multiple personality bit isn't that funny by itself. When Hank goes off at first, it was mostly stupid, inappropriate, but importantly unfunny. Jim Carrey does get a few workable jokes in when he's with Renée Zellweger. She's great reacting to Carrey's insanity.I'm tempted to say that it would better if Jim Carrey would just be Hank. If Irene was forced to rely on Hank, I think there's a funny movie in that. The multiple personality is really just forcing the stupidity onto the movie.

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Chris L

Jim Carrey does Jim Carrey, excessive as usual, and one may like it or not, but he carried forward this movie single-handedly.The main problem of Me, Myself and Irene, is the pace at which the story unfolds, very slow: a good 15-20 minute cut would have really improved the dynamism. There is no consistency whatsoever and you quickly get bored watching this muddled, interminable and totally uninteresting script, from where a particularly strange atmosphere comes out.The gags aren't that funny overall, of course a few ones are rather good and may crack you a smile, but they are too sporadic and lost in this almost 2 hour feature.

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