Me, Myself & Irene


Action / Adventure / Comedy / Crime

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Renée Zellweger Photo
Renée Zellweger as Irene P. Waters
Jim Carrey Photo
Jim Carrey as Charlie Baileygates / Hank Evans
Traylor Howard Photo
Traylor Howard as Layla
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Robert Forster as Colonel Partington
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750.67 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 56 min
P/S 3 / 7
1.70 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 56 min
P/S 7 / 14

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Quinoa19848 / 10

Black guys talking German

This film is not only the funniest film of the year (so far),but one of the best of the year (so far). Jim Carrey's comedy antics (not seen this good in 3 years) makes a come back thanks to the Farrelly brothers (Dumb and Dumber, There's Something About Mary) who make their 2nd collaboration. Here, Carrey plays a gentle police officer who gets screwed in life so many times, he grows a new personality that is incredibly bad.

Carrey plays 2 characters here- 1 (Charlie Baileygates) is a little funny, but the second (Hank) brings out one of Carrey's best performances yet. Renee Zelwegger is a good co-star for Carrey (coincidentally, Carrey dated Zelwegger off set just like how he dated Lauren Holly off set of Dumb and Dumber). The best scenes include the hilarious sex scenes, and Carrey's kids, who are straight A black guys who curse in every other sentence and yell German at each other. Split personality is at it's best here.

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle5 / 10

Jim Carrey and Renée Zellweger have chemistry

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.

Reviewed by mark.waltz8 / 10

You know his revenge is going to be good.

This delightfully crude comedy is the perfect revenge film for those of us who were too nice growing up who finally just had enough. That's just the first 20 minutes when we learn the hard facts of motorcycle cop Jim Carey's life, avoiding confrontation, losing his wife, being treated with disrespect in his community, and finally being diagnosed with a split personality. The only ones who respect him are his three loving sons who obviously aren't his.

He is sent out of town where he encounters runaway Renee Zelwegger, on the run from mobster Daniel Greene. It'll take a wacko like Carey's second personality to protect her when violence breaks out. They end up on a journey that combines the best of both sides of his persona, although he has an interesting way of stuffing a chicken, not to mention tenderize beef.

This is the type of comedy that you laugh at in spite of all its absurdities, slapstick that combines the styles of all the greats and utilizes Carey's often irritating ability to contort his face into odd positions to perfection. Rex Allen Jr. provides a fascinating narration, reminding me of the narration of those fabulous Disney documentaries from the 50's and 60's. The film goes all over the place as it starts off in one direction and moves to several others. But once you get the gist of what is going on, it's a sensational journey that requires a lot of popcorn.

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