Hank's got a filthy mouth, drinks like a fish, breaks skulls and loves dirty, dirty sex. So, the very thought of them joining forces to tell the story of a Rhode Island cop with split personalities, both in love with the same woman, seemed like a surefire success. This movie's crude and mean-spirited, despite some outrageous comedy; see it at your own risk. Mary offered likable oddball characters and even a bit of dramatic tension amidst its outrageous laughs. Unfortunately, Charlie has Split Personality Disorder, and when he runs out of his medication.
It should have been a winner, but it wasn't. Fischer, Clem Franek, Kris Meyer, J. Unfortunately, Charlie has Split Personality Disorder, and when he runs out of his medication. There are near-constant spewings of extreme, gratuitous profanity, much of it sex-related. Rather than veer from their established romantic comedy formula, they've recycled elements of their own earlier movies -- most notably Dumb and Dumber, which also starred Carrey -- and turn the vulgarity and the political incorrectness up to damaging proportions. There were good moments, but it all played a little dull, which is a strange thing to say about a movie that goes out of its way to offend.
Amidst the washed-out cinematography, the bodily waste humor, and the free-flowing obscenity, Renée Zellweger -- who ably starred alongside Meryl Streep and William Hurt in One True Thing -- is sadly out of place. Carrey gives the elastic performance one expects from him, but seeing him hold a little girl's head underwater and squat, pants down, on a neighbor's lawn, elicits far more groans than laughs. Hank insults and terrorizes people, causes bodily harm, and destroys property. After years of internalizing his frustrations, state trooper Charlie Jim Carrey has developed an alter ego: Hank, a police officer who is abusive and violent, and Charlie struggles to keep Hank under control. It's not bad time spent, but when it's finished, you can't help but think that it could have been a lot more than what it was. Sort of like the movie itself.
Since then, Carrey turned into one of the biggest stars in American cinema, and the Farrellys turned into masters of modern comedy with Kingpin and the peerless There's Something About Mary. Somehow, it all worked on paper but not in practice. A few nude rears one with a chicken sticking out of it and a mostly nude breast. Charlie is mild-mannered, hard-working, always helpful, and a devoted and loving father to three sons. Hank's got a filthy mouth, drinks like a fish, breaks skulls and loves dirty, dirty sex.
Sadly, the same thing is true about the film's soundtrack, which also has a great core idea -- modern artists covering classic songs -- but also fails to catch fire. Meet Charlie Baileygates, a 17-year veteran of the Rhode Island police force. Purveyors of crass gags and toilet humor have no trouble attracting moviegoers, especially when Jim Carrey's delivering the laughs. When Irene Renee Zellweger finds herself in legal trouble through a series of misunderstandings involving her ex-boyfriend, Charlie must escort her on a long drive to New York for questioning. Assigned to escort Irene Renee Zellweger to New York for questioning, Charlie and Hank compete over her -- for very different reasons. Meet Hank Baileygates Jim Carrey , Charlie's hyper-aggressive alter-ego. But co-directors and writers Bobby and Peter Farrelly suggest with their follow-up to the successful There's Something About Mary that they may well have hit a brick wall.
Charlie is mild-mannered, hard-working, always helpful, and a devoted and loving father to three sons. Charlie repeatedly shoots a cow that appears near dead. Me, Myself, and Irene also features Chris Cooper, Robert Forster, and Jessica Harper, as well as Anthony Anderson, Mongo Brownlee, and Jerod Mixon as Charlie's rotund, African-American sons. Charlie Carrey is a good-natured Rhode Island state trooper who likes helping people. Charlie can keep Hank at bay with medication, but just barely. Meet Hank Baileygates Jim Carrey , Charlie's hyper-aggressive alter-ego.
. Made by movie fans, for movie fans. A lot of punching and shooting. Here you will find unforgettable moments, scenes and lines from all your favorite films. After Charlie loses his medication, he and Hank wind up vying for her affections: Charlie wants Irene to marry him, while Hank has more brutal intentions. Rogers, Tom Schulman, Charles B. The production looks like it was made several years ago, then improperly stored until a willing distributor could be found.
There are graphic discussions about sex, with much waving around of a sex toy. But years of internalizing his frustrations about his work and his family have caused Charlie to develop an alter ego: Hank, an abusive, violent, sexually compulsive police officer. There are many mature themes: infidelity, divorce, police corruption, murder, and a serious bipolar disorder. 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. Cast: , , , , , , , Director: , Genres: Production Co: Twentieth Century Fox, Conundrum Entertainment Distributors: 20th Century Fox Keywords: , , , , , , , , ,. Irene's ex-boyfriend shoots Charlie's thumb. .