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    Unique ID Code: 0000018534
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    Added on: 1/6/2001 14:04
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    Me, Myself & Irene (UK)

    7 / 10
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    From gentle to mental
    Certificate: 15
    Running Time: 111 mins
    Retail Price: £19.99
    Release Date:

    Jim Carrey delivers a hysterical performance in this "fall-down, flat-out, irresistibly deranged movie" (Rolling Stone).

    Rhode Island state trooper Charlie Baileygates (Jim Carrey) proves that nice guys finish first after marrying the prettiest girl in town. But when she leaves him for another man, Charlie develops a split personality and his outrageous opposite, Hank, is born!

    Hank`s got a filthy mouth, a bad attitude and a short fuse. When Charlie falls crazy in love with the beautiful but wanted Irene, he must wage war, with himself, for the confused Irene`s affections.

    Special Features:
    Interactive Menus
    Scene Access
    Director`s Commentary
    2 Trailers
    3 TV Spots
    Music Video
    10 Deleted Scenes
    Music Video
    2 Easter Eggs

    Video Tracks:
    Widescreen Anamorphic 1.85:1

    Audio Tracks:
    Dolby Digital 5.1 English
    Dolby Digital Stereo 2.0 English

    Subtitle Tracks:
    CC: English

    Directed By:
    Peter Farrelly
    Bobby Farrelly

    Written By:

    Jerod Mixon
    Mongo Brownlee
    Anthony Anderson
    Renée Zellweger
    Jim Carrey

    Casting By:
    Rick Montgomery

    Soundtrack By:
    Pamela Withers
    Pete Yorn
    Tom Wolfe
    Lee Scott

    Director of Photography:
    Mark Irwin

    Christopher Greenbury

    Production Designer:
    Sydney J. Bartholomew Jr.

    Bradley Thomas
    James B. Rogers
    Kris Meyer
    Patrick Healy
    Clem Franek
    Marc S. Fischer
    Linda Fields
    Peter Farrelly
    Bobby Farrelly
    Mark Charpentier

    Executive Producer:
    Charles B. Wessler
    Tom Schulman

    Twentieth Century Fox

    Your Opinions and Comments

    8 / 10
    The Mask meets Mary in a very funny and entertaining movie. The third quarter is a bit slow down, but it returns to the normal pace after that. Carey is not overacting, video is very good, audio could make a better use of surrounds, extras are great. I won`t go deeper on the movie but anyone looking for a great time should, at least, rent this DVD, although I believe comedy fans would rather buy it.
    posted by José Azevedo on 12/10/2001 03:47