Watched two Jim Carrey movies this weekend.
The first was The Truman Show. I actually went to see it twice when it was in the cinema. It stayed with me for a long time afterwards.
There's barely a thing that I can find fault with really. It's so detailed and really well thought out, and this was before any Big Brother or Survivor show.
The part where he's standing in the road is so well played out and the bit at the end when he's banging at the wall always breaks my heart.
One of my favourite last lines of a film too, "What else is on?". My top favourite being, "I dunno. What are the hours?"!
The second was I Love You, Phillip Morris.
I've been dying to see this film since I first heard about it over a year ago. I thought any film with him and Ewen McGregor had to be good, and believe me it was.
Ewen McGregor was fantastic. I thought he played the character so amazingly well. I really felt that whatever emotion he had to show he was literally feeling it at that moment.
Carrey was good but definitely not his best movie in my opinion.
The best thing was the actual story. I would have been gripped no matter what way I heard it, weather it was reading it, hearing it on the radio or a friend telling me! Just incredible. And one of the best endings I've seen in a while.
Two thumbs up