Ich, beide & sie (2000)

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Ich, beide u0026 sie: Directed by Bobby Farrelly, Peter Farrelly. With Jim Carrey, Renée Zellweger, Anthony Anderson, Mongo Brownlee. A nice-guy cop with Dissociative Identity Disorder must protect a woman on the run from a corrupt ex-boyfriend and his associates.

“Diagnosed with a split personality disorder, problems arise for a milquetoast cop when he forgets his medication while escorting a state witness in this road trip comedy from the Farrelly Brothers. As others have pointed out, the film is a little like u0026#39;Dumb u0026amp; Dumberu0026#39; but with Jim Carrey playing off himself (his other personality) rather than Jeff Daniels, and fans of the Golden Globe winning actor are likely to enjoy him strutting his stuff here. For the general film-goer though, this is a movie to approach with some caution. The film throws around some interesting ideas regarding assertiveness and expressing oneu0026#39;s feelings, but with an overload of exposition and such childish gags like uncontrolled urination and a chicken stuck where the sun does not shine, this is very much a mixed bag of a movie. The antagonists in the tale are not particularly menacing or memorable either, though as usual, the Farrellys get several memorable turns from the rest of their supporting cast. Michael Bowman shines in particular as a social misfit albino man who befriends Carrey. In a unique and interesting touch, the end credits also include stills of all bit players in the cast with arrows to identifying actors they are.”


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