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Dumb and Dumber To Review - Entertainment Weekly

EW: One of the brighter qualities of the works of the Farrelly brothers is how, even in the midst of profane unholiness and toilet humor, a sincere pathos often emerges. In 1994's smash hit Dumb and Dumber, Jim Carrey's Lloyd has such a moment, when he tearfully expresses to Jeff Daniels' Harry how he doesn't want to be a nobody anymore. It's an isolated bit of poignancy, notable not just for the touch of depth it provides, but also for how it foreshadowed the solid dramatic actor Carrey later became.

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WizzroSupreme2142d ago

Clearly HBO doesn't pay Mr. Daniels nearly, nearly enough.