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Dumb and Dumber [Unrated]/The Mask [Blu-ray]
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Dumb and Dumber [Unrated]/The Mask [Blu-ray]  (Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV)  (English)  1994 - Larger Front
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Ratings & Reviews

Overall Customer Rating:
4.7
97% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (115 out of 118)

Special Features

  • Dumb and Dumber Special Features:
  • Six minutes of footage not seen in theaters
  • Additional scenes
  • Alternate endings
  • Still Dumb After All These Years retrospective documentary
  • Deliriously dumb moments
  • Theatrical trailers
  • The Mask Special Features:
  • Commentary by Director Chuck Russell
  • Return to Edge City retrospective documentary
  • Introducing Cameron Diaz: color screen test
  • Cartoon Logic and What Makes Fido Run featurettes

Synopsis

The Mask
Hyperactive mayhem results when a mild-manned banker discovers an ancient mask that transforms him into a zany prankster with superhuman powers in this special-effects-intensive comedy. The wildly improvisational Jim Carrey plays Stanley Ipkiss, a decent-hearted but socially awkward guy who one night finds a strange mask. Carrey's trademark energy reveals itself after Stanley puts on the mask and the banker transforms into The Mask, a green-skinned, zoot-suited fireball. The rubber-faced Mask possesses the courage to do the wild, fun things that Stanley fears, including romancing Tina Carlyle (Cameron Diaz). In addition to Carrey's physical talents, the film makes effective use of digital visual effects that bestow the Mask with superhuman speed, insane flexibility, and popping eyes out of a Tex Avery cartoon. The larger narrative, involving the efforts of Tina's gangster boyfriend to destroy Stanley and use the mask's powers for evil, prove less interesting than the anarchic comic set pieces, including a particularly memorable dance number to "Cuban Pete." The film delivered enough laughs to become a surprise hit and, along with the same year's Dumb and Dumber, establish Carrey's status as a comedy superstar. ~ Judd Blaise, Rovi

Dumb and Dumber
Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels play the title roles (though viewers may find themselves debating which is which) in this genially low-brow comedy. Lloyd Christmas (Jim Carrey) and Harry Dunne (Jeff Daniels) are two intellectually-challenged best friends who share an apartment so messy that gangsters aren't sure how to trash the place; the guys also have a certain problem (not difficult to understand) holding on to jobs. Lloyd is working as a limo driver in Rhode Island when he picks up a beautiful and wealthy woman named Mary Swanson (Lauren Holly) who is being taken to the airport. Lloyd immediately falls head over heels in love with Mary, and when she leaves a briefcase at the airport, he's determined to return it in hopes of impressing her. Lloyd isn't able to get aboard Mary's flight (though not for lack of trying). Harry has a van decorated to look like a dog (to promote his failing dog-grooming business), and the pair hop in the Poochmobile to find Mary in Aspen. What Lloyd and Harry don't know is that the briefcase is full of money, which Mary deliberately left at the airport as a ransom payment to save the life of her kidnapped husband. Incidentally, Lloyd's chipped front tooth happens to be real; while Jim Carrey had the injured tooth capped many years ago, he thought a broken smile would suit Lloyd's character and had the cap removed for the duration of filming. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Jim Carrey
    Jim Carrey - The Mask/Stanley Ipkiss
  • Cameron Diaz
    Cameron Diaz - Tina Carlyle
  • Peter Riegert
    Peter Riegert - Lt. Mitch Kellaway
  • Peter Greene
    Peter Greene - Dorian Tyrel
  • Amy Yasbeck
    Amy Yasbeck - Peggy Brandt

Overall Customer Rating

4.7 (118 Reviews)
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