• Gaticornio

    Watched by Gaticornio 19 Jun, 2016

    Sólo hay que decir "sí" cuando de verdad queremos decir "sí".


  • André Dick

    ★★★★ Watched by André Dick 20 Jun, 2016

    É interessante como alguns espectadores escondem de fato sua opinião sobre alguns filmes tratando-os como "prazeres culpados". A ideia de que existe um filme que não tem qualidades suficientes para a maior parte dos espectadores não significa, claramente, que seja destituído de qualidade. O público, em grande parte, pode estar equivocado. Um exemplo claro é desta comédia com Jim Carrey, tratada como um genérico em sua carreira, mas tão vital quanto outras que se transformaram em cults, como "Debi & Loide"…


  • Adrian Zachow

    ★★½ Rewatched by Adrian Zachow 19 Jun, 2016

    Watchable, but middling vehicle for Carey feels in a way linked to Liar Liar in that once again Carrey's character's behavior is restricted to a set of rules that set the story in motion - this time the inability to answer to any request with anything but a yes after an intervention with a self-help guru. Zooey Deschanel belongs in a better romcom than this but contributes some cool retro songs; Rhys Davis seems to steal scenes from right under Carrey's feet with his own brand of shtick.


  • Hannah

    ★★★ Added by Hannah

    Light. Not great but a nice watch (the Harry Potter scene kills me). It's like Liar Liar but...nicer? Like more positive, with more heart? Zooey Deschanel is quirky as usual and Jim Carrey yells alot and is often animated. It's funny but lacks the memorability (is that a word) of Carrey's other films. Better than Popper's Penguins, that's for sure.


  • Julius Grušas

    ★½ Rewatched by Julius Grušas 31 May, 2016

    1. Supporting cast
    2. soundtrack
    1. Jim Carrey's over acting didn't fit in
    2. Horrible script
    3. Unfunnny jokes
    4. Good premis but failed to build a movie around that premis
    5. The Tone
    6. The Direction
    7. Badly paced


  • MovieFan4Ever

    ★★★½ Rewatched by MovieFan4Ever 28 May, 2016

    Carl Allen is a closed off bank loan teller, who decides to attend a seminar hosted by Terence Stamp (yes, he plays himself) in which he is told he must say YES to everything in order to live a more complete life.

    Jim Carrey has always been known for his comedies, even though he has proven to be a pretty good dramatic actor, he always manages to come back to comedy. This is no different, here we get…


  • lalalaurenp

    ★★½ Watched by lalalaurenp 28 Dec, 2014




    Watched by LLFIN 02 Sep, 2013

    Jim Carrey is not one of my favorites with his rubber face and flexible limbs. However, I like Zooey deschanel, she saved the film. Momentarily funny, but nothing memorable. NO.


  • Dave Mello

    ★★½ Added by Dave Mello

    It just barely sticks its predictable conclusion.


  • BeachesandCream

    ★½ Added by BeachesandCream

    why would you devise a static solution to all your problems? sounds like a dumb way to go about life. oh it's just a movie? sounds like it isn't relatable to real life


  • Daan Janssens

    ★★★ Rewatched by Daan Janssens 15 May, 2016 1

    Waren de Letterboxd profielfoto's altijd al rondjes?
    En stond er altijd al een bliksemschichtje naast all activity?
    Wat is er gebeurd met de symbooltjes voor rewatched en review!??


  • Ben Shucksmith

    ★★★½ Rewatched by Ben Shucksmith 04 May, 2016