It’s been over 20 years since we last saw Harry and Lloyd (Jeff Daniels and Jim Carrey) in “Dumb and Dumber,” but the boys are back!
We can see from the first trailer for the sequel, “Dumb and Dumber To,” that things are just as raunchy and repulsive as the first one.
Don’t believe us? OK, then we hope your’e fine with a catheter being pulled out forcefully and a little … ahem .. old-person lovin.’
“Dumb and Dumber Too” will be released in theatres on November 14, 2014.
Gallery | 10 Mistakes in Jim Carrey Movies
- ‘Bruce Almighty’ (2003)
In “Bruce Almighty,” Bruce (Carrey) and Grace’s (Jennifer Aniston) dog, Sam, has a little bit of a peeing-all-over-the-house problem. In one scene, when Sam decides to relieve himself on his chair of choice, you can see a crew member’s (likely the dog trainer’s) hand in the righthand corner instructing the pooch on where to pee.
- ‘Ace Ventura: Pet Detective’ (1994)
When Ace is stuck in a mental institution (where, let’s be honest, he kind of belongs), he attempts to hide from an employee in a cardboard box. When the man leaves, he breaks out of it, essentially de-box-ifying the box. In the next shot, which shows Ace from the side, the box is miraculously still intact on two sides.
- ‘Batman Forever’ (1995)
In a scene in which the Riddler (Carrey) is kicking back in Two-Face’s (Tommy Lee Jones) lair, Riddler is holding a green tube in his left hand while telling Two-Face, well, a riddle. In the next, close-up shot, the tube magically transfers to his right hand.
- ‘Dumb & Dumber’ (1994)
Early on in this Farrelly Brothers classic, Lloyd (Carrey) gets his wallet stuck in a newspaper machine. In an establishing, close-up shot, we can clearly see that the wallet is, in fact, trapped. But, in the next wide shot, the wallet seems to have escaped all on its own!
- ‘Me, Myself & Irene’ (2000)
In “Me, Myself & Irene,” Carrey plays Charlie, a man with split personalities. When he loses his medication, his wild, slightly insane side, Hank, rears his ugly head. In one scene, Hank takes over and crashes a car into a barber shop. In the establishing shot, we can see that the two left headlights are intact. In the next shot, one headlight is all of a sudden missing.
- ‘Liar Liar’ (1997)
During Max’s (Carrey’s son in the film) birthday party, his mom takes out his cake, places it on the counter, and puts on his candles. While the cake was originally put directly on the countertop, after the candles are all in place, a glass plate magically appears under it.
- ‘The Mask’ (1994)
Towards the end of “The Mask,” adorable puppy Milo is trying to escape a villain and help rescue Stanley (Carrey). In one shot, we see said bad guy, a skinny blonde man with long hair, grab Milo’s hind legs. In a later shot, right before Mils puts on the Mask, we see the baddie again, except it’s a totally different guy this time! They could’ve at least put a wig on him.
- ‘The Truman Show’ (1998)
In “The Truman Show,” Carrey plays a man whose life is the subject of the most elaborate reality show in the world — only he doesn’t know he’s on it. His whole life is filmed and planned, and his neighbors, friends, and love interests are all actors. In one scene, Truman takes what he thinks is his high-school sweetheart to the beach. Soon after, her “father” comes to get her. There is a shot through the father’s button cam showing Truman backing away. But if you look at Truman’s shirt, you will see not one, but two human shadows. One is the father and the other is the “button” cameraman.
- ‘How the Grinch Stole Christmas’ (2000)
We all know the Grinch doesn’t have many friends, and to illustrate that the filmmakers responsible for 2000’s “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” made sure the Grinch’s mailbox at the Whoville post office was filled with cobwebs. The only problem? Continuity, people. In one shot, Cyndi Lous Who is shown standing in front of the Grinch’s mail slot, revealing that its empty, but cobweb-less. In a later, close-up shot, the webs appear.
- ‘Lemony Snicket’s a Series of Unfortunate Events’ (2004)
When Count Olaf (Carrey) is welcoming the Baudelaires he reaches out his hand for Violet. In the first shot, Olaf’s fingers are spread apart and his hand is curled. But, when the camera cuts to the kids, his fingers are clenched together and his hand is straight.
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