Top 34 Best Jim Carrey Movies Of All Time

Top 34 Best Jim Carrey Movies Of All Time


This artist needs no introduction, but we’re going to give him one anyway. One of the most unforgettable and engaging comedians of our time, Jim Carrey has delivered a range of hilarious performances that has established its own distinct standard in the entertainment industry.


He was born James Eugene Carrey on January 17 (1962) in Newmarket (Ontario, Canada). Carrey is 61 years old (as of this writing). A “people’s favorite” actor with enough charm to stop anyone from doing what they’re doing and watch him be super-funny on screen, Carrey has proven to hold his own in the blockbuster crowd.


His time in stand-up, not to forget his many slapstick comedy moments over the years, has earned him a substantial global fan base. This Canadian-American’s iconic roles, almost alien versatility, unmatched performance energy, and enduring screen presence are worth celebrating anywhere anytime.


Let’s dive into the manifold movies that make Jim Carrey a comedy powerhouse.




1. The Mask (1994)


the mask (1994)


One mask does not fit all, as Jim Carrey expertly and hilariously proves when he transforms into this anti-hero. His performance is so stellar in The Mask that few among us can see anyone else playing this iconic character in our lifetime.


As lowly Stanley Ipkiss, Carrey gives a contrasting performance that elevates the titular character in empathic ways. The mask in question is an ancient object going back to Norse times.


According to fictional lore, it has connections to Loki, aka the God of Mischief. Stanley’s alter-ego certainly lives up to that name. As an original character, The Mask traces its popularity back to the 1995-1997 animated series which ran for two seasons on Cartoon Network.


Outstanding artists like Cameron Diaz, Peter Riegert, Peter Greene, Nancy Fish, and Reg E. Cathey add to the movie’s worth. Crime, thugs, action, comedy, and cartoon-crazy mischief galore make this Jim Carrey movie his most perfect over-the-top performance.




2. Dumb and Dumber (1994)


dumb and dumber (1994)


Two best friends Lloyd and Harry soon find themselves in quite the stitch. They embark on yet another hilarious misadventure, only this time the stakes are dangerously high. They find and attempt to return an abandoned suitcase to its rightful owner.


This takes them on a cross-country trip to Aspen, and in that iconic doggy car to boot. Along the way, the two idiots encounter danger from interested parties who are only too eager to kill them if it means getting their hands on the suitcase.


Meanwhile, Lloyd and Harry are completely oblivious to such perils, which they somehow avoid or survive through sheer stupidity. Jim Carrey as Lloyd and Jeff Daniels as Harry have become two of the most iconic comedy pair-ups fans have seen on-screen.


This story also includes notable artists like Mike Starr, Lauren Holly, Teri Garr, Victoria Rowell, Karen Duffy, and Charles Rocket.




3. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)


eternal sunshine of the spotless mind (2004)


Influenced by Sci-Fi and containing some serious romance flourishes, this poignant story captures Jim Carrey in a rare tragic light. Carrey takes on the role of Joel Barish opposite Kate Winslet.


His performance in this production definitively proves Carrey’s versatility as an actor. Other amazing artists in this movie include Tom Wilkinson, Elijah Wood, Mark Ruffalo, David Cross, Kirsten Dunst, Thomas Jay Ryan, and Gerry Robert Byrne.


The story is set in a future timeline where memories can voluntarily be erased from a person’s brain using highly specialized technology. The painless procedure is in great demand, mainly because it helps heartbroken people move on and find closure without being weighed down by a hurtful past.


The way Carrey manoeuvres this concept and captures the essence of what it means to be human is deserving of praise. Ironically, this is a movie fans will remember for years to come.




4. Liar Liar (1997)


liar liar (1997)


We’re not lying when we say this Jim Carrey movie is impossible to hate. A little fantasy and all comedy went into making this hilarious, and oddly meaningful, movie about a lawyer who literally loses his ability to lie for a brief time.


Carrey as Fletcher Reede is astounding and compelling in the role. He is not only ultra-funny but also emotional where it matters. Amazing artists like Maura Tierney, Jennifer Tilly, Justin Cooper, Cary Elwes, Jason Bernard, and Swoosie Kurtz further enrich the plot.


But, no two ways about it, Carrey is the highlight of the movie. He portrays a divorced father whose son makes a wish that comes true, the wish being that his lawyer-dad would tell the truth for once in his life.


Thus unravels a series of laugh-out-loud shenanigans in court the following day.



5. Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (1994)


ace ventura: pet detective (1994)


One of Jim Carrey’s most iconic roles came when he decided to take on the role of Ace Ventura. In this rib-tickling comedy, he brilliantly plays a goofy detective who does everything wrong but somehow eventually manages to solve the case at hand.


Carrey certainly delivers on the comedy angle. Ace Ventura could’ve easily been associated with the epic and misadventurous Inspector Jacques Clouseau. But Carrey gave it his own signature spin. As a detective specializing in animal welfare and rescue, Ventura is on the case of a missing dolphin that happens to be the star mascot of a popular Miami football team who’re prepping for the Superbowl.


Carry reprises his role in the just-as-hilarious 1995 sequel “Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls.”



6. How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)


How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)


This movie is a live-action remake of the enormously popular 1966 TV movie of the same name. The ’66 animated version is still beloved by millions, which made the year-2000 live-action version seem like a true challenge.


However, Jim Carrey is decked out in a full-body Grinch outfit and he gives his fans an unforgettable performance that is nothing short of brilliant. Praiseworthy talents like Taylor Momsen, Jeffrey Tambor, Christine Baranski, and a mixed-breed shelter rescue dog named Max add to the wonder and awe in this meaningful Christmas movie featuring the one and only Jim Carrey.



7. The Truman Show (1998)


The Truman Show (1998)


A humble insurance salesman gradually realizes that everything he knows about his life is a lie. To the world, however, he is the star of a grand and intricate reality TV show in which everything he does is live-streamed for all to see.


A touch of comedy and a world of meaning infuse this Jim Carrey movie with a wealth of allegories, not to forget conspiracies. Carrey’s role as Truman Burbank remains one of his golden performances to date.


He dials down the comedy and makes his character feel credible, natural, and empathic. Great artists like Laura Linney, Ed Harris, Noah Emmerich, Holland Taylor, and Natascha McElhone play key roles in this unnerving but entertaining Jim Carrey movie.



8. Man on the Moon (1999)


Man on the Moon (1999)


Capturing the soul of legendary comedian Andy Kaufman, Jim Carrey gives a cathartic and underrated performance in this outstanding biopic. Amazing artists like Danny DeVito, Gerry Becker, Bobby Boriello, Budd Friedman, Tom Dreesen, Leslie Lyles, George Shapiro, Melanie Vesey, Richard Belzer, and Jerry Lawler add to the drama and fun in this production.


Kaufman was known for being a self-declared inter-gender wrestling champion, of the world no less. He was beating women in the fighting ring and upsetting many people as a consequence.


Professional wrestler Jerry Lawler (playing himself) re-creates the time he actually challenged Kaufman to a bout. Lawler takes on Carrey’s version of the man in the movie. Plenty of real-life moments surrounding this, and other, incidents add to the worth of this biopic.



9. Yes Man (2008)


Yes Man (2008)


Imagine challenging yourself to say “yes” to everything that comes your way, regardless of the circumstances. This is precisely what Carl (played by Jim Carrey) does in the movie. His performance is funny but also surprisingly deep and emotional.


This is one of the handful of roles in Jim Carrey’s career that prove he can be more than just a comedian. Better yet, he can be both sad and funny in the same space.


Zooey Deschanel, Bradley Cooper, Fionnula Flanagan, Terence Stamp, Danny Masterson, Rhys Darby, and John Michael Higgins are some of the amazing talents in this rom-com.



10. Bruce Almighty (2003)


Bruce Almighty (2003)


Being a news reporter can be great but only if you receive a modicum of respect and appreciation. Bruce Nolan (played by Jim Carrey) has none of that. As a TV reporter in Buffalo, NY, Nolan grows increasingly disillusioned with everything in his life.


The time comes when he rages against god for making his life so miserable. Shockingly enough, god responds to Nolan and gives him a chance to wield divine power. Bruce accepts but his arrogance soon gets the better of him.


Crazy moments, especially of the miraculous kind, unfold along with comedies galore in this hilarious Jim Carrey movie. Outstanding artists like Jennifer Aniston, Morgan Freeman, Philip Baker Hall, Steve Carell, and Tony Bennett play key roles in this production.



11. Batman Forever (1995)


Batman Forever (1995)


Playing any character in a Batman film is a reward in itself. In this Val Kilmer starring, Jim Carrey gives a memorable, over-the-top, and crazy-good performance as one of Batman’s enduring villains, namely Edward Nygma, aka the Riddler.


The story is further enriched by outstanding artists like Tommy Lee Jones, Nicole Kidman, Chris O’Donnell, Michael Gough, Drew Barrymore, Debi Mazar, and Jon Favreau. In this tale, Batman goes up against Two-Face and Riddler after misunderstandings and life-changing transformations make it impossible to turn back time and prevent certain problems from happening in the first place.


The Riddler figures out Batman’s real identity as Bruce Wayne, adding to the reasons why the Caped Crusader has to stop this maniac before he does irreversible harm.



12. I Love You Phillip Morris (2009)


I Love You Phillip Morris (2009)


Jim Carrey plays a married man who is secretly gay. Carrey’s Steven Russell and Ewan McGregor’s Phillip Morris convey a compelling, comedic, and meaningful story. A car accident corners Steven into reassessing his life choices.


The incident instils in him a desire to live life to the fullest. He comes out of the closet and starts to lead an extravagant lifestyle, one filled with fraud and illegality.


After he is caught and sent to a penitentiary, he meets and falls in love with a soft-spoken prisoner named Phillip Morris. His devotion to the man reaches such wild extremes that Steven will do anything to be with Phillip, starting with breaking out of prison and running away with the man.


The cons that follow added to the kooky-crazy madness in this captivating but stereotyped Jim Carrey movie. Talented artists like Rodrigo Santoro, Leslie Mann, Brennan Brown, Michael Mandell, Annie Golden, and Antoni Corone play key roles in the story.



13. The Majestic (2001)


The Majestic (2001)


It was 1951 and Hollywood was building what would later be called its golden age. Jim Carrey beautifully plays screenwriter Peter Appleton, whom Hollywood blacklisted owing to suspicions of Communist association.


A car accident sees Appleton losing key memories. His girlfriend takes him to a small town named Lawson where he can settle down and recuperate. But Peter is soon mistaken for a long-lost son.


Lawson is also the place where many a family lost sons to WWII. Peter apparently holds a shocking resemblance to Luke Trimble, a soldier who was labelled MIA. A movie house named The Majestic helps bring Peter closer to key characters in this heartwarming script.


Great artists like Martin Landau, Bob Balaban, Hal Holbrook, Ron Rifkin, David Ogden Stiers, and Laurie Holden add to the suspense and drama in this multi-layered Jim Carrey movie.



14. A Christmas Carol (2009)


A Christmas Carol (2009)


One of the most classic movie staples during the Christmas season has always been the Charles Dickens story about a rich miser who has no care for the spirit of Christmas.


This superbly rendered 3D animated movie adapts the tale with exemplary attention to detail, down to the miserly Mr. Scrooge (voiced by Jim Carrey). Along with top-class talents like Gary Oldman, Colin Firth, Robin Wright, Cary Elwes, Bob Hoskins, Lesley Manville, and more, the team brings Victorian-era London to life and captures this timeless Dickens tale of self-redemption for modern audiences.


Hauntings, truths, allegories, and brilliant animation all work in this production’s favour. But most importantly, Jim Carrey steals the show by not just voicing Scrooge but also all of his character’s different ages, and the three apparitions – the Ghost of Christmas Past, the Ghost of Christmas Present, and the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come.



15. The Number 23 (2007)


The Number 23 (2007)


Jim Carrey slips once more into a super-serious role. In his capacity as dog-catcher Walter Sparrow, he takes fans through a strange and bewildering conspiracy involving the number 23. Walter grows interested in a literary character whom he believes is so like him that a numerology-obsessed alter-ego is born in his mind.


Before long, Walter Sparrow not only begins to search for the author but also finds himself re-creating portions of the book. This mystery-crime-thriller includes noteworthy artists like Virginia Madsen, Mark Pellegrino, Danny Huston, Logan Lerman Corey Stoll, Michelle Arthur, and Rhona Mitra.



16. Horton Hears a Who! (2008)


Horton Hears a Who! (2008)


In this exceptional animated movie adapted from the work of legendary children’s writer Dr. Seuss, Jim Carrey voices the titular Horton. His voiceover work lends immense credence to the main character, an elephant who hears a voice that soon leads him to discover a whole new village of teeny-tiny people in desperate need of help.


One speck of dust apparently contains the Whos of Whoville who are faced with an extinction event. Sadly, no matter how much Horton tries to get help from others, he ends up being seen as silly and delusional.


This movie perfectly captures the meaning behind one of its own core lines, “After all, a person is a person, no matter how small.” Other outstanding voiceovers come from brilliant performers like Carol Burnett, Steve Carell, Will Arnett, Seth Rogen, Amy Poehler, Niecy Nash, Isla Fisher, Jonah Hill, and Dan Fogler.



17. The Cable Guy (1996)


The Cable Guy (1996)


What happens when you reject the friendship of a lonely cable repair guy? Jim Carrey gives viewers the shocking answer in this crazy-corny movie about a cable guy who just about has it with one particular customer.


He finds in Steven Kovacs a man who leads an interesting life. So when Steven wants free cable and is willing to pay the cable guy money under the table to get it done, Carrey’s character is good with it.


But Steven later cuts off their growing friendship without an explanation. This prompts the cable guy to take revenge because he feels used and discarded. Psychology, mystery, and comedy all blend well in this captivating plot.



18. Simon Birch (1998)


Simon Birch (1998)


In this family-drama movie, Jim Carrey plays a relatively small role as the grown-up version of Joe Wentworth. The story portrays the friendship between Joe Wentworth (played by Joseph Mazzello) and Simon Birch (played by Ian Michael Smith).


Notable artists like Ashley Judd, David Strathairn, Oliver Platt, Dana Ivey, and Peter MacNeill play important parts in the production. This is a story about two very different people who grow to trust one another and learn much of what life has to offer.


Poignant events unravel and test the bond between Joe and Simon. It remains to be seen whether or not their friendship will survive such ordeals.



19. Fun with Dick and Jane (2005)


Fun with Dick and Jane (2005)


A rich couple ends up losing all their money through a sequence of mistakes that leave them little choice but to turn to a life of crime. Part of the problem is the mega-corporation where Dick Harper served as VP before it all came crashing down following a major scandal.


One thing leads to another, and both he and his wife Jane realize that the only way to avoid abject poverty is to do something illegal that they will most probably regret.


But these two are far from what anyone will consider ‘professional thieves’. The criminal couple at the heart of this comedy is Dick Harper (played by Jim Carrey) and Jane Harper (played by Téa Leoni).


Classic Bonnie-and-Clyde vibes merge with comedy in this amusing movie. Alec Baldwin, Richard Jenkins, Richard Burgi, Angie Harmon, and John Michael Higgins play key roles.



20. Me, Myself & Irene (2000)


Me, Myself & Irene (2000)


A cop with Dissociative Identity Disorder may sound strange, but Jim Carrey gives it a great comedic spin. He becomes both good cop and bad cop in this role where he portrays two personalities, Charlie and Hank, in one body.


The typically nice and mild-mannered Rhode Island state trooper turns confrontational when pushed too far. He is tasked with bringing back an alleged fugitive named Irene (played by Renée Zellweger).


Before long, they realize that corrupt policemen are on their tail but not for the right reasons. Anthony Anderson, Chris Cooper, Richard Jenkins, Robert Forster, and Tony Cox play key roles in this Jim Carrey comedy.



21. Sonic the Hedgehog (2020)


Sonic the Hedgehog (2020)


Jim Carrey gives an amazing performance as the epic Dr. Robotnik, who has long been a villain-favourite among gamers, especially those who have enjoyed the “Sonic” game franchise since its inception.


This movie is a loose adaptation of the little alien hedgehog’s adventures. Ben Schwartz admirably voices Sonic. Great artists like James Marsden, Tika Sumpter, Natasha Rothwell, Adam Pally, Lee Majdoub, and Neal McDonough add to the fun-funny madness in the script.


Carrey also reprises his role in the 2022 sequel. In this first instalment, Sonic’s very existence on Earth is threatened. Covert government agencies want Sonic for their own purposes. Dr. Robotnik is first in line to make sure he gets his grubby experiment-hungry hands on the little blue hedgehog known for its mind-boggling speed.



22. A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004)


A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004)


Carrey plays the weird and wacky Count Olaf to a compelling effect in this kooky movie that is based on the books and literary characters created by Daniel Handler. Jim Carrey fills this movie with a performance crazy enough to make several fans go read the books.


Jude Law, Liam Aiken, Emily Browning, Kara Hoffman, Shelby Hoffman, Timothy Spall, Catherine O’Hara, Luis Guzmán, Craig Ferguson, Jane Adams, Cedric the Entertainer, Jennifer Coolidge, Jamie Harris, and Billy Connolly further enrich the plot.


A fire accident kills the parents of three children who, after having become orphans and heirs to a large fortune, find themselves in the greedy custody of a distant cousin named Count Olaf.


The man’s stage acting career leaves him poor enough to eye the children’s fortune and he is willing to perform any manipulation to get his hands on their money.



23. Mr. Popper’s Penguins (2011)


Mr. Popper's Penguins (2011)


This simple and sweet family drama captures the life of a businessman named Mr. Popper (played by Jim Carrey) who inherits six penguins that eventually change his life for the better.


The man grows up as a lonely kid and, years later, fails to be unavailable to his own children. So when Mr. Popper’s estranged father sends him a penguin, which later sees the man accidentally ordering five more, little does the businessman realize that these wonderful creatures would end up helping him reconnect with his ex-wife and kids.


On one side, Mr. Popper transforms his apartment into a winter wonderland for his new bird companions, but on the other, his professional life starts coming apart. Enchanting artists like the late-great Angela Lansbury, Carla Gugino, Clark Gregg, Jeffrey Tambor, Philip Baker Hall, David Krumholtz, Madeline Carroll, and Ophelia Lovibond add to the movie’s worth.



24. Kick-Ass 2 (2013)


Kick-Ass 2 (2013)


The first movie was released in 2010 and became a crazy-good story appreciated by thousands of fans. The 2013 sequel sees Jim Carrey enter the script as Colonel Stars and Stripes.


He gives the word ‘heroic’ a comedic twist. The tale witnesses more and more people attempting to become caped and masked vigilante superheroes. As expected, they have their own supervillains to battle.


In this case, it is a group of baddies led by a man named Red Mist who wants nothing more than to get rid of the hero known as Kick-Ass.


Amazing talents like Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Chloë Grace Moretz, Donald Faison, John Leguizamo, Claudia Lee, Clark Duke, and Morris Chestnut add to the thrills and frills in this hilarious and certifiably strange superhero movie.



25. Dark Crimes (2016)


Dark Crimes (2016)


This crime-thriller sees Jim Carrey slipping into another serious role. A businessman gets killed, resulting in a murder investigation fraught with complexity and corruption. A novel soon becomes the key to solving the case because the author apparently wrote an eerily similar crime.


Jim Carrey plays a detective named Tadek and partners with Marton Csokas. Charlotte Gainsbourg, Kati Outinen, Vlad Ivanov, Robert Wieckiewicz, Agata Kulesza, Piotr Glowacki, Anna Polony, and Danuta Kowalska add to the suspense in this Jim Carrey movie.



26. Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (2022)


Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (2022)


Sonic has settled down in Green Hills. But Dr. Robotnik is not done with him yet. Sonic’s human friends Tom and Maddie leave on vacation. Whatever freedom Sonic thinks he has is soon ruined when Robotnik sends his newfound ally Knuckles to Earth.


The villains are in need of an emerald that can grant almost superhuman powers. Sonic teams up with Tails to stop them before they gain a power that can help them destroy entire civilizations.


The only way for Sonic to keep Robotnik away from the emerald is if he finds it first.



27. High Strung (1992)


High Strung (1992)


This comedy flick features Jim Carrey playing Death. Though his role went uncredited, he did good work in this captivating story about a cynical and unintentionally comical children’s book writer who experiences an atypical day in his life.


Thane Furrows (played by Steve Oedekerk) is that writer, and he goes on a strange ride that heralds something portentous at 8 o’clock that same day. Something big is coming his way, but that doesn’t stop Thane from ranting about all the things in his life that upset him.


Tom Wilson, Jani Lane, Denise Crosby, Fred Willard, and Kirsten Dunst add to the hilarity in this movie.



28. Earth Girls Are Easy (1988)


Earth Girls Are Easy (1988)


Romance and musical numbers complement this comedy in which an alien comes to Earth. The ET named Mac is played by the amazing Jeff Goldblum. He is one of three off-world visitors.


The Southern California girl in whose swimming pool they land, and whom later befriended, is Valerie, played by the incomparable Geena Davis. The other two aliens are Weebo, played by Damon Wayans, and Wiploc, played by the one and only Jim Carrey.


Notable artists like Michael McKean, Charles Rocket, Rick Overton, Larry Linville, and Julie Brown add to the fun and madness in this underrated movie. The story sees three aliens trying to learn about American culture through what they observe on TV. Add creepy seductions and corny twists to the mix, and this movie becomes a captivating comedy that remains funny to this day.



29. The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (2013)


The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (2013)


With his longtime stage partner having quit, a veteran Vegas magician tries to kickstart his solo career, but he meets with challenge after challenge. One of his most frustrating moments involves a street magician.


Steve Carell plays the lead as Burt Wonderstone. Jim Carrey, on the other hand, gives a notable performance as Steve Gray. Impressive artists like James Gandolfini, Olivia Wilde, Alan Arkin, Steve Buscemi, Jay Mohr, and Brad Garrett add to the amusement in this comedy flick.



30. Once Bitten (1985)


Once Bitten (1985)


A 400-year-old vampire Countess seeks a virgin’s blood to ensure she stays young. This comedy-fantasy movie captures some dark motivations. It also gives Jim Carrey’s character Mark Kendall an early-career chance to showcase his funny side.


He is the virgin whom Lauren Hutton’s character the Countess goes after. Talented artists like Cleavon Little, Thomas Ballatore, Stuart Charno, Karen Kopins, Jeb Stuart Adams, and Joseph Brutsman make this Halloween movie work in some ways.


All in all, this over-the-top Jim Carrey movie may not be the funnyman’s finest work, but it has its moments.



31. The Bad Batch (2016)


The Bad Batch (2016)


A touch of mystery and some horror-genre tropes pervade this movie where a young woman is kidnapped by cannibals and has to survive a desert dystopia in Texas. Jim Carrey plays a hermit in this story.


Other noteworthy talents are Keanu Reeves, Giovanni Ribisi, Yolonda Ross, Jason Momoa, and Suki Waterhouse. Emotional elements and survivalist tendencies set steady tones in this Jim Carrey movie.



32. Pink Cadillac (1989)


Pink Cadillac (1989)


Clint Eastwood and Bernadette Peters lead this story in which they play skip tracer Tommy and bail-jumper Lou Ann respectively. Jim Carrey is given a side role in this flick.


He plays a lounge entertainer named, well, James Carrey. Neo-nazis, counterfeit money, running from trouble, and a baby in need of help are important elements in this action-comedy flick. Good artists like Timothy Carhart, Geoffrey Lewis, Bill Moseley, and Michael Des Barres play important parts.



33. Finders Keepers (1984)


Finders Keepers (1984)


Lane Biddlecoff is one of Jim Carrey’s earliest career roles. In this comedy, he works with a range of memorable artists like Michael O’Keefe, Louis Gossett Jr., Ed Lauter, Pamela Stephenson, Beverly D’Angelo, Blu Mankuma, and Richard Newman.


Michael Rangeloff (O’Keefe) is a scam artist who is on the run not only from the fuzz but also from a female roller derby team. Rangeloff stows away on a train using a coffin as his cover.


By lying to all and sundry that he is really a soldier taking a dead war buddy back home, Lane adds to his risk-taking tendencies. Before long, the train ride turns into a hub of hilarity that is simply too corny for its own good, but worth watching once.



34. All in Good Taste (1983)


All in Good Taste (1983)


A filmmaker is enthused about shooting a beautiful script about an orphan and his pet dog. However, one thing leads to another and his heartwarming story gets warped and twisted into a grand misadventure that features strippers.


This weird story is also one of Jim Carrey’s earliest roles. In it, he plays a man named Ralph along with other artists like Jack Anthony, Nancy Kerr, Linda Rennhofer, Don Cullen, Patti Oatman, Joanne Kirwan-Clarke, James B.Douglas, Jack Creley, Jonathan Welsh, and Harvey Atkin.


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