Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls 1995 Subtitles

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Overnight sensation Jim Carrey reprises his role as the eccentric detective in this follow-up to the runaway blockbuster Ace Ventura: Pet Detective. The sequel finds Ace on assignment in Africa to prevent a tribal war by saving a white bat sacred to both sides. Along the way, he nearly sleeps with a seductive African princess before her wedding, experiences astral projection with an enlightened...

Starring:
Jim Carrey,Ian Mcneice
Runtime:
1 hour, 33 minutes

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Genres Comedy
Director Steve Oedekerk
Starring Jim Carrey, Ian Mcneice
Supporting actors Tommy Davidson, Sophie Okonedo, Maynard Eziashi, Robert Gunton, Simon Callow
Studio Warner Bros.
BBFC rating Parental Guidance
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 48 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 4 Dec. 2000
Format: DVD
Ace is back! Ace Ventura, the antic animal sleuth with the gravity-defying hairstyle and the sanity-defying attitude, returns to the screen.
Relying on his wits and uncanny powers of detection, Ace is up to his usual tricks again only in Tibet. With the aid of some newfound animal and human friends, among them Ouda, the wise brother of the Princess, the ingenious Ace outmaneuvers a host of dangerous adversaries as he races against time to recover the sacred animal, with the fate of the Bonai Province.
This is another excellent film by Jim Carrey one not to be missed.
Well worth buying
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By The 90's Guy on 11 Oct. 2010
Format: DVD
Did you know that Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls is the only sequel to a Jim Carrey movie that Jim has actually appeared in? Apparantly the man is not too fond of sequels. But on this occasion he made a smart move hanging around for the second Ace Ventura movie, because When Nature Calls is a top sequel.

Ace Ventura (Jim Carrey) travels to Africa for his next assignment. Ace has been hired by posh gentleman, Vincent Cadby (Simon Callow) to find a bat that was stolen from a local African tribe's village. Assisted by Fulton Greenwall (Ian McNeice), Ace searches through the village for clues and questions all potential suspects, as he looks to solve the case before an inter-tribal wedding is due to take place.

The movie is mainly good in the jokes department. The first third is by far the best with the funniest jokes taking place then. The best of which is when Ace thrashes a Jeep through the jungle in a bid to get to the consulate quicker. The second third feels a bit slow, and although there are still many good jokes, they're not as good as the first third. But by the final third things begin to pick up again. The alligator wrestling and the final ten minutes of the movie are especially hilarious.

As you would expect Jim Carrey steals the show with his super cartoonish acting in both the physical and verbal departments. Everything he says and does in the movie he appears to have thought long and hard about how to present it; and believe me, he presents it in the funniest way possible. There are also solid performances by Ian McNeice, who plays the mild-mannered Greenwall, and Simon Callow, who plays the posh consulate owner, Cadby.

From the Cliffhanger parody, to the "Like a glove!" line, to the dart shooting, Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls is one great big laugh from start to finish. If you love slapstick comedy then this movie is a must-have.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Vonae on 23 Feb. 2011
Format: DVD
I quite liked Pet Detective - however this is much much better!

Quite dated now but still hilarious!

Plenty of one liners from Jim Carrey, as he bounds back onto the screen as Ace Venturer in a family fun comedy suitable for all ages.

A good storyline - and in my opinion much better than the Pet Detective original, Ace finds himself pulled from his new home in the mountains and off to the jungle to stop a tibal war - with many hijinx on the way.

Definalty recommended as one of THE films you have to watch in the comedy bracket - and you'll most likely realise where lots of commonly used one liners originate from
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Dave Cooper on 30 Oct. 2001
Format: DVD
If you liked the first one you'll love this one. Jim Carrey, arguably the funniest/zaniest actor of the decade delivers an hilarious performance as 'Ace' as he must strive to prevent War between two rival tribes by finding a lost Bat!! This is a laugh a minute with some classic Carrey moments...CHICACHA!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lord Anon on 29 Jan. 2013
Format: DVD
This is the interesting sequel to Ace Ventura: Pet Detective. We see Jim Carrey return with a weird second film. He is hilarious, but there are some tiny moments where he's a bit annoying. But apart from those moments, this is a good comedy. A praised animal has been stolen from an African tribe. It is Ace's job to find it. The only problem is he's afraid of it. The only animal Ace does not like is a bat. But he must put his fear behind him in order to find it. With appearances from Simon Callow and wonderful gags, this is a good sequel. My favourite part was when he wore a man on his shoulders to teach a fox wearing woman a lesson.
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The first Ace Ventura was possibly the movie that put Jim Carrey on the super stardom road(along with The Mask and Dumb And Dumber)and it was great to hear of a sequel and even if its not as funny and it does feel like a bit of a rehash in a new location this is still a great follow up and a simply magnificent portrayal from a star at the peak of his stardom.

The story is about the pet detective travelling to Africa and going on the hunt for a sacred white bat which can avert a war between two tribes but as soon as Ace arrives he himself comes close to causing a war with his near to insane behaviour setting everyone on edge.He goes there with explorer Fulton Greenwall(Brit actor Ian McNeice)who seems to always get Ventura out of scrapes.Vincent Cadby(brilliant Simon Callow)is the one who hires Ventura but may not be as he seems and as Ace learns the truth he gets his own back in spectacular style using all kinds of animals especially a elephant as well as a monster truck to help him.Can Ventura save the bat and help the tribes have peace or will his madcap ways lead to war with or without the bat.

The story to this as i said before can feel like a retread of the first film with the bat replacing the dolphin and just set somewhere else but if you look past this you get a very good follow up with Carrey's incredible energy and funny moments shining once more and is backed up by a top cast and some stunning locations and plenty of animals.
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