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The Mask [Blu-ray]
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Jim Carrey and Cameron Diaz star in this '90s US comedy. After being thrown out of the Coco Bongo nightclub one sad evening, timid bank clerk Stanley Ipkiss (Carrey) happens across a powerful Norse mask in the river which transforms him into a wise-cracking, zoot-suited, green-faced superhero. With his new-found charm and powers, which include infinite malleability of his own body, Stanley chats up the gorgeous woman of his dreams, singer Tina Carlyle (Diaz), robs his own bank, outwits the cops and demolishes the local hoods. His extravagant nightly exploits attract the unwanted attention of Lt. Mitch Kellaway (Peter Riegert) and Tina's boyfriend Dorian Tyrell (Peter Greene), who is trying to exert his own control over the city.
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special effects. I still don't know how the film makers were able to create such amazing visual effects!
A must have for everyone.
The Mask itself is not the greatest, most realistic, plausible or even classically funny film around, by any stretch; the comedy is crass, and foolish, and outright silly in places, but as a young lad that's why I loved it so much. The main character is incredibly over the top, but Carrey makes this an asset because he suits the humour so well.
I would absolutely recommend this film to anyone who loves a laugh, and possibly enjoy the more childish humour of many of Carry's films.
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